News in IS includes a faculty member's election to chair the IEEE Computer Society’s Technical Committee on Services Computing, the internet of things, a hackathon, a retirement, and rankings.
How do job applicants stand out in today’s job market? Scoring an internship helps. Working alongside faculty in a significant research project adds points. A highly regarded certification brings a resume to the top of the pile.
Although the prospects of massive technological changes ahead may be daunting, business leaders with a global mindset or immigrant mentality are the most likely to prosper.
Two alums’ apply a page from the Oakland Athletics’ playbook at work and in school.
Oldest of six overcomes struggles to graduate with two degrees.
New research shows that after receiving a financial incentive for sharing expertise, users offered advice ‐ for free — later on and increased their social ties in the application.
How can media companies adapt to competitive video gaming to remain a leading engagement and delivery platform for sports entertainment? Information systems students Joshua Ballard, Jessica Sheldon, William Farmer have the winning answers.
The objectives of the two-day, in-person workshop during the first week of April was to reinforce the fundamentals of business analysis and give students an opportunity to meet with and learn from information technology executives.
Students and faculty who are members of the Actionable Analytics Lab have partnered with the sportswear giant to help it make better, more informed decisions using data.
Industry and academic leaders meet to discuss, debate, and present ideas on how to attract, nurture, and retain people with the right artificial intelligence skills, as well as new ways of organizing teams of individuals to leverage the digitization trends.