Faculty members across the school contribute to and edit prestigious academic journals, and are sought out as experts in their fields by such media outlets as The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Forbes, Businessweek, USA Today, CNN, and National Public Radio. Explore our directory to learn more about the Department of Information Systems faculty.
Key Research Areas
Department of Information Systems students work alongside faculty mentors as they conduct and publish research, providing consultation to local businesses and creating strategies to address real-world business challenges. Key areas in which department faculty conduct research are as follows:
- Business analytics and Big Data
- Health information technology
- IT-enabled services and process innovations
- Information economics and strategy
- Information security and privacy
- Social media, e-commerce, and mobile platforms
Center for Advancing Business Through Information Technology (CABIT)
CABIT supports value creation in information technology through undergraduate, graduate, executive, and professional development programs, as well as industry partnerships and research. CABIT research elucidates the business value and impact of IT in areas such as business intelligence, information privacy, data mining and machine learning, open innovation, and more.