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.

Coding must go on

Grade-school students get with the STEM programming despite COVID-19.

Information systems professor puts product recommendations through the paces

Associate Professor of Information Systems Zhan (Michael) Shi has addressed product recommendations from a new angle: How should platforms select various products for recommendation?

Students share their take on remote learning during the COVID-19 crisis

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.

Professors share their take on teaching during the COVID-19 crisis

W. P. Carey news interviewed faculty from the Department of Information Systems on Zoom to get their take on business and teaching during the COVID-19 crisis. Hear their advice and experiences.

The download: What's up in the Department of Information Systems

Four things you should know: Faculty startup Teuvonet Technologies has developed machine learning systems that are embedded in hardware platforms. The U.S. News & World Report graduate, undergraduate, and online program rankings put four IS programs in the top 20. ASU ranked No.

Trading academia for grandkids, sandboxes, and train sets

Heartfelt goodbyes said for Professor of Information Systems Robert St. Louis in Zoom retirement party.

IS Professor Paul Steinbart retires after a home run in academia and research

The professor emeritus of information systems collected several teaching awards and accolades throughout his career.

Remembering Robert Keim

He first joined ASU in 1979 as a research associate in the Bureau of Business and Economic Research. Then he joined the business school before the Department of Information Systems was born, and was a key player in developing the undergraduate and graduate IS programs.