Resources for the CIS Community
There are various mailing lists to reach different groups within the program.
With the exception of the cis-chair address, only people who are already on the lists can send emails to them. Contact the chair if you think you should have access to any of the mailing lists.
Graduate Student Office
Students in the CIS PhD program have access to an office inside the Library and Information Science suite in the basement of Hamilton Library.
Online Community Workspace
If you think you should have access to the CIS community workspace, and you don't have a disCourse account, you can sign up for a disCourse membership. When filling out the form please mention how you are connected to the CIS program.
Library resources for CIS courses and the Comprehensive Examinations are available through the Communication and Information Sciences Subject Page at Hamilton Library's website. Candidates should refer to the most current study guides (primary/secondary exam reading lists) available from the coordinators for the areas in which they wish to concentrate.
Graduate Division Forms
Students must submit forms to the Graduate Records office upon the completion of milestones, such as proposal defense and dissertation defense. The most current version of these forms may be obtained from the Graduate Division website.