Free, virtual women’s suffrage exhibits compiled in honor of Women’s History Month and the 100th Anniversary of the 19th Amendment.
Jesse Anderson, College of Information Studies (left); Veeraj Shah, School of Public Health (right)
Anderson and partner Veeraj Shah’s startup nonprofit organization, Chat Health, will be showcased as the competition continues through April 2021 …
To increase female-identifying and non-binary students graduating with a tech degree at UMD by 12.5% in the next 5 years.
Alumni Spotlight: How iSchool Alumnus Helps Businesses Innovate and Adapt Using Transformational Tech – Brandon Turp BSIS ‘18March 2, 2021 | UMD iSchool Staff
The desire to help modernize businesses’ infrastructure by implementing the next generation of disruptive technologies led Brandon to pursue hi …
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.
Data shared by 30M+ Facebook users world-wide will enable earlier detection of COVID-19 outbreaks, help communities to prepare, inform policymak …
The annual Grace Hopper Celebration brings together 30,000+ women in tech from across 115+ countries.
As a summer intern at the Library of Congress, Sarah Patrick transformed a print resource into an interactive digital experience.
Would you make a good Information Detective? Explaining the career of an Open Source Intelligence Professional, featuring Mary Ann FrancisJune 12, 2020 | Mary Ann Francis
Have you ever wondered about privacy and the data that operating systems, search engines, and social networks collect about you?