Congratulations to all of the i3 scholars who presented their research at the 2017 iConference in Wuhan, China! Seventeen students from the 2015 and 2016 cohorts presented their work at the conference’s peer-reviewed poster session. In addition, this was the first year a team submitted and presented a preliminary paper! Research project topics included the role of cognitive maps in wayfinding, social media and health-information seeking, labor in the gig economy, online communities and the integration of immigrants, social media and virtual patient simulations, Black music in Computer Science Education, and mobile communication apps in ESL immigrant communities. Scholars spent the week presenting, attending paper sessions and talks, and exploring Wuhan’s local attractions and cuisine. 2015 scholar Taylor Neal summarized her experience, saying “It was nice to present the work I’d done with my team and listen to others’ work as it relates to Information Science. It was also nice to visit a new place I’d never been.” Congratulations again to all presenters and their teams on a job well done!