Why My iPhone Crashed – Pranked by That Curious Code

Why My iPhone Crashed - Pranked by That Curious Code

There is nothing much worse than your phone dying when you need it most. But how about having it crash - when ...

Day of FiTS: Students Filling In Each Others’ Knowledge Gaps

Day of FiTS: Students Filling In Each Others' Knowledge Gaps

iSchool Graduate Students ended the year on a great note with the Day of FiTS. FiTS, or Filling in The Spaces, is ...

Being An EntreTech Student…A Day in That Life

Being An EntreTech Student...A Day in That Life

(Editor's Note: James Enwright is one of the students attending the one-week immersion course,  EntreTechNYC, where each day, the class visits a ...

Company Culture and Fit – Learning from EntreTech

Company Culture and Fit - Learning from EntreTech

(Editor's Note: Jack Bambach is one of the students currently on an immersion course in entrepreneurship, visiting tech companies in New York via ...

Day of FiTS presenters

Day of FiTS presenters

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| May 13, 2015

Ace Your EntreTechNYC Trip: Top 5 Do’s and Dont’s

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(Editor’s Note: Sudan Zhuang, one of the students taking the NYC entrepreneurship  immersion course, #EntreTechNYC, contributed this post for Information Space. The School of Information Studies course visits a range of startups and established entrepreneurial ventures, and takes place all this week. Sudan is a freshman student in the iSchool’s Information Management and Technology undergraduate program. Her hobbies are → Read More

| May 13, 2015

Buzzfeed vs. Mashable: Comparing Company Cultures

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(Editor’s Note: A group of Syracuse University students is taking the School of Information Studies-hosted annual #EntreTechNYC immersion course, visiting a variety of startups each day this week in New York City. Guy Costalas is among them, and he created this post to reflect his findings from the trip. Guy is senior at the iSchool → Read More

| May 12, 2015

EntreTechNYC – A Life-Changing Experience

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  (Editor’s Note: This post was written by Jesse Krim, one of the students taking the NYC entrepreneurship  immersion course, #EntreTechNYC, through the School of Information Studies at SU this week. Jesse is a sophomore Information Management and Technology major. He works at SIDEARM Sports providing streaming support, and is involved at SU in Alpha Epsilon Pi, Entrepreneurship → Read More

| May 7, 2015

NEXIS Lab Recap: A Look at Students’ ‘Future’ Projects

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The student-run technology lab NEXIS had its end of the semester tech demo to end the school year recently in the ICEBox space at Hinds Hall. The event was labeled ‘Future Wednesday’ (a play off of the name the group usually uses–‘Future Friday’), and showed off the work the students have been dedicating their time to for → Read More

| May 5, 2015

Escape Rooms and ‘5 Wits': Using Immersive Adventure to Transpose Perceptions

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(Editor’s Note: This is a guest post written by Sarah Bratt, an alumna of the School of Information Studies master’s degree program in Library and Information Science.)  “Scholarship in action has never been so literal,” I thought as I crawled on my hands and knees from the throne room of Castle Drago, an interactive adventure → Read More

| May 1, 2015

Oh, the Places You’ll Go! Lessons from an (almost) White House Visit

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If you had asked me four months ago, I never would have believed that a class project I began for Professor Lee McKnight’s Information Policy Class (IST 618) would result in a meeting with senior policy officials at the White House. But that’s exactly what happened. Well, technically the meeting was next door to the → Read More

| April 29, 2015

A Nexus of Student Research – and One NEXIS Lab Student’s Path

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The NEXIS student research lab occupies a place of pride at the iSchool, enabling students to pursue special projects in an unconventional setting. Many students are quick to associate this facility with the emerging technology that it houses and the educational seminars that NEXIS members frequently host. Yet sometimes, people have trouble in comprehending the → Read More

| April 27, 2015

NEXIS Student Technology Lab Hosts Demo Showcase Wednesday

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Have you dreamed about flying a drone or walking through a virtual world? You might get to do those things at Syracuse University this week. This Wednesday, the NEXIS student research lab is hosting an open house–and its “Future Wednesday” technology showcase–at the School of Information Studies (iSchool). The event takes place from 1:00 to → Read More

| April 27, 2015

The It Girls Alumnae Group and Women in Computing at NYCWiC

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Syracuse was the host city recently for NYCWiC, the New York Celebration of Women in Computing‘s annual conference. This conference was for women from across the state to present various IT-related topics through poster sessions, research presentations, panels, workshops, and other great activities providing excellent opportunities for networking and professional growth. Schools and organizations from across → Read More

| April 24, 2015

5 Things To Do This Summer If You Don’t Have An Internship

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Students: if you’re freaking out because you’re summer plans aren’t set yet, take a deep breath and realize you are not the only one. Whether you have been applying to internships for months, or if you’ve just started, here are some things to do right no–and throughout the summer–to set yourself up for success. 1. Keep Looking → Read More