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Management Information Systems @

Naveen Jindal School of Management

Creating Value Through IT-Driven Business Intelligence

Spring 2012

Jindal BuildingWe are pleased to present the Spring 2012 Management Information Systems Newsletter from the Information Systems area of UT Dallas. One recent significant event and a major milestone for the management school was its naming as the Naveen Jindal School of Management. The Jindal School’s MBA programs (full-time and part-time) have continued to climb in the recently released U.S. News & World Report annual rankings. The graduate MIS program ranked No. 19 in the same list. We hosted the Tenth Annual Big XII+ MIS Research Symposium in April. We continue to expand our curriculum in response to industry needs. Expansion highlights this semester include the development of a graduate healthcare IT certificate program and a new course, Information and Knowledge Management in Healthcare, which introduces students to EPIC, a market-leading EMR software. We have been hearing about accomplishments of alumni in their workplaces, and we have highlighted one such story here. We are also happy to share news about one of our undergraduate students receiving one of the competitive scholarships that SAP America awards every year. Please visit our website to learn more about MIS@UT Dallas. We welcome your comments.

RECENT HAPPENINGS
Jindal School Hosts Annual Big XII+ MIS Research Symposium
U.S. News & World Report Ranks Graduate MIS Program No. 19
Graduate Healthcare IT Certificate Program To Launch This Fall
New Electronic Medical Records Course Offered
 
STUDENT SPOTLIGHT
MIS Major Wins $5,000 SAP Scholarship
Freshman Charles Adams Shares His Thoughts on the
BS in MIS Degree Program
Grad Student Ye Xiang on the MS ITM Program at UT Dallas
 
ALUMNI HIGHLIGHT
UT Dallas Alumnus Contributes to Innovation at Ericsson
 
FACULTY ACCOMPLISHMENTS
UT Dallas MIS Research Productivity is No. 3 in UTD Rankings
 
CORPORATE OUTREACH
Local Companies Welcome MIS Students
Zynga's Mark Skaggs visits UT Dallas
Spring ITM Career Forum
Corporate Visitors Address Information Systems Students

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