Informatics is the art, science, business, and technology of information. It is about making information useful and meaningful. Here at NKU’s College of Informatics we offer a 21st century perspective on the disciplines that have information at their core.
As a college student, it’s common to make strides for personal and professional excellence, but for Faikat Moliki, a junior computer science major, it was much more.
Isaiah Kelly, a junior in the College of Informatics at Northern Kentucky University, hasn’t always been in the business of customizing shoes, but recently found an ignited passion for the art form.
Ashley can be heard on the B-105 “Big Dave Show” weekdays from 5:30 a.m. until 10 a.m. and in her new “Out with Ashley” segment.
Being a student athlete can be similar to having a full time job, but for Northern Kentucky University senior, BriAuna Keys, it is just a part of what she will be known for when she walks across the stage at BB&T Arena on May 11.
Meet your Award-Winning Cyber Defense Team!
The Center for Applied Informatics (CAI) offers students the opportunity to work with business and non-profit clients on cutting-edge informatics projects, while the Center for Information Security (CIS) is NKU’s hub for information security research and education.
The Center for Applied Informatics is the outreach arm of Northern Kentucky University’s College of Informatics. It draws upon student, staff and faculty expertise from business informatics, computer science, communication and beyond to directly enhance student success and drive the mission of informatics.
The NKU Center for Information Security (CIS) is a multidisciplinary center for information security research and education. NKU has been designated as a National Center for Academic Excellence in Cyber Defense by the National Security Agency and U.S. Department of Homeland Security.
Our students tackle the opportunities and challenges of the digital age: dealing with cyber threats, making the most of digital media, extracting insights from massive amounts of data, and using IT in healthcare. A gift to the College of Informatics provides the next generation of thinkers and innovators. Our students can lead a regional technological renaissance with your help.