[CITAMS] PHD applicants for UT Austin iSchool
Bailey, Diane E
debailey at ischool.utexas.edu
Mon Nov 21 14:11:58 EST 2016
***apologies for cross-posting***
UT Austin's School of Information is looking for talented students to join its Ph.D. Program.
Our curriculum prepares our doctoral students to become high quality, high-impact researchers. UT Austin is one of the premier research universities in the US and the city of Austin is both a rapidly growing center for IT research and development and one of the country's most vibrant cities in which to live and work.
Our school has a strong tradition of fully financially supporting our Ph.D. students through a combination of Research Assistantships, Teaching Assistantships, Fellowships and, in later years, teaching positions as Assistant Instructors. Our packages of support include tuition, health insurance, and a stipend sufficient to live comfortably in Austin.
PhD Applications for our School of Information, ranked 6th nationally, are due ***December 15th***. While we do not guarantee consideration of late applications, the closer to the deadline an application is received, the greater the likelihood that it will be considered. The application process is detailed on this page:
https://www.ischool.utexas.edu/admissions (please scroll down to PhD Program requirements)
At the UT Austin School of Information, we are committed to making a difference in the world.
The study of information extends beyond any existing field. Our world-class faculty has expertise in a range of disciplines, from computer science, psychology, and engineering to anthropology, history, communications, English, science and technology studies, and more. We come together to study and educate people about the interactions of people and information; the processes of managing and organizing information for meaning and use; and the impact of new technologies and behaviors on individuals, organizations and society. We seek students who can see beyond current approaches to problems, who recognize that information transcends boundaries, and who are comfortable crossing disciplines in search of answers.
The greatest challenges facing today's modern information society are to tackle the extraordinary complexity of information, to discover principles and processes to manage its massive scale, and to leverage it to enhance our lives.
We seek the best and brightest people who thrive on challenges:
* People dedicated to creating new forms of information systems that can augment human and organizational capabilities
* People committed to exploring the human and technological principles and processes that underlie information complexity
* People seeking to understand human-computer interaction, from interacting with mobile devices, to systems in homes, organizations, and governments.
* People energized by a vision of a diverse society where access to relevant information is not a luxury but a requirement
* People appreciative of the importance and challenge of preserving and disseminating information on the human cultural record
Our faculty and students are passionate about information, and we welcome others who want to join us in helping to forge a better information society. We encourage prospective applicants to explore our faculty and our research.
Diane E. Bailey * Associate Professor * Provost's Teaching Fellow
School of Information * The University of Texas at Austin
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