Slusser tells SC&I about the many ways she is applying the skills and knowledge she is gaining as a JMS major to her life as a full-time student, the Editor-In-Chief of The Daily Targum, and an intern at The Lenfest Institute.
New research by Assistant Professor Shagun Jhaver suggests users of toxic online communities on social media platforms that are sanctioned for their dangerous content don’t stop posting, they just move to standalone, non-moderated websites where they can become more toxic and ideologically radical, and thus potentially cause even more harm to society.
The School of Communication and Information’s iSchool faculty and students will participate in the 84th annual meeting of the Association for Information Science and Technology (ASIS&T), scheduled from October 29 – November 2 in Salt Lake City, Utah.
The transformation of the twentieth century communications system to a digital format and its impact on the public, media organizations, and democracy is the subject of a new book by Professor John Pavlik.
Ortiz has pursued her goal to become a sports journalist since high school, and as an outstanding Journalism and Media Studies student, past intern for the MLB Network, and Head Sports Editor at The Daily Targum, her chance to interview Warren is another opportunity she has both earned and seized at Rutgers.
The newly revised edition of “A Guide for Leaders in Higher Education: Concepts, Competencies, and Tools, Second Edition” highlights the need for leaders and aspiring leaders in higher education to “think broadly about the purposes of higher education and the dynamics of organizational excellence, and to apply these insights effectively in goal setting, planning and change leadership,” and more.
The award from the Radio-Television News Directors Association included a $2500 prize and and an invitation to Han to attend the RTDNA annual conference in Denver. Han said at the conference he met so many talented journalists he returned home “re-energized and motivated to go out and do great reporting.”
The new online SC&I Store has just opened! It’s the only place to find SC&I-branded merchandise to show your SC&I pride and shop for the perfect gift for SC&I students, alumni, and supporters (including the dogs) in your life.
The Association for Library and Information Science Education (ALISE) named Maria Ortiz-Myers ‘16 a recipient of the “Doctoral Student to ALISE Grant.” This enabled Ortiz-Myers to attend the 2021 ALISE Conference.
Monica Barudin, Content Strategist at CVS Health, explains how the Digital Asset Management (DAM) Program provided her with a greater understanding of the intersection between digital content and the technology behind it, and how the knowledge and networking opportunities she gained through the DAM Program have boosted her career.
Explore information science-related careers in the setting you’re most passionate about at INFOCon 2021, a multi-day (Tuesday, October 19, 2021-Thursday, October 21, 2021) virtual event that showcases the breadth and depth of information professions!