The process of normal cell division in the human body is quite simple: start dividing in response to a signal, such as a wound, and stop when enough cells have been produced and the skin is healed. But cancerous cells…
iSchool Welcomes Three New Faculty Members
The School of Information Studies (iSchool) welcomes three new faculty members this semester. Two tenure-track assistant professors and one University professor of practice will be joining the ranks at the iSchool.
Assistant Professor Jeff Hemsley joins the faculty after spending the last five years at the University of Washington, earning his Ph.D. and working as a research and teaching assistant.
Assistant Professor Bryan Semaan comes to the iSchool after post-doctoral work at the University of Hawaii. He earned a Ph.D. at the University of California at Irvine.
Jeff Saltz comes to the iSchool as a University Professor of Practice, a joint appointment with the College of Engineering and Computer Science. Saltz has worked closely with Syracuse University since 2008 as a member of the JPMorgan Chase project team that designed several academic programs at the University.