Kelly is New Director of School of Information Sciences
Diane Kelly, an internationally known information sciences scholar, is the new director of the University of Tennessee School of Information Sciences (SIS). She begins on August 8. A professor in the School of Information and Library Science at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Kelly’s research and teaching interests focus on interactive information search and retrieval, information search behavior, and research methods. Find out more
SIS Granted Continuing Accreditation by ALA The American Library Association’s (ALA) Committee on Accreditation has granted continued accreditation status to the School of Information Sciences’ Master of Science in Information Sciences (MSIS) program. Find out more
2015 CCI Annual Report Released CCI’s newly released Annual Report recaps the major events and achievements of CCI students, faculty and alumni during calendar year 2015. “The Annual Report allows us to share the progress CCI made during 2015 with our alumni and friends in an exciting interactive format,” said CCI Dean Mike Wirth. “We hope you enjoy the report and look forward to working with all of you as we continue our journey to the Top 25!” Click here to see the interactive version of the 2015 CCI Annual Report.
Douglass, Potnis and Roessner Promoted UT’s Board of Trustees recently approved Kimberly Douglass’ (SIS), Devendra Potnis’ (SIS) and Amber Roessner’s (JEM) promotions to Associate Professor with tenure effective August 1, 2016.
CCI Volunteers Read about how one CCI volunteer’s dogs are making a difference and find out how you can share your volunteer stories. Find out more
Alumni News: Hendry, Kramer, McNeely, Serfass CCI Alumni Leigh Hendry (BS/JEM ’79), Miriam Kramer (BS/JEM ’11), Mark McNeely (BS/JEM ’70) and Lindsay Serfass (BS/PR ’05) all have news to share. Find out more
Faculty News: Bilal, Brotman, Gross, King IS Professor Dania Bilal, JEM Professor Stuart N. Brotman, JEM Professor Peter Gross and IS Adjunct Professor Donald W. King are in the news. Find out more
Five Tips for Helping Kids Stay School-Ready During the Summer Katherine Officer, Knox County Teacher and host of Tidbit the HABIT dog, provides five tips for helping kids stay school-ready during the summer.Five tips for June/July