Please join us as we celebrate the School of Information Studies 50th Anniversary during the Annual WLA Conference! All past and present SOIS Alumni, Students, Faculty, Staff and Friends are invited to attend. Wednesday, October 26, 2016 5:30pm – 8:00pm… Read More
The School of Information Studies ranks 4th Internationally and 2nd in the U.S./Canada in contributions to LIS Literature. Check out our most recent faculty publications and learn more about the diverse research initiatives at SOIS. Visit: https://www.uwm.edu/informationstudies/research/resources/faculty-staff/
In the Spring Semester the SOIS Research Committee hosts the Student Research Conference. Students are invited to submit paper proposals based on their research papers, critical literature surveys or designed research projects. Students may also submit poster proposals to share… Read More
We invite students, faculty, staff, alumni, donors and members of the School of Information Studies community to join us in Celebration of the Schools 50th Anniversary. Please join us and help us mark this milestone!
UW-Milwaukee, School of Information Studies ranks 4th internationally and 2nd in the US/Canada in department contributions to library and information science (LIS) literature (2007 – 2012) as reported in a recent study in the Journal of the Association for Information… Read More
Health care professionals may soon have a new tool to help treat patients – a pocket-sized technology created by teams from the Medical College of Wisconsin and UW-Milwaukee.
Jessica Gilmore was a “guinea pig,” part of the high school class of 2000 who were warned in kindergarten that they would be the vanguard in a new world of computers. She had her first of many computer classes at… Read More
CIPR Director, Dr. Michael Zimmer, has launched a new project called “The Zuckerberg Files“, a digital archive of all public utterances of Facebook’s founder and CEO, Mark Zuckerberg. It includes transcripts and bibliographic data of all publicly-available content representing the… Read More