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.
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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!
A warm welcome to two new Student Chapters, Prince Sultan University and The University of Dayton – We look forward to hearing about how your chapters have done in the annual reports!
Congratulations to all the Student Chapters! It was great seeing your hard work in the submissions for the Student Chapter Competitions and having a chance to see what your chapters have done through the Annual Reports. View the full post for the awards list –
Today’s post covers how the Student Chapter at the University of Delaware is doing after choosing to rebuild their org. After deciding to reform their Student Org in the 2011-2012 period, they had a lot of work ahead of themselves…
Organizing a group of 30 or 40 can seem a daunting task, but what about hundreds? How do you keep everyone involved, let alone organized? Today’s post features the AIS Student Chapter at the University of Alabama and what they do to retain and organize their member base (of 247 students), and although that’s a large group, I guarantee that smaller Student Chapters can also benefit.
How has your Student Chapter helped the community? This past year, the Student Chapter at the University of Georgia, called the Society for MIS (SMIS), has had an impact in not only their local community, but across the nation.
More than likely, you know someone from your student chapter who’s either already graduated or will be graduating very soon. And although some people see graduation as the end of their involvement on campus, graduation can be a brand new beginning! That’s right, this post is all about alumni…
Outside of recruiting new members, fundraising is perhaps one of the hardest things to do in a Club. If you’re in charge of fundraising and are fortunate, your University provides some sort of funding for student orgs.
We are pleased to announce that the following winning teams from the 2013-2014 AIS Student Competition. The winning teams competed onsite at the 2014 AIS Student Chapter Leadership Conference and Competition, hosted by Arizona State University and held at Tempe Mission Palms on March 20-22, 2014. Congratulations!