Our CIS graduate program ranked #8 in the nation according to U.S. News & World Report. - March 2013
Our CIS undergraduate program ranked #8 in the nation according to U.S. News & World Report. -September 2012
Solving strategic business problems by designing computer-based information systems can be an exciting and rewarding career. Information technology jobs are some of the fastest-growing and highest-paying jobs in management. Visit our academic programs section to learn more about our degree offerings. Our premier programs and top-notch faculty are widely recognized as some of the best in the nation. Learn more about the department »
Robinson Announces 2012 Bergeron Scholarship Recipients
Georgia State University's J. Mack Robinson College of Business today announced the recipients of the 2012 Bergeron Women in Technology Leadership Scholarship. Initiated in 2006 with $1.5 million in total funding, the Bergeron Scholars program has already benefitted 30 women, several of whom have graduated and begun their careers.
This is the sixth year in which the scholarship has been awarded to female undergraduate or graduate students in Robinson’s computer information systems program who have demonstrated high potential for leadership careers in technology. Learn more »
Keil named John B. Zellars Professor of Computer Information Systems
Mark Keil, who is renowned for his work in information technology (IT) project management, has been appointed John B. Zellars Professor of Computer Information Systems at Georgia State University’s J. Mack Robinson College of Business. The Zellars Professorship recognizes CIS faculty with outstanding achievements in research, teaching and service; Keil is accomplished in all three areas.
A highly productive scholar, his research focuses on preventing IT project escalation, identifying and managing IT project risks, improving IT project status reporting, and IT implementation and use. Keil is author or co-author of more than 80 refereed journal articles that have been published in leading academic and practitioner journals. Many of his articles have been widely cited by other scholars, and he has received numerous best paper awards for his work. Learn more »
CIS professor receives $150K for telestroke research
Lars Mathiassen - professor of computer information systems, Georgia Research Alliance Eminent Scholar and co-founder of the Center for Process Innovation (CEPRIN) at the J. Mack Robinson College of Business - is spearheading a project that has received $150,000 in funding for research in incorporating telehealth with stroke preparedness.
Telehealth technology encompasses telecommunication devices that assist with delivery of medical advice across distance. Mathiassen and a post-doctorate researcher at CEPRIN, Rajendra Singh, are collaborating with Genentech, a pharmaceutical company that produces the stroke treatment medicine, tPA, which stands for tissue plasminogen activator and is used as a blood-thinning agent. Learn more »