Library and information studies, youth services, and information systems are among programming areas to earn top-five rankings.
To increase female-identifying and non-binary students graduating with a tech degree at UMD by 12.5% in the next 5 years.
George Mason & University of Maryland to Leverage 311 Data for Increased DMV Resilience During a PandemicFebruary 26, 2021 | Press Release
Funded by the NSF, the team aims to provide tools to governments to better respond to regional disasters and crises.
Alumni Spotlight: A Visionary in the Valley: An Alumna’s Journey to the Globe’s Center for Tech Innovation – Solace "Lacey" Arevalo-Sabado, HCIM ‘19February 9, 2021 | iSchool News
Solace “Lacey” Arevalo-Sabado, HCIM’19, held an unflinching dream to make a name for herself in arguably the nation’s most recognized tec …
The Associated Press: Despite Promise, Few in US Adopting COVID-19 Exposure Apps, featuring Jessica VitakDecember 9, 2020 | iSchool News
Dr. Jessica Vitak explains why Americans have been hesitant to use COVID-19 contact tracing smartphone tools.
The annual Grace Hopper Celebration brings together 30,000+ women in tech from across 115+ countries.
Funded by a $5M NSF Grant to develop more effective workforce training methods using augmented, virtual, and extended realities.
Dr. Jonathan Lazar, recipient of the ACM SIGACCESS Award for Outstanding Contributions to Computing and Accessibility, pictured lecturing on digital accessibility at the UMD iSchool (photo by Craig Taylor)Mia K. Hinckle
As a leader in the development of and advocacy for accessible information technology, systems, and research – the UMD iSchool is represented br …
Dr. Jonathan Lazar Delivering a Lecture on Digital Accessibility
Dr. Jonathan Lazar was named the winner of the 2020 ACM SIGACCESS Award (Special Interest Groups on Accessible Computing) for Outstanding C …