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CICS Research
The Center for Information and Communication Studies (CICS) assists CCI faculty with obtaining and managing external funding for research and teaching projectsIn addition, we foster research in information usage and effective communication with ORNL, Y-12 and related organizations.
CICS: Promoting a Culture of Research
Collaboration: Building research partnerships
Innovation: Supporting cutting edge research
Communication: Bridging the college and its partners
Specialization: Featuring state-of-the-art labs

CICS welcomes Carol Tenopir

Carol TenopirCarol Tenopir will serve as CCI Interim Associate Dean for Research for Spring 2019.  She is taking over the role from Suzie Allard, who is stepping in as Interim Associate Dean for Academic Programs.  An internal search is underway for a new Associate Dean for Academic Programs who will take over the position as early as June 1st but no later than July 1st.  Once a new Associate Dean has been selected, Suzie Allard will return to her position as Associate Dean for Research and Carol Tenopir will return to her SIS faculty position.

41st Annual Research Symposium

2019 CCI SymposiumJoin us on Monday, February 11, 2019 for our 41st Annual Research Symposium.  This year's symposium focuses on the topic of "Asking Important Questions & Finding Powerful Insights.  All research dealing with communication and information issues is welcome.  The attached CFP highlights the poster session and our two tracks--one for new results and one to share results that have been presented elsewhere.  This approach is back by popular demand based on feedback from the 2

CICS Annual Oak Ridge Luncheon

UT Arboretum AuditoriumOn October 18th the Center for Information and Communication Studies hosted its second annual Oak Ridge networking luncheon at the UT Arboretum Auditorium.  The luncheon connected faculty and staff from the College of Communication and Information with associates, contract employees, and potential collaborators from various Oak Ridge organizations, including Oak Ridge National Laboratory.  The group enjoyed trying out the User-eXperience Lab's newest equipment, wearable eye trackers, and participated in a usabiity study for the USGS Community for Data Integration website.  Lunch was catered by Holly's Gourm


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