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Nemer Recognized as Champion of Diversity and Inclusion in the Human-Computer Interaction Community

David Nemer, assistant professor of information communication technology

SIS Talks 2018


SIS Talks, Spring 2018

Proferes' Publication Suggests Best Practices for Researchers Using Twitter Data

Nicholas Proferes, assistant professor of information communication technology in the School of Information Science, a part of the College of Communication and Information at UK, along with lead author, Casey Fiesler, assistant professor in the Department of Information Science at University of Colorado Boulder conducted an exploratory study that surveys Twitter users’ perceptions of the use of tweets in research. 

Nemer, Author of Favela Digital and ICT Professor to Speak at Harvard and Georgia Tech

David Nemer, Assistant Professor of Information Communication Technology

Human-Computer Interaction Designer Toombs' Lecture on Everyday Care in Sociotechnical Communities

Austin Toombs, Assistant Professor at Purdue University

Oltmann published in Library Quarterly


Dr. Shannon Oltmann (Assistant Professor, Library Science) has published two articles in the journal Library Quarterly.

Two SIS Faculty Acknowledged for Research Productivity in the Communication Field


Brandi Frisby and Jessalyn Vallade are faculty in the School of Information Science at the University of Kentucky. 


University of Kentucky’s iSchool Receives IMLS Funding to Investigate Storytimes for School Readiness

Sept. 20, 2017 (Lexington, KY) - The University of Kentucky was awarded more than $350,000 in grant funding by the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) to investigate public library storytime programs’ support of school readiness of young children.

Proferes Publishes New Study on Ethics in Social Computing Research

Nicholas Proferes is an Assistant Professor in the Information Communication Technology program at UK SIS. 

UK SIS Welcomes Nine New Faculty

The School of Information Science at the University of Kentucky is pleased to announce the addition of nine new faculty members for the 2017-2018 academic year. The new hires include three tenure-track faculty based primarily in the Information Communication Technology Program, one new visiting faculty member in the Library and Information Science program, and five faculty lecturers in its Instructional Communication and Research division.


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