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Anind Dey and a Monopoly board help explain Net Neutrality with KING-TV.

This week at the iSchool

iSchoolers in the News

Dean Anind Dey appeared in a KING-TV segment on Net Neutrality. Dey and reporter Angela Russell discussed what Net Neutrality means and what’s at stake for everyone.

We caught up with MSIM alumnus Akshay Bhagwatwar. Since earning his degree in 2010, he earned a Ph.D., joined the faculty at Northern Illinois University, and then came back to Seattle to work at Amazon.

Susan Hildreth, our distinguished practitioner in residence, talked to Library Journal about her role at the iSchool and gave her thoughts on library science education.

Associate Professor Joe Janes tackled a thorny question in the librarianship world: Should the next American Library Association executive director be required to have an MLIS degree? He took on the topic in American Libraries magazine.

Associate Professor Ricardo Gomez is among the artists whose work is on display through April at the Shiva Gallery in New York. It’s part of the “Internalized Borders” exhibit on immigration, identity, detention and deportation.

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