Community embeddedness

Excellent students, highly ranked academic programs, and leading-edge research are only a part of our definition of success in the Department of Information Systems. Social engagement and community embeddedness are a key part of our identity and mission.

Our programs

We look forward to working with you, whether you represent a local K—12 school, a corporate partner, or community organization. Learn more about the many ways you can partner with the Department of Information Systems to improve your organization or attain your goals.

Secret Code of Business

The Secret Code of Business workshop is a middle school outreach program that promotes STEM education within business.

Community Instruction Program

Learn basic computing taught by student members of the Department of Information Systems’ DISC club at the Tempe Public Library. Offered twice a week during the fall and spring semester, the classes are free and open to the public, and can help Valley residents improve their computer skills to build a business, land a job, or communicate better over the web.

Industry partnerships

Industry partnerships provide a critical link between faculty, students, and industry in our field to achieve program quality and relevance.

Community-based research labs

By working on research with our community partners, we're advancing the information systems and business analytics industries and society as a whole.

Current projects
  • adidas
  • Arizona Office of the Attorney General
  • ASU EdPlus
  • ASU-Mayo Clinic Initiatives
  • BookCube
  • Picmonic
  • Ports America
  • PpDai
  • Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
  • SIM Advanced Practices Council

Research labs

The Actionable Analytics Lab bridges the gap between academic research and applied execution, solving real-world problems of high societal impact and practicality.

The Digital Society Initiative collaborates with industry stakeholders to answer questions of strategic importance to the digital society.

Contact us

Department of Information Systems
BAC 601