Masters & Doctoral Study in AIS

Are you interested in studying AIS at the masters or doctoral level? If so, then the following AIS section members have agreed to discuss opportunities for AIS graduate study. Note that this list is not a complete representation of AIS programs and will be updated when more people are identified as volunteer contacts.

University Professor Email Program(s)
Florida State University Greg Gerard ggerard@business.fsu.edu Masters, Doctoral
Rutgers University Miklos Vasarhelyi miklosv@andromeda.rutgers.edu Masters, Doctoral
University of Arkansas Vern Richardson VRichardson@walton.uark.edu Doctoral
University of Central Florida Steve Sutton sgsutton@ucf.edu Doctoral
University of South Florida Uday Murthy umurthy@usf.edu Masters, Doctoral
University of Kentucky Dan Stone dan.stone.ky@uky.edu Doctoral
Virginia Tech Reza Barkhi reza@vt.edu Masters, Doctoral
West Virginia University Rick Dull richard.dull@mail.wvu.edu Masters, Doctoral

Letter from the President

Greetings AIS Members,
I want to thank everyone that helped make the AIS Midyear Meeting in Orlando a great success! I especially want to thank Bachman Fulmer, David Wang, Kim Church, and Margaret Christ.

The meeting kicked off with an awesome New Faculty Consortium led by Margaret Christ.  Margaret put together a fabulous program.  The program included advice about becoming an effective and engaging AIS professor, producing innovative and rigorous AIS research, and a panel on early career advice.  The sessions were lively and engaging!   Thank you, Margaret, and all those that volunteered to present at the consortium.

The Power BI workshop on Thursday afternoon received rave reviews.  Thank you to Guido Geerts for once again sharing his time and talent with faculty looking to add some data and analytics to their curriculum. Thanks also to Kim Church and Margarita Lenk for helping Guido in the workshop...

 

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Journal of Information Systems

Journal of Information Systems

The Journal of Information Systems (JIS) is the academic journal of the Accounting Information Systems (AIS) Section of the American Accounting Association. Its goal is to support, promote, and advance Accounting Information Systems knowledge. The primary criterion for publication in JIS is contribution to the accounting information systems (AIS), accounting and auditing domains by the application or understanding of information technology theory and practice.

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