ARMA International Education Foundation Scholarships
Deadline: March 18, 2019 at midnight (EST)
The ARMA International Educational Foundation (the Foundation) is pleased to announce the availability of a funding opportunity for aspiring information management professionals currently enrolled in an accredited graduate program (Master’s or PhD).
This year, the Foundation will offer several scholarships in amounts ranging from $3,000 to $1,000 (USD). These scholarships are designed to cover costs associated with earning a graduate-level degree in the field of information management. Continue reading
Exploring Ways Faculty Can Best Support You: A Workshop for International Grad Students
RSVP to attend this free event.
Wednesday, February 27, 4–5:30 p.m.
HUB 250, Seattle Campus Continue reading
Bridging Family, Culture, & Graduate School For First-Gen Graduate Students
RSVP recommended for this free event.
Monday, February 25, 5–7 p.m.
HUB Room 145, Seattle campus Continue reading
UNC Chapel Hill School of Information and Library Science
International Summer Seminars 2019
Registration deadline: March 8, 2019
Ever thought about going abroad? With these opportunities you can! Continue reading
Inclusive. Impactful. Inventive.
Applications close: March 12, 2019
Calling all UW students from all campuses!
Do you have an innovative idea that would enhance the UW student experience? The Husky Seed Fund has the resources to make your idea a reality! Created by students for students, The Husky Seed Fund provides up to $5,000 for you, or a small team, to pursue your passions and bring your projects to life. Continue reading
IMT 556 A (SLN 15260) – Information and Operational Risk
Topics covered in this course include the parameters of operational risk; integrating operational risk and business process frameworks; the role of corporate governance, the role of technology and business process decisions; and the role of information in operational risk management. The course includes practical applications of operational risk frameworks, using real world examples where the intersection of people, processes, systems, and external events can lead to unexpected financial loss — easiest to identify in major disasters such as Japan’s Sendai earthquake, the Equifax data breach, the Uber saga, the Volkswagen emissions scandal, or even the 9/11 destruction of the World Trade Center. Continue reading
Mangels Lecture – Samuel Sinyangwe, “Using Data to Advance Racial Justice”
February 13, 2019
Mangels lecturer and nationally-recognized activist Samuel Sinyangwe will be visiting the iSchool February 12-14, with the majority of the events occurring on the 13th. Due to the nature of the events, individual RSVPs are required.