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Female students work together in a computing class

School becomes member of iSchools Consortium

February 14, 2017

The Indiana University School of Informatics and Computing at IUPUI has become a member of the iSchools Consortium, an international association of college schools dedicated to advancing the field of information worldwide.

Read the iSchools press release.

“Joining the iSchools Consortium is a major achievement, which will help us gain visibility at the national and international levels,” said Executive Associate Dean Mathew J. Palakal.

Founded in 2005, the organization has a membership of 84 schools that spans five continents. The iSchools Consortium provides avenues for student recognition and faculty support, as well as a forum for discussing critical issues.

The iSchools Consortium accepts schools with substantial sponsored research activity, a research-oriented doctoral program, a respected academic reputation, and a commitment to progress in the information field.