Elaine Gomez, 2012 i3 Scholar
"We can use games and interactivity to create an experience people will remember. I see another future -- another way to assert myself as a designer and a person in this community."
Bradley Kuykendall, 2011 i3 Scholar
"[People] need to stay positive, keep their heads up, and vote. We have access to a wide variety of information, but now we have confusion between facts and alternative facts."
Xavier Dillahunt, 2012 i3 Scholar
"Don’t be afraid to dive into the hard technical stuff early on. Experienced professionals are expecting you to be learning those skills in undergrad. If you shy away from it and wait until later in life, a lot more will be expected of you. Take this time to actually learn, because if you take short cuts, people can tell."
2016 i3 Distinguished Alumni Award winner, Fatima Noor, went from refugee to HCI researcher to White House staffer
Fatima Noor, 2014 i3 Scholar
"i3 exposed me to so much in such a short time that it was impossible not to challenge myself and expand my skill sets."
Oliver Haimson, 2011 i3 Scholar
"At i3 our research was seen as important and valid to study. That is a big focus in the information sciences – at least the part of it that is interesting to me and I think a lot of other i3 Scholars -- I really get a sense that in information science, people care about helping others."
“Let’s talk about the books and the bees.” Digging deeper with a graduate student, tech nerd, and graphic designer
Hannah Hiles, 2013 i3 Scholar
"I saw the ways librarianship and technology connect, making that human connection while still creating and interacting with technology."
Twanna Hodge, 2011 i3 Scholar
"My focus was to become a librarian, but I didn’t have a good enough idea of what graduate schools to attend."
Jamar Smith, 2012 i3 Scholar
“I was planning to continue and get a masters in statistics and doing actuarial work...”