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original article written January 21, 2001 by Hillary Tune.

The College of Communication and Information’s Annual Research Symposium is returning for its 43rd year on March 1, 2021, in a brand-new format designed to not only be completely virtual, but also to better foster and facilitate audience interaction.

“We’ve been paying attention this whole year to format and participation in all sorts of virtual meetings, and we took all of those best practices to try to make this a really enjoyable event that is consistent with our previous years,” said Amy Forrester, assistant director of the Center … Read more “CCI’s 43rd Annual Research Symposium Presented in New All-Virtual Format”


short animation to illustrate our efforts in bridging the College and its partners.

On April 22, CICS transformed the Annual spring event into a VIRTUAL gathering to show appreciation for our valued relationships by adapting with a little creativity. Over a dozen participants jumped on Zoom for the opportunity to chat with colleagues and talk about ideas for continued collaboration and support.


scientific cyberinfrastructure (SCI) ecosystem to build insight into how funders and researchers are approaching scientific cyberinfrastructureand provide outcomes that can inform national level policy to better support SCI into the future.

Approaching sustainability from the societal perspective, SCI Summit will provide the perfect space to foster the cogeneration of knowledge by sharing … Read more “2019 SCI Summit – Washington, D.C.”


here. We hope to see you all there on February 11th! Also, don’t forget about the Symposium luncheon in the Scripps Theatre. It is $10/person and will be catered by Brown Bag.