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All In The News tagged "The iSchool at Drexel"

Drexel launching new college

David E. Fenske, dean of Drexel’s iSchool, was mentioned in a September 11 Philadelphia Business Journal story about the University creating a new school, called the College of Computing & Informatics. Fenske will serve as the dean of the new college, which will combine the iSchool’s programs with the Computer Science Department, from the College of Engineering, and the Department of Computing and Security Technology, from the Goodwin College of Professional Studies. The story was also mentioned on WCAU-TV (NBC-10).

Drexel merges programs to create College of Computing and Informatics

Technically Philadelphia featured a story on September 10 about the new College of Computing and Informatics.

Boston Marathon Bombings Crowd-Funding Phenomenon

Dr. Sean Goggins, an assistant professor in the iSchool, was quoted in an April 24 KYW Newsradio (1060-AM) story about people using social media to raise funds for victims of the Boston Marathon bombing. wins $5K grand prize at Philly Health Codefest

Philly Health Codefest, a marathon two-day coding event, was featured in an April 10 Technically Philly blog post. Drexel students Mayank Gureja, Ayush SobtiAnthony HurstMatthew Coppola, Tushar Soni, Nishtha Dalal and Kunal Malik were mentioned in the story.

App that identifies recipes by vitamin content, gaming dishes by taste and health among codeathon winners

Graduate student Abhiroop Das and undergraduate Mayank Gureja were quoted in an April 8 MedCity News story about the iSchool hosting the Philly Health Codefest over the weekend. Drexel students Dias Gotama, Ayush SobtiAnthony Hurst and Matthew Coppola were also mentioned in the story.

A journey into the high-tech age.

Dr. Andrea Forte, an assistant professor in the iSchool, was quoted in an April 6 Philadelphia Inquirer article about the importance of socialization and social media.

NSA Spying Row in Congress Ushers in Debate Over Big Data

Harvey Rishikof, a professor in the Earl Mack School of Law and the iSchool, was quoted in a July 25 Bloomberg story about how the collection of “big data” fits into a larger privacy debate stirred by the NSA surveillance scandal.

In the end, NSA might not need to snoop so secretly

Dr. Kristene Unsworth, an assistant professor in the iSchool, was quoted in a June 18 Christian Science Monitor story about the National Security Agency’s secret data-collection methods.

Privacy concerns threaten to overshadow Microsoft's new console

Dr. Jennifer A. Rode, an assistant professor in the iSchool, was quoted in a June 5 Polygon article about privacy concerns on the new Xbox One.

Support Grows to Let Cybertheft Victims 'Hack Back'

Harvey Rishikof, a teaching professor in the College of Information Science and Technology and an adjunct professor in the Earle Mack School of Law, was quoted in a Wall Street Journal article on June 2 about a series of high-profile cyber-attacks.

Some doctors refusing to adopt electronic records

Dr. Scot Silverstein, an assistant professor in the iSchool, was quoted on May 5 in The Morning Call in a story about the use of electronic records in doctor’s offices.

Guy G. Garrison, professor and dean at Drexel iSchool

On May 23, The Philadelphia Inquirer ran an obituary for Guy Grady Garrison, a professor and dean emeritus at the iSchool.