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Prof. Alan Galey wins 2013 Fredson Bowers Prize

The forensic study of born-digital artifacts from bibliographic perspectives is a growing research focus for Prof. Alan Galey, whose research and teaching at the iSchool bridge the fields of book history, digital humanities, and analytical bibliography. Read more »

Electronic Health Records research receives $25,000 boost

Congrats to Professor Aviv Shachak who has been awarded a $25,000 SIM-one Simulation Research and Innovation Grant for his project, "Simulation-based training for enhancing primary care providers competence in computerized settings," by the Ontario Simulation Network. Read more »

Astronomical Discovery on display in Museum Studies exhibition

A team of graduate students in the Master of Museum Studies (MMSt) program at the University of Toronto will unveil their public exhibit showcasing the development of astronomical instrumentation at the David Dunlap Observatory (DDO) and the Dunlap Institute for Astronomy & Astrophysics. Read more »

Student conference Theory, Practice & Praxis highly anticipated

For the fifth consecutive year, U of T graduate students at the Faculty of Information are gearing up for the student-led iSchool Graduate Conference.

This year's theme, Theory, Practice & Praxis, aims to explore the dynamic relationship between theory and practice in the information and cultural heritage landscape. Read more »

February brings new jobs to graduates

As January turned to February this year, three iSchool alumni found themselves moving into new positions and onto new phases of their careers.

Alumnus Stephen Abram (MLS ’80) left Gale Cenage at the end of January to take up a new position at Dysart & Jones, a consultancy that focuses on knowledge management, strategic planning, and problem-solving. Read more »

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