Papers, events, and projects that highlight the Black community
17 students from across programs have been recognized for excellence in their work and studies.
Frank Burke (seated) at the July 4, 1969 ceremony on the Constitution Avenue steps in Washington, D.C.
David McCartney and James Petersen founded the Dr. Frank G. Burke Endowed Graduate Research Award
Can a community barbeque be more beneficial to citizens than learning computing skills?
photo by Rebecca WilsonCamille Rogers
What was a safe place during his childhood is now a place that has become his career path.
Photo by matthew Feeney on UnsplashHayleigh Moore
Dr. Paul T. Jaeger co-authored “Foundations of Information Literacy,” the first book to offer frameworks for tackling information literacy and di …
Image courtesy of the Association of Jewish LibrariesHayleigh Moore
How Jewish ethics and law can be applied to new technological discoveries of the online environment, the arts, and more.
Creating first-person, virtual reality experiences to enhance empathy and address growing issues in the caretaking industry.
Students can now graduate with a B.S. in Information Science and a M.S. in Library and Information Science in just five years.