The download: Latest IS news
There are four things you should know about what's new in the Department of Information Systems.
What a return to campus reflects
A lot has been accomplished in the Department of Information Systems over the past few years despite the pandemic.
Business and engineering students join forces to form Robodevils
While the use of robotics in business has been steadily growing across industries, not many in academia are devoting research time to ways in which robots can improve business.
W. P. Carey welcomes industry veterans to information systems faculty
Instructional faculty, or clinical professors, are relied upon for the department’s teaching mission. IS also depends on these professors and lecturers to bring real-world industry experience to the classrooms.
W. P. Carey welcomes four assistant professors of information systems
The research endeavors of the information systems department at W. P. Carey just got a boost from the addition of four new assistant professors.
What’s it worth? Researchers examine how patients value star ratings in health care
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.
Classroom cupid strikes at W. P. Carey
Assistant professors of information systems, Victor Benjamin and Xiao Liu, started off as students and now work side by side at W. P. Carey.
Student influences robotics in business
Partnership inspires information systems professor to develop a newfound passion for robotics in business research.
Finding value in online communities and knowledge sharing
Professor of Information Systems John Zhang automates the task of untangling right or useful answers from unhelpful ones in online communities.
Launching the second cohort of Cognizant Business Analyst Certificate Program
We constantly look at our curriculum and the value it offers students and companies looking to hire them — and the latest U.S. News & World Report rankings show our programs are staying competitive and relevant.