We’re excited to welcome in the University of Southern Indiana to AIS Student Chapters!
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About the ACM-Microsoft Student Research Competition The ACM Student Research Competition (SRC), sponsored by Microsoft, offers a unique forum for undergraduate and graduate students to present their original research at well-known ACM sponsored and co-sponsored conferences before a panel of judges and attendees (http://src.acm.org/about). Click >here< for the event details.
Talk about hard work! The AIS students at FIU (their team is called Data Panthers) came together and after a few weeks of some serious data crunching, are now going to Madrid as finalists in a competition hosted by Banco Santander, a major financial firm in the eurozone. FIU will be up against other finalist […]
Please welcome our newest charter, the University of Cincinnati IS Club! We look forward to hearing from you in the annual reports and our annual Leadership Conference and Competitions.
Has your Student Chapter made any new-years resolutions? If you have, stop by our Facebook page and leave some comments! If you haven’t, it’s not to late to add the 2016 Competitions and Leadership Conference to the things to do list! >Facebook< Welcoming in the new year, we’d also like to give a warm welcome […]
Here’s a warm welcome to our newest Student Chapters at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro! We look forward to seeing your involvement as a Chapter and hearing from you in your Annual Report!
One of the main benefits for students joining the Wayne State University Student Chapter of AIS is to gain a major competitive advantage in the IT field. The organization is new and was formed in 2014, but strives to provide numerous benefits to its members. Not only do members of the association gain important insights […]
The Saint Joseph University’s AIS chapter has gone to great lengths in the past year to grow the relevance and importance of Business Intelligence and Information Systems (BITS). The organization seeks to create value for members through events promoting professional development. It is designed to act as a resource to Business Intelligence majors and minors providing members with resources to build resumes, network and become more involved on campus…
AIS chapters around the world have dedicated the past year to bringing awareness to IS and IT programs both on and off campus. The Association of Information Systems at the American University in Cairo has excelled at promoting the AIS mission. The chapter was established and accredited in March of 2010 and has since been working to spread awareness, recruit and establish the organization across the community.
Only just last week Prince Sultan University and the University of Dayton chartered a student chapter, and this week we are excited to welcome Dakota State University as well!