The Management Information Systems Department (MIS) at the Eller College of Management invites applications for a Lab Supervisor with Systems Administrator & Research Programmer responsibilities.
The INSITE Center for Business Intelligence and Analytics, part of the Department of Management Information Systems (MIS) at the Eller College of Management, invites applications for a postdoctoral research scientist position in Big Data Analytics beginning in Summer 2015.
A story written by Alexis Blue, University Relations - Communications, on Sudha Ram’s exciting Twitter and emergency room visit predictions has prompted additional news media outlets to “pick-up” the story.
MIS is looking for local high school teachers to partner with for STEM 2015 Summer Camps
Sudha Ram, a UA professor of management information systems and computer science, and Dr. Yolande Pengetnze, a physician scientist at the Parkland Center for Clinical Innovation in Dallas, looks specifically at the chronic condition of asthma and how asthma-related Tweets, analyzed alongside other data, can help predict asthma-related emergency room visits.
“We’re more than excited to host this premiere tech conference in Downtown,” said Mayor Greg Stanton. “Women at the forefront of the technology and start-up industry will have an opportunity to experience firsthand Phoenix’s rapidly growing entrepreneurial ecosystem and innovative community.”
UANews posted an article and video clip on the MIS department's cyber security program. MIS is ranked third nationally among graduate information-systems programs by U.S. News & World Report and boasts a 100 percent placement rate for graduates of its master’s program.
The Master's in MIS program at the University of Arizona, Eller College of Management, is ranked #3 for 2016.
As an undergraduate MIS student, Joelle Benson put the cutting-edge information systems theories she learned in the classroom into practice through her work with Regents’ Professor Jay Nunamaker and his Center for Management Information (CMI) lab. Now a health care and life sciences strategic account executive with Dell in Chicago, she is in a position to give back to the MIS department that helped shaped her success and give future students similar opportunities.
Because the University is a leader in preparing graduates with information security expertise, demand is high by employers and by students seeking to enter the MIS master's program.