The seventh annual SC&I Public Speaking Competition was held on April 12th and involved 48 participants, the highest number of participants in the event’s history.
Books as Bridges: How Books for Children and Teenagers Can Speak Across Borders of Language, Nation, and Culture
Silent books are picture books for children that do not include words, so no language barriers impede understanding. During the month of May 2019 The Alexander Library will host the most recent collection of silent books. SC&I’s professor Marc Aronson will speak at the launch of the month-long event on May 2, 2019.
As a member of the Medical Advisory Board of the RWJ Fitness and Wellness Center, an affiliate of Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital, Senteio will play a vital role in providing support to patients and New Jersey communities.
Working with over 90 student-athletes at Rutgers, Rosenberg provides academic advising to the Gymnastics, Women’s Lacrosse, Women’s Golf, and Women’s Swimming and Diving teams. Learn more about how she spends her hectic days and discover the great advice she gives her students.
The Rutgers University Board of Governors has conferred the title of Distinguished Professor of Journalism and Media Studies, with tenure, to Lemish, effective July 1, 2019.
The eighth annual ITI showcase was held on May 1st, 2019 and explored new ideas in business, social welfare, education, and healthcare.
Former “Critical Issues in Sports Media” students and recent SC&I graduates Stephen and Kimball Ravyn Roy have been invited by FOX Sports University to attend the 60th annual National Sports Media Association Awards in Winston-Salem, N.C., from June 22 – 24, 2019.
The Organizational Communication Division of the International Communication Association has named Fu the recipient of this prestigious annual award for her dissertation that Fu said, “marks the introductory step in communication research to studying social innovation to leverage the potential of organizations to tackle grand challenges.”
The Rutgers University Board of Governors has conferred the title of full Professor, with tenure, effective July 1, 2019, to Associate Professor Itzhak Yanovitzky.
The International Communication Association honors SC&I’s Dean Jonathan Potter for his distinguished contributions to the field of communication and his service to education.
SC&I’s new non-credit certificate program, Digital Asset Management (DAM), is perfect whether you are a seasoned professional already working in the information field, or you are interested in a career change.
From July 1 through Dec. 31, 2019, Professor of Communication Lea Stewart will serve as acting chair of SC&I’s Department of Communication while Craig Scott, the current chair, is on sabbatical. Read about Stewart’s goals for the next six months here.
The New Jersey Library Association and the Bergen County Cooperative Library System have both awarded scholarships to Master of Information student Gavin Godbolt.
Grasso, a part-time lecturer at SC&I who taught public relations courses for 21 years, died on Saturday, June 15. He will be dearly missed as a beloved colleague, friend, professor, and mentor to thousands of Rutgers students.
Lane's book is the first to capture the lives of the same people and events as they move between the streets and social media, as well as the first book to show how the digital life of a neighborhood impacts black teenagers.
In their new book, “Interactive IR User Study Design, Evaluation, and Reporting,” Liu and Shah conducted a systematic review of state-of-the-art interactive information retrieval (IIR) research papers and developed a new faceted framework for supporting user study design, reporting, and evaluation.
Making history while working toward a better future at Rutgers: SC&I’s John Oliver ‘85 takes on historic role as the first staff member to serve as Chair of the University Senate.
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The NSF-Funded 2019 CSST Summer Research Institute Boosts Emerging Scholar Development in Sociotechnical Systems and Critical Informatics Research
The NSF-funded 2019 Consortium for the Science of Sociotechnical Systems (CSST) Summer Research Institute, to be held at Rutgers on June 18-22 2019, will connect late-phase doctoral students and emerging scholars with senior scholars in sociotechnical systems and critical informatics research fields, providing substantive learning and research coordination networking opportunities to advance their work.
In the age of high-tech electronics many kids spend about half their visit with grandparents watching videos or playing with apps
A new book, written by SC&I’s Richard Dool and a team of Gen Z authors, “How Generation Z Wants to Be Led,” released today by Amazon, provides a blueprint for leaders of the Gen Z workforce.
Joyce Valenza, Assistant Teaching Professor of Library and Information Science at SC&I, has been a librarian for over 40 years, and has recently been recognized by two distinguished library associations.
Zack Morrison ’14 Wins Best Comedy Series at the 39th College Television Awards for “Everything’s Fine: A Panic Attack in D Major”
Morrison, who submitted Everything’s Fine as his master’s thesis at Columbia, was already an award-winning filmmaker while he was an undergraduate at Rutgers majoring in Journalism and Media Studies at SC&I. Read about the latest award he has received, for his comedy portraying a young woman’s anxiety through song and dance.
Kyrah Arthur, who graduated in May, 2019 with a Bachelor’s degree in communication from SC&I, was recently awarded a $28,000 scholarship to pursue a master’s degree at the Annenberg School of Communication at the University of Southern California.
MI Alumnus Marvin Edmond ‘19 speaks with SC&I about his career as a Data Engineer at Cognizant, his previous role as a Data Engineer at New York Magazine, and why he credits SC&I’s faculty and professional network for his success.