Information systems faculty shape research agenda at conferences

Taking on leadership roles at conferences, such as the Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences and 27th Workshop on Information Technology and Systems, is one way to highlight and promote the academic quality of the department. In November, professors will co-chair the Informs Conference on Information Systems and Technology in downtown Phoenix.

Students debunk scholarship myths

If you think being an international student, a senior, or having less than perfect grades disqualifies you from receiving a scholarship, you’re mistaken. Learn why from fellow undergrads, as well as how to apply once for several scholarships.

More than a PhD: Doctorate program rises above the competition

Award-winning research and top-notch faculty is just the tip of the iceberg. These benefits, coupled with good placement rates, and a high-ranking department, are producing exemplary PhD students. Learn more about the doctorate program, including the plan of study and research paper practices, as well as application materials and deadlines.

IT leader embraces discomfort

Alum Lindsey Perry, who lends her expertise to the Department of Information System’s Executive Advisory Board, shares what made her uncomfortable as a student — and successful as an IS executive, wife, and mom.