Congratulations to Daniella Miller, MIS Honor’s student, who won the prestigious Senior Honors Thesis from the University of Arizona’s Honors College for spring 2015. Daniella’s project was the award winner amongst all the MIS, Management, Business Administration and Global Business majors in the Most Creative Thesis Topic and Execution category!
The MIS Department congratulates our newest Ph.D. graduates.
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.
MIS congratulates our spring 2015 undergraduates!
Dr. Hsinchun Chen is president of DiabticLink a website that offers diabetes patient a free online support portal dedicated to making self-management of diabetes easier. The online portal caters to Type 1, Type 2, and pre-Diabetics patients.
The Management Information Systems Department (MIS) at the Eller College of Management invites applications for a Lab Supervisor with Systems Administrator & Research Programmer responsibilities.
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.
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.