AIS is proud to announce the winners of the Second Annual Student Chapter Awards for the 2010-2011 academic year. These chapters exemplify the ‘best of the best’ among the currently chartered student chapters, and truly personify the best practices that fulfill the mission of the AIS Student Chapters to further the goals and aspirations of IS students around the world.
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AIS is pleased to announce that the following teams have been selected as finalists for the 2011-2012 AIS Student Competition. Congratulations! Finalists are invited to compete onsite in April at Brigham Young University on April 26-28, 2012.
The Alabama Information Management Society (AIMS) at The University of Alabama was delighted to receive the second annual Chapter of the Year Award from AIS. The UA Chapter has been dedicated to becoming one of the premier AIS Chapters, and receiving “Chapter of the Year” shows that their hard work is paying off.
Recipient of the Inaugural Chapter of the Year award for 2009-2010, the Society for Management Information Systems at the University of Georgia (SMIS) has been persistent in setting an example for excellence. Over the past year, they have held over 33 company presentations with a combined estimated value of $4.795 trillion (USD)…
Dr. Dawn G. Gregg is the Interim Director of the Bard Center for Entrepreneurship, and an Associate Professor at the University of Colorado Denver. She has been on the AIS Student Chapter Advisory Board for the past year and is currently serving as the Chairman of the AIS Student Chapter Awards subcommittee.
AIS is proud to announce the winners of the First Annual Student Chapter Awards. These chapters exemplify the ‘best of the best’ among 65 currently chartered student chapters, and truly personify the best practices that fulfill the mission of the AIS Student Chapters to further the goals and aspirations of IS students around the world.