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Attend our PhD Open House sessions on Oct. 24

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Sandra-Friedman

Alumni Spotlight: Sande Friedman, MSLIS '13

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CCI Welcomes its First Freshman Class and Returning Students

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Philly Codefest

Philly Codefest 2014 Winners

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DUCA 2014 Graduates

DUCA 2014 Graduates!

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Introducing Drexel University’s New College of Computing & Informatics

Founded in 2013 by Dean David E. Fenske, the College of Computing & Informatics (CCI) serves as a hub for multi-disciplinary computing and informatics activities by uniting the faculty, professional staff, and students from the former College of Information Science and Technology (the iSchool), the Department of Computer Science in the College of Engineering and the Department of Computing and Security Technology in Goodwin College of Professional Studies.

View the official press release for more information.

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Upsilon Pi Epsilon
CCI Students Selected for 2014 Upsilon Pi Epsilon Scholarship Awards
October 23, 2014

The Executive Council of Upsilon Pi Epsilon, the international honor society for the computing and information disciplines, awarded students Alberto Uriarte and Hannah Lenore Pinkos with $1,500 scholarships.

Matt Phelan
Matt Phelan Awarded 2014 Free Library of Philadelphia/Drexel University Children’s Literature Citation
October 17, 2014

Phelan, a celebrated, local illustrator of books for young readers, was recognized for his outstanding contributions to the field of children’s literature.

CCI students at the library
CCI's New Center for the Study of Libraries, Information, & Society to Host Inaugural Lecture on Nov. 11
October 10, 2014

The new Center will host keynote speaker and 2014 CSLIS fellow Joseph Janes, associate professor and MLIS program chair at the University of Washington Information School, who will deliver a lecture entitled “Libraries: What Is The Way Forward?“