Alumni and Giving

What's Going On!

 

Do you have an interesting news story that everyone might like to know about?

"What's Going On!" is our initiative to collect, organize, create, and disseminate information about the USF School of Information.

If you have a story, we'd love to hear about it in your own words. Please give us a blurb - a few sentences or even a paragraph - that we can publish online through one of our platforms. Don't worry if it's not perfect. We'll polish it up for you.

We have three options for submission depending on your relationship with the USF School of Information. Read the descriptions below and click on the appropriate link to get started.

What's Going On! - For Faculty, Staff, and Affiliates
Faculty are those who currently teach in one of our three programs: Bachelor of Science in Information Science, Master of Arts (M.A.) in Library and Information Science, and Master of Science (M.S.) in Intelligence Studies. Staff are those employed within SI and support everything we do as an educational unit within CAS. Staff includes full-time, part-time, and OPS employees, as well as GAs and student workers. Affiliates are those who have a special relationship with our school. For example, emeritus faculty, adjunct faculty members who may not be teaching for us right now, or faculty members from another department with an official affiliate faculty designation qualify as members of this last group.

What's Going On! - For Students
For full-time, part-time, or certificate-seeking students enrolled in one of our three programs: Bachelor of Science in Information Science, Master of Arts (M.A.) in Library and Information Science, and Master of Science (M.S.) in Intelligence Studies.

What's Going On! - For Alumni, SI Community Members, and those Interested in our Program
Alumni are those who graduated from one of the programs within the School of Information. Part of the SI community are those people that have a relationship with the School of Information, but did not graduate from the program. For example, if you are an analyst, librarian, or information professional that has worked closely with our faculty, students, or staff, then you would be considered a member of the SI community. If you did not graduate from the School of Information nor work closely with faculty, students, or staff in the past, but still had exciting information to pass along, then you would be someone interested in the program. For example, if you attended a conference and heard one of our faculty members give an interesting presentation and wanted to share that information with us, then you would be interested in our program.