Student Chapter competitions provide students opportunities to learn, observe and develop their skills with current industry leaders. The aim is to allow students to take their classroom knowledge and apply it to real-life situations they might face in the workforce.
Do you find the exploration of technological impacts, such as the use of Internet of Things (IoT) to improve organizational efficiency or affect quality of life, intriguing? Curious about how modern information technologies transform the way individuals and organizations make choices? New this year is our case study competition where you can choose one from three cases study scenarios below, to explore and compete for the cash prize.
Again this year, the Analytics Challenge is brought to you by the Institute for Business and Information Technology (IBIT) at Temple University. If data analysis/business analytics is your forte, review this year’s challenge and get your data game on to compete for awards in two overall categories – graphic and analysis. Details on deliverables, deadlines and how to enter your submission in the competition are provided in each use case. Teams or individual entries are welcome.
Discussions of blockchain are capturing the news, occupy boardroom discussions, and creating buzz in business, governments, and technology circles around the world. Blockchain technology has the potential to transform the way businesses operate and has potentially wide-ranging applications from banking to finance to healthcare to insurance. The AIS-University of Arkansas Blockchain Hackathon Challenge provides an opportunity for student teams to compete for cash prizes as you explore the possibilities of a future on the blockchain.
The Software Innovation Challenge focuses on information systems solutions, innovations and initiatives that help make the world a better, safer place for organizations and society in general.