For nearly 100 years, the School of Information Sciences has empowered leaders for the evolving information profession.
It is an exciting time to be in the information field and a particularly exciting time to study at Wayne State. Whether you are a first-time graduate student or wish to return for more advanced education, we have a program to suit your needs and career interests.
We are fortunate to be part of a large, dynamic research institution with proven leaders. We have an excellent full-time faculty of researchers and educators. We draw upon leading information professionals who teach part-time and supervise our student interns. In addition, we have a dedicated, professional staff who make student success their top priority.
I’d definitely say you get out of it what you put into it. Make connections, network, and do what you’re passionate about.Nick Ruest
SIS Writers' Night Highlights Student and Alumni Talent
NDSA Hosting Regional Colloquium on April 27
"Bush died Tuesday at her Houston home at the age of 92. To mark her 90th birthday in June 2015, the foundation launched the $7 million adult literacy...
Have you registered for the NDSA Colloquium on April 27? You can participate in-person or online. Digital preservation students and professionals will...
WSU National Digital Stewardship Alliance (NDSA) Student Chapter Colloquium
April 27, 2018
9:00 am - 1:00 pm
SIS@2018 Loleta Fyan Small and Rural Libraries Conference!
April 30, 2018