SOIS Senior Lecturer Matt Friedel makes an appearance in this CBS58 News Special Report on battery life. Check it out! Also watch for Matt on Feb.19th @ 10pm when he talks internet privacy!
SOIS undergraduate and graduate students (including Ph.D students) will showcase their research work at the annual Student Research Day – April 26th. Participation will take the form of papers and posters based on students’ course projects or professional research work.
On December 2, 2018, Dr. Tomas A. Lipinski was honored with the 2018 GreyNet Award for his work in the field of grey literature at the GreyNet Annual Award Dinner in New Orleans. Dr. Lipinski is the most recent recipient… Read More
“UWM helped transform me from an English major working in a library and set me on a successful career path,” says Ellen Waite-Franzen ’77. “I had mentors here who encouraged me, and I feel like UWM is where it all… Read More
SOIS alumna Karen Pundsack (MLIS ’13) has authored a brief essay, “Teens and Social Media: Studies Show Shift in Platforms and Preferences” in the 2018 November/December issue of Public Libraries Magazine. In the essay, Karen compares two recent studies on… Read More
For Immediate Release December 2018 • Milwaukee, WI Contact: Dr. Laretta Henderson email@example.com | 414-229-3055 The United States Board for Books for Young People (USBBY) has selected author Jacqueline Woodson and illustrator Allen Say as their nominees for the 2020… Read More
Matt Friedel, Senior Lecturer and co-founder of the Disruptive Technologies Lab at the UW-Milwaukee School of Information Studies, teamed up with two local high schools during Hour of Code events to celebrate the growing field of information technology and computer… Read More
Many nonprofits run on a shoestring budget. At the same time, they need technology to help communicate their mission to the public and those who need their services. Coming to the rescue of these groups is the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee’s… Read More
By Nick Williams – Reporter, Milwaukee Business Journal Graduates and upper level undergraduate students at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee will be able to build their own blockchain technology that can be used to transact cryptocurrency, a form of digital currency, following the recent… Read More
The School of Information Studies – Disruptive Technologies Lab (DTL) held an informal event on November 15th for UWM students and guests to learn more about Blockchain and how to build a Cryptocurrency. The group discussed the DTL’s recently obtained… Read More