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Prof. Sulin Ba

Management Information Systems

MIS teaches skills that lie at the interface between business functions and information technologies. These include highly sought after proficiencies that help you identify technology improvements in business practices including accounting, finance, marketing, operations and everything in between, formulate creative solutions, manage teams that will implement solutions and understand business requirements with the perspective of technologies.

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Information Management Association

IMA is the student club for MIS majors that helps connect members with company recruiters and professional opportunities. Any student with an IT and business interest can join and pursue career development and networking. Contact us and become a member today!

RSS Latest from MIS

  • Blockchain presented by RapidQube November 14, 2018
    On Friday November 9th, Christopher Day, a business advisor from RapidQube, hosted a workshop in the Gladstein Lab on Blockchain. His workshop built upon some of the information he previously presented in two workshops, An Introduction to Blockchain and Blockchain in Business. In his workshop he explained what Blockchain is, gave students some background on […]
  • We’re Hiring! Come join the Innovate Team! November 14, 2018
    For students looking for spring employment, look no further! OPIM Innovate will be filling the following positions for this Spring 2019. (Looking to start end of Fall 2018) Student Computer Lab Specialist–  OPIM Innovate is looking for student workers to test and give presentations on the new technologies the Innovate Lab has to offer and […]
  • Student Spotlight – Michael Greco November 9, 2018
    In his one short year here at the University of Connecticut, Michael Greco has made sure to get as involved as he can to make the most of his college experience. Greco, a sophomore from Trumbull, CT, grew up surrounded by the IT world. Greco’s father has worked in IT for around thirty years and […]
  • Industrial Applications of IoT Workshop November 6, 2018
    On Friday November 2nd OPIM Innovate held a workshop on Industrial IoT, hosted by adjunct Professor Ryan O’Connor. During this workshop Professor O’Connor was able to explain to students what IoT is, its growing trends in the market, and the IoT offerings of Splunk. “The goal of most technologies today is to become internet connected,” […]

RSS OPIM – School of Business

  • Who should profit from the sale of patient data? November 20, 2018
    Brookings Institution – – Patients’ medical data constitute a cornerstone of the big data economy. A multi-billion dollar industry operates by collecting, merging, analyzing and packaging patient data and selling it to the highest bidder. Read article
  • Now in session, Splunk for IIoT at UConn November 13, 2018
    Silicon Angle – If anybody wants a good job in technology these days, they’re going to have to get familiar with data analytics. Heck, a lot of jobs outside of tech are starting to demand some data literacy. Savvy schools are helping students pregame for the job hunt with courses that teach hands-on data analytics....  […]
  • Students Use High-Tech Analytics to Optimize Plant Growth November 9, 2018
    On select Tuesday nights, senior Radhika Kanaskar pops on warm boots and a heavy coat, and prepares for her management information systems class at UConn’s Spring Valley Farm. Having class in a greenhouse, five miles away from the bustle of the main campus in Storrs, appeals to Kanaskar because it merges her interests in gardening,...  […]
  • Inaugural Entrepreneurship & Innovation Expo Draws Many October 30, 2018
    Nursing students Jasmeen Mohammed and Katlin DiPietro couldn’t wait to tell visitors at the Fall Entrepreneurship & Innovation Expo about their project designed to calm elderly patients when they’re in the hospital. Through the School of Nursing Healthcare Innovation Program they are working to install a tablet within the stomach of a teddy bear. Elderly...  […]