School of Information Sciences

The iSchool Celebrates Graduates at Spring 2015 Recognition Ceremony

On April 26, 2015, we recognized the 322 graduates of the University of Pittsburgh’s School of Information Sciences and honored their impressive achievements at the 2015 Recognition Ceremony. Dean Ronald L. Larsen led the day’s events, alongside department chairs Bob Perkoski, Peter Brusilovsky, David Tipper, and Sheila Corrall at the University of Pittsburgh’s Alumni Hall.

The keynote address was delivered by Dr. Alfred L. Moyé, who has very strong ties with the iSchool. Dr. Moyé is a Pitt Alumni (A&S ’68), he held positions as an Associate Professor of Chemistry, Dean of Students, and Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs here at Pitt, and he has served as a Pitt Trustee for ten years. He continues his service as an Emeritus Trustee and as the Chair of the School of Information Sciences Board of Visitors.

Dr. Moyé, who is now retired from his latest position as Director of University Affairs at the Hewlett-Packard Company, has likely influenced the education our graduates received in rather profound ways through his distinguished career in academia and in industry, and it was as honor to have him address our graduates. Read more >

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