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Awards and opportunities mark end of 2018, beginning of 2019

There was more to celebrate in December than graduation, the completion of the fall semester, and holiday break. Information systems faculty and students received prestigious awards for research and innovations that are making waves in the industry.

Age is no obstacle for this senior

At just 18-years-old, Justin Nhieu hopes to take his philanthropy and experience to the next level: the President of the United States.

International alum finds support and success

With more than 2,000 international students calling W. P. Carey home, alumni Pierre Moeckel discusses how ASU gave him the opportunity to study his passion and experience American culture.

Unique W. P. Carey partnership launches 12-week digital consulting certificate

Faculty from the Department of Information Systems in ASU’s W. P. Carey School of Business will provide instruction in a new certificate co-developed by the university and Cognizant, a leading provider of information technology, consulting, and business process services.

Software vs. software: How AI could find and fight video bots online

Information systems professors Victor Benjamin and Raghu Santanam are pitting software against software and hoping to help platform providers like YouTube and Instagram fight fake videos with insights from artificial intelligence.

How to succeed in the Fourth Industrial Revolution

Professor and Chair of Information Systems Raghu Santanam says leaders will be required to be bold, have a long-term perspective, and possess an uncanny ability to pivot to succeed as we move into the future.

What it's like to intern

They are not all about serving coffee, making copies, and running errands. The active participation in an organization offers valuable, hands-on experience in exchange for motivation and time.

America’s Digital Goddess gives back to CIS women

The new Kim Komando CIS Scholarship is for female students in the W. P. Carey School who are majoring in computer information systems and have a minimum GPA of 3.5.

Stay or stray: Which behavior strengthens online communities?

There are more groups and more goods for online community knowledge-sharing.

High-fives all around: Imagine Cup, professors’ promotions, and NSF grant

Information systems students and faculty have been thriving this fall semester, receiving awards, promotions, and research grants.