Information Systems

A recent grant awarded to ASU by the U.S. Department of Labor seeks to create a new program called Arizona Workforce Training Accelerator Partnership for Next Generation Jobs, or simply AZNext, with three focus areas: IT, cybersecurity, and advanced manufacturing.

The U.S. Department of Labor has awarded Arizona State University an $8 million grant to lead an innovative workforce development partnership to help train workers for high-paying, high-demand jobs in advanced manufacturing, cybersecurity, and information technology.

Facebook and Twitter need to crack down on fake accounts, argues Professor of Information Systems Victor Benjamin. It’s getting harder to tell the difference between what’s real and what’s fake, he says, and online conversations are being drowned out by misinformation.

Professor and Chair of Information Systems Raghu Santanam and research colleagues overwhelmingly found that patients are willing to pay more for higher-quality health care based on star ratings.

W. P. Carey news talked with information systems students to find out their remote learning experiences and what they recommend to prepare for it again.