- The University is closed on May 27, 2013, in observance of the Memorial Day holiday.
- Karimi wins Best Paper Award at 2013 W2GIS
- Thompson, Professor Emeritus, wins NSF grant to study network topographies
- Beaton wins Thornburgh Forum Faculty Grant
- Brusilovsky wins Army Contract to develop social personalized learning architecture
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Spring elected University Senate President
Michael Spring has been elected President of University Senate, which is the official University body for shared governance. Through its various committees, the Senate considers and makes recommendations concerning educational policies and other matters of University-wide concern. The organization fosters discussion and maintains communication channels among students, staff, faculty, administrative officers, and the Board of Trustees. Spring, an Associate Professor at the iSchool will begin his service as President on July 1, 2013. This year-long office is merely the latest Dr. Spring’s long career of service to the University. Since joining the faculty of the School of Information Sciences in 1986, he has held positions on the University Senate Council, the Faculty Assembly, the Senate Budget Policies Committee (he currently serves on this committee), the Senate Plant Utilization and Planning Committee, and the Audit Committee of the Board of Trustees. Learn more.