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The Ph.D. in Information Science at CU Boulder is for students who want to not only imagine what today’s technology makes possible, but to invent new things society can do with technology. Whether conducting empirical investigations of existing technologies and cultures or designing and building new systems and approaches, students will work in an interdisciplinary, collaborative environment to address real problems and create an impact on our society.

Our research program is exceptionally strong in human-computer interaction, data science, and social and collaborative computing, and our faculty expertise covers a broad range of areas including crisis informatics, human-centered machine learning, technology ethics and policy, digital identity, education and learning, and more.



At a Glance

PhD in Information Science

  • In-person


Areas of Focus

  • Computing Education
  • Data Science
  • Data Visualization
  • Digital Humanities
  • Human-Computer Interaction
  • Information Ethics & Values
  • Misinformation & Media Literacy
  • Social and Collaborative Computing
  • Technology & Social Change
  • User Experience Design

Please join us for a brief introduction to our programs, followed by a Q&A.

We'd love to answer any questions you may have.



Want more information?

Visit our website: https://www.colorado.edu/infoscience/phd-2021


Contact Us

Casey Fiesler, Assistant Professor
casey.fiesler@colorado.edu

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Grandville, MI 49418
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