Cyberbullying Prevention

Cyberbullying Prevention

featuring Sameer Hinduja, Ph.D., co-director of the Cyberbullying Research Center

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May 1, 2013


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JUNE 2: Networking in Higher Education Conference, "Building Bridges for a Better Tomorrow"

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Thank you for attending the 2017 conference, and thanks to our sponsors!

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Sponsors

June 2, 2017


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TONIGHT! BAND Against Bullying

BAND Against Bullying

BAND Against Bullying Rehearsal Video from Jeremy Cooper on Vimeo.

May 14, 2013


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Alumni

DLIS Newsletter

The Informed: A Publication of the University at Buffalo’s Department of Library and Information Studies is developed and administered by the Advisory Board for DLIS. The Informed includes news, events, faculty & staff profiles, alumni updates, and more information to keep you updated on the activities of DLIS and program graduates. To contact The Informed, please e-mail lis-alumni@buffalo.edu.

Vol. 4 (Fall 2017)

Vol. 3 (Fall 2016)

Vol. 2 (Fall 2015)

Vol. 1 (Fall 2014)

Stay Connected!

Stay in touch with the Department of Library and Information Studies! There are several ways that we keep our alumni aware of news, events, and department plans.

Join us on:

Facebook Official DLIS Facebook page
LinkedIn University at Buffalo Library and Information Studies Network on LinkedIn

Alumni E-mail Listserv

Please consider subscribing to our LIS-LIST, an open list for students, alumni, faculty, and friends.
To subscribe:

  1. Go to http://listserv.buffalo.edu/
  2. Click on the link at the left that says "Join or Leave a list"
  3. Type in LIS-LIST (all caps) as the list you would like to join
  4. You will next be prompted to enter your name and the email address you would like your messages delivered to.

For more information on email liservervs, please check out this UB FAQ site: http://listserv.buffalo.edu/user/user-faq.shtml

Contacting DLIS

Keep us aware of what's going on with you, personally and professionally, and ensure that we have your contact information for our new alumni newsletter, The Informed!

DLIS Mailbox for Alumni: drop us a line at lis-alumni@buffalo.edu.


New! UB LIS Graduates speak about their programs and careers!



Steven Galbraith



Bill Jones



Carolyn Klotzbach



Chris Hollister



Kevin Michki



Sara Brown



Resources for Veteran Students

VA Education Benefits
VA provides education benefits under the Montgomery GI Bill, the Veterans Educational Assistance Program, the Dependents Educational Assistance Program and the Montgomery GI Bill – Selected Reserve. Additional information can be obtained from a VA Regional Office or from the following:
Phone: (888) 442-4551
Website: http://www.gibill.va.gov

VONAPP (Veterans On Line Applications)
Apply for VA benefits online
http://vabenefits.vba.va.gov/vonapp/

Campus Life

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UB ID card

After you have registered for your courses will be able to obtain a UB ID card. This card establishes your person number which is used to access various library online databases and UB web sites.

Current Student Resources

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Courses & Concentrations

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LIS offers a wide array of high-quality courses that span the interests of information professionals working in a range of contexts.

Follow the links below (and on the left) for more information and specifics!

Course Descriptions
Course Rotation
Course Schedule
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Prospective Students

About Us

Established in 1966, the Department of Library and Information Studies (LIS) offers a MS in Information and Library Science program that is 36 credit hours, or 39 credit hours for the MS in School Librarianship. The program must be completed within five years and prepares graduates for entry-level professional employment in libraries and other information agencies. It is one of seven ALA accredited programs in New York State. Of the seven, three are public, of which one is the University at Buffalo.