Exhibition Blurs the Boundaries of Art and Science


Scientific research often produces images so stunning they could be considered art, and works of art can mirror the beauty of the microscopic world of biomedical research. This mutual inspiration is the subject of an exhibition, Spark! The Heart of Art and Science, which explores how artists and scientists strive to expand our knowledge of the world around us. Read more


Roberts honored with Garfield Dissertation Fellowship


GSLIS PhD student Sarah T. Roberts has been honored with a 2012 Eugene Garfield Doctoral Dissertation Fellowship from Beta Phi Mu, the International Library and Information Studies Honor Society. Up to six recipients are selected each year for this prestigious award, a national competition among doctoral students who are working on their dissertations. The amount awarded for each fellowship is $3,000. Read more


Summer Session Offers Broad View of Research and Careers in Education for Undergrads


Undergraduates from across all disciplines are encouraged to explore what the Graduate School of Education & Information Studies (GSE&IS) has to offer during Summer Session. Associate Professor of Education Robert Cooper says that taking a Summer Session course will greatly enrich the lives and learning of those who are exploring a future career as teachers and/or school administrators. Read more