Affiliated faculty advance the teaching and research missions of the School of Information and are expected to present their research once a year, or every other year, in the School of Information (simply contact the department to find out the SI faculty member organizing research talks). In many cases affiliated faculty serve on doctoral committees and teach SI courses or cross-listed courses with other departments.
Affiliated faculty are appointed on a 3-year term.
To request formal affiliation (0% courtesy appointment in the School of Information). 100% faculty appointment outside of the School of Information is required, affiliation will be reviewed periodically to evaluate ongoing involvement with the School.
Please include information requested in email.
o a brief cover letter (or email) indicating your interest in the School of Information and including your responses needed below.
o your CV
o an electronic photo to include on our website
In your brief email or cover letter, please provide a brief description of your research and/or teaching specialties for inclusion on the School of Information website.
Also in your brief email or cover letter, please identify which of the key criteria you meet (must meet at least one) for faculty affiliation with the School of Information.
Teach a course/courses for the School that are formally cross-listed with another unit.
Work on grants or have published work with faculty in the School of Information.
Plan on future collaboration (teaching or research) with faculty in the School of Information (please describe briefly).
Finally, in email or cover letter, please also check or describe as many as apply:
You wish to be added to the School of Information events listserv and mailing list: __no __yes
Please identify any joint research projects that you have held or currently hold jointly with SI faculty including pending proposals with title and funding agency:
Please identify any SI comprehensive or dissertation committees that you have participated in:
Please email to: Director Bryan Heidorn: firstname.lastname@example.org