New assistant professors bring diverse perspectives to IS department
Four new assistant professors come to W. P. Carey this year from different countries, bringing their unique cultures and backgrounds.
The myriad benefits of business school competitions
IS students win two awards: One for a successful chapter and the other for a real-world business solution.
Two longtime W. P. Carey information systems professors retire
As they retire in May, Uday Kulkarni and Robert Wood will leave a legacy at W. P. Carey, having affected the lives of thousands of students throughout their decades-long careers.
W. P. Carey student wins the 2022 Nike INSIDIOUS Hacking Competition
When faced with the challenge of hacking into a bank account, computer information systems junior Alexis DeVries searched the account holder's social media to find clues to the password reset security questions. It worked. That successful trick earned her 600 points and first place.
Control tweak: Making the rules could lower online advertising costs
Associate Professor of Information Systems Sang Pil Han has found a work-around that may give advertisers insights for less cost.
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.
The download: What's up in the Department of Information Systems
Three things you should know: ASU and Amazon Web Services will be offering for-credit cloud education to 10K high schoolers. Thanks to the demand for the MS-BA, W. P. Carey has launched the program in Los Angeles, with classes starting in August 2022.
New information systems chair, Pei-yu Chen, on balancing work and life
Pei-yu Chen, or Sharon as she’s known by people outside academia, has risen to the top of her field as a renowned researcher and professor and has just been appointed chair of the Department of Information Systems — all while keeping her busy family going.