In 2016, a man set fire to a library in St. Cloud, MN. Allister Chang had an opportunity to speak with Karen Pundsack, director of the Great River Regional Library System, to reflect on what the library learned from the… Read More
A.I., Big Data, and Manufacturing April 21 @ 10:00 am – 11:00 am The first CSI Technical Tuesday Lecture Series kicks off with a presentation on: Artificial Intelligence, Big Data, and Manufacturing The rapidly evolving field of artificial intelligence has grown beyond… Read More
SOIS 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/
UWM’s Spring Break will be from March 15th to March 29th. This two week period applies to ALL classes, whether originally onsite or online. As of March 29th, 2020, ALL SOIS classes will begin instruction in the online format –… Read More
Even though about 19% of the population experiences mental health issues, according to the National Alliance on Mental Health, there is still a stigma attached to mental health in some communities.
Shamim Pourdashti is a UWM senior majoring in information science and technology and pursuing a minor in computer science.
Dr. Maria Haigh, Associate Professor, UW-Milwaukee School of Information Studies and Dr. Thomas Haigh, Professor, UW-Milwaukee Department of History have co-authored a chapter, “Fighting and Framing Fake News” (Chapter 19) in the recently published collection on propaganda: The SAGE Handbook… Read More
Jessica Rardin, a graduate student in the UWM School of Information Studies (SOIS), has been named the Tyler S. Smith Intern at the UWM Libraries. Funded by SOIS and the UWM Libraries, the internship honors the memory of Tyler Smith,… Read More