[Air-L] Faculty Promotions announced at the Graduate School of Library and Information Science (GSLIS) at Illinois
Reilly, Maeve J
mjreilly at illinois.edu
Tue Sep 13 13:08:40 PDT 2011
The Graduate School of Library and Information Science (GSLIS) at the University of Illinois is pleased to announce the promotions of three faculty members this fall:
Dr. Jerome McDonough has been promoted to the rank of Associate Professor. McDonough's research involves digital libraries, digital preservation, metadata design, human-computer interaction and user interface design, as well as socio-technical and participatory design approaches to information systems development.
Dr. Allen Renear has been promoted to the rank of Professor. Renear's research centers around ontologies for data curation and scientific publishing; logic-based analysis of scientific discourse; XML semantics; production and delivery workflows for scientific publishing; and identity and change problems in digital object management.
Dr. J. Stephen Downie has been promoted to the rank of Professor and has been named Associate Dean for Research. He conducts research in design and evaluation of music information retrieval systems, digital libraries, and digital humanities. As Associate Dean, he will coordinate all aspects of research at GSLIS including working closely with faculty on research plans, overseeing GSLIS research centers, and facilitating the development of GSLIS research strategy.
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Graduate School of Library and Information Science
University of Illinois
Rm 219 LIS
501 E. Daniel
Champaign, IL 61820
mjreilly at illinois.edu<mailto:mjreilly at illinois.edu>
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