Below are a few stories that we saved from past posts.

While technically “old news”, we still think they are worth a read.

Student Chapter Spotlight: AIS BYU

The AIS student chapter at Brigham Young University is having a banner year. Membership is up, club sponsors are up and student activity and involvement is way up...

Third Annual Student Chapter Award Winners

AIS is proud to announce the winners of the Second Annual Student Chapter Awards for the 2011-2012 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...

Student Chapter Spotlight: DISC, Arizona State University

Recipient of the 2011 AIS Distinguished student Chapter award, The Department of Information Systems Club (DISC) at the W. P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University (ASU) is a community for students interested in solving business problems through technology...

Student Chapter Spotlight: ITM Club, University of Michigan-Dearborn

The ITM Club at the University of Michigan-Dearborn (UM-D) is constantly striving to reach a new level of excellence while facing the challenges that come with being a small, suburban Detroit commuter school of about 6,800 students. Winner of the Inaugural AIS Distinguished Student Chapter Award in 2009-2010...

The 2012 AIS Student Leadership Conference, a Huge Success!

From April 26-28, 2012, AIS Student chapters from around the world traveled to the heart of the great Rocky Mountains and converged on Provo, Utah, the home to Brigham Young University's Marriott School of Management...

Inaugural Student Competition Winners

Finalists in the Inaugural AIS Student Chapter Competition were on site in Provo, Utah from April 26-28, 2102 to compete in the finals. All finalists received finalist medals, and winners received plaques.Three winners from each track were selected based on a number of different judging criteria...