Same school, new name. The School of Informatics and Computing is changing its name effective January 11, 2023. Learn more about the name change


What is important to us as a culture defines us. Thanks to School of Informatics and Computing students, we’re digitally preserving historic sites and artifacts, and helping to raise awareness of endangered species.

Explore some of the new ways that our degree programs can help you leverage technology to connect with communities, and to protect the things you care about.

Student points at poster of research

Fall Capstone 2022 offered something for everyone

Luddy helps teachers prepare students for a tech-driven job market through CxD workshops

Photo of Amira Malcom

Moore scholar takes her information science journey into digital territory

Khrisma McMurray seated beside her desktop monitor showing Library of Congress website

Library of Congress internship informs MLIS student’s future as curator and creator of multicultural stories

VR player with joy sticks in front of large digital screen

School partnership with Hope Training Academy studies tech training in a virtual world

Screen capture from Indiana Youth Services Association video made by SoIC students in Professor John Scofield's class.

Students’ video earns prime online placement

Lauren Harris (left) and Raneem Hijazi are the 2021 recipients of the Wilma Moore Scholarship.

2021 Wilma Moore scholars continue an information legacy

Indianapolis Deputy Mayor Judith Thomas is pictured talking to a classroom of Design Sprint students

Students complete Design Sprint sponsored by School of Informatics and Computing

Nichelle Hayes photo and logo of Central Library Center for Black Literature and Culture

LIS alumna Nichelle Hayes named 2021 Mover and Shaker by Library Journal

MAS alumna Mary Katherine Fitzpatrick

MAS intern uses art and technology to promote healing via digital storytelling

Members of Tech to Protect team and advisor Sonny Kirkley.

Students win Tech to Protect Challenge, innovate informatics solutions for first responders

A toad sits on a platform surrounded by a circle of cameras

Students help preserve endangered species for future generations with AR app

IUPUI students pose with Indianapolis Deputy Mayor Bennett during Design Challenge

IUPUI students devise innovative concepts to help people who are homeless, hungry

Carmel Firefighters

Human-centered computing students find continued success in IoT

Morgan Johnson scans a sphynx statue at the Madame Walker Theatre using a Creaform GoScan 50

Alumna Jennifer Johnson is a 2017 Mover and Shaker

MLS alumna Nichelle Hayes leads a discussion at the Indianapolis Public Library.

Alumna to lead new center at Indianapolis Central Library