Information Science

2016 INFO Showcase

Information Science students to present work at INFO Showcase

April 18, 2017

After a full semester of hard work, students from across all Information Science courses will present their projects and research at the annual Information Science Showcase . Students will display work on topics including: interaction design, information visualization, computational reasoning, ubiquitous computing and more. The event will be held on... Read more »

Announcing CMCI's Graduate Student Association

Jan. 17, 2017

The graduate student body of CMCI has officially formed a student association to support the needs of CMCI graduate students.Read more »
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Center for Environmental Journalism seeking 2017-2018 fellows

Jan. 3, 2017

Each year, five exceptional journalists are awarded a Ted Scripps Fellowship in Environmental Journalism. Applications are now being accepted for the 2017-2018 fellowship.Read more »
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CMCI joins newly created Google News Lab University Network

Dec. 2, 2016

Professors and students are about to get a new level of support when using Google apps in their work. CMCI is part of the newly created Google News Lab University Network.Read more »
Leysia Palen

Leysia Palen discusses the data of disasters in top scientific journal

July 15, 2016

Palen, Chair of the Department of Information Science, published a policy article in the journal "Science" discussing the challenges and promises of using social media data to study disasters.Read more »
Danielle Szafir

Szafir Receives Grant for Data Analysis on Mobile Devices

May 18, 2016

An Assistant Professor of Information Science is one of 23 grant recipients of the CU-Boulder Innovative Seed Program, which supports CU faculty members engaged in new and exciting areas of research and creative work.Read more »
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Research: CHI 2016 papers explore human-centered computing

May 9, 2016

Five CMCI researchers are presenting papers at the top conference in the field of human-centered computing. From gamification to death on Facebook, here are short summaries of their research.Read more »
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Information Science helps run Colorado NCWIT Aspirations in Computing Event

April 25, 2016

Faculty in the Department of Information Science and ATLAS joined the ongoing effort at the University of Colorado Boulder to run the awards event for the Colorado NCWIT Aspirations in Computing Award, now in its seventh year. The event is sponsored by the National Center for Women in Information Technology (NCWIT).Read more »

Four New Faculty Members Join the Department of Information Science

April 19, 2016

Four new faculty members will be joining the Department of Information Science in the College of Media, Communication and Information in fall 2016, reflecting a wide range of expertise that includes the historical investigation of information technology and its application to policy; the discovery and advancement of new techniques for... Read more »
Michael Paul

Paul quoted in Washington Post article on e-cigarettes and social media

Feb. 24, 2016

Michael Paul commented recently in a news article about the risks and benefits of using Twitter data to track the use of e-cigarettes.Read more »

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