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.

Anime inspired new professor to pursue career in cybersecurity and information systems

As a young high school student, Assistant Professor Xiao Liu was inspired by a movie about a smart female hacker. That led her to a career in IS and then to W. P. Carey.

New professor's research predicts links between people on social networks

Assistant Professor of Information Systems Donghyuk Shin analyzes connections — as in, between two people — that form in social networks, such as in the 'people you may know' feature on Facebook and LinkedIn.

Remembering Mike Goul

Professor Kenneth Michael Goul, a passionate educator to thousands, visionary researcher, mentor to many, and friend to all, died of cancer on March 19 at the age of 64.

The gig economy: Boon or bane for workers?

Assistant Professor of Information Systems Nina Huang and Associate Professor of Information Systems Yili (Kevin) Hong along with scholars at two other universities explore the benefits of the gig economy and effects it has on employment.

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

Two new faculty members came on board, and two professors received awards and accolades for their research efforts.

MBA students combine AI and drones, turning project into product

A group of five Professional Flex students created a high-tech tool with the potential to change an industry.

MS-ISM or MS-BA: Which graduate degree is best for you?

The high-level knowledge and experience these master’s programs deliver could be just the thing to ramp up your career.

In our God we trust: How religion impacts prosocial lending

Scholars' recent study showed lenders in online microfinance markets are more likely to support people who have the same religious beliefs.