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Thursday, April 28, 2011

MS MIS Program Spotlight

Did you know the Huntsman School's Master's of Science in Management Information Systems (MS MIS) program is the fastest growing graduate program in the Huntsman School of Business? In fact, the program has seen a 70 percent increase in its admission within the last year and a 100 percent increase in MS MIS graduates over 2009.

To learn more about the MS MIS program, please visit the program's website, here.

Meet Associates of the Master's of Science in Management Information System Program

Faculty Highlights
  • The Business Intelligence (BI) Group headed by David Olsen has five working papers and three accepted and/or forthcoming conference papers, one of which was awarded the "Business Intelligence Congress Innovation in Pedagogy Award" at the second Business Intelligence Congress.
  • Yong Seog Kim was invited as an editorial board member of Journal of Emerging Trends in Computing and Information Sciences.
  • John D. Johnson led a group of students to the Microsoft Imagine Cup US finals where they finished in second place. The team developed a Facebook App that people can use to lend directly to entrepreneurs.
  • Pam Dupin-Bryant authored studies on ethical behavior in cybersquatting and softlifting as resources for educators.
  • Kelly Fadel co-authored a paper entitled "Knowledge Exploration and Exploitation: The Impacts of Psychological Climate and Knowledge Management System Access," Which appeared in the Information Systems Research journal, a Financial Times top 40 journal.
  • Robert Hayden joined the department as the associate director of the MSMIS program. Dr. Hayden's career included steps as department head and dean of the School of Computing, BYU-Hawaii, and vice president of instruction at Otero Junior College. Dr. Hayden was also cast as a stunt double for Larry Wilcox on the popular television series "CHiPs".

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