iSchool Research Events
Fostering an open exchange of ideas with exposure to cutting-edge research engenders a thriving community of scholars and promotes graduate student excellence by exposing students to the latest knowledge and findings needed to lead the information profession of today and tomorrow.
The UT Austin School of Information (iSchool) cultivates such exchange by hosting a variety of recurring and special-event research colloquium. A regular research colloquium is held during the academic year on every Tuesday except the first of each month. A new Yahoo!-sponsored seminar series brings additional speakers in technology-related areas to speak at the iSchool. A variety of special-event research talks also occur as faculty host visiting researchers from around the world.
These events are open to all, and all are invited to participate: faculty, students, and the public at large. Please visit this page often and feel free to invite your colleagues and friends. To suggest speakers or topics for inclusion in our series, please contact the Research Environment Committee.
The UT Administration Building (UTA) is located two blocks south of the main UT campus at 1616 Guadalupe Street, across the street from the Clay Pit restaurant and Dog & Duck pub. Refer to our Location & Directions page for more information.