FIU students capture top awards in business analytics and blockchain at national technology conference.

FIU students capture top awards in business analytics and blockchain at national technology conference.

Members of AIS@FIU entered this year’s national competition in Philadelphia as one of the relatively “new kids” on the block, a young chapter eager to make its mark. They left as champions, coming away with four awards: first- and second-place finishes in team competitions, and two additional recognitions for chapter achievement. An FIU undergraduate team […]

FIU Business’ “Data Panthers” win U.S. leg of Santander NEO’s Challenge, advance to Madrid.

While they study analytics every day, it’s rare that students in FIU’s Information Systems and Business Analytics Department (ISBA) have the chance to work with massive real-world financial data. That’s why global financial giant Banco Santander’s first Santander NEO´s Challenge, an international university competition, posed an incredible opportunity to put their classroom knowledge to a […]

Faculty Notes: August 2011

School of Accounting Wendy Gelman has been promoted to senior instructor. Department of Marketing Two articles by John Tsalikis, BMI associate professor of marketing, will be included in a 2012 30th anniversary commemorative issue of The Journal of Business Ethics, the leading academic publication in the area of business ethics. The 50 selections were based […]

CIO Lunch and Learn illuminates the impact of agile development.

Whether through hands on projects or special events, the College of Business Administration at Florida International University (FIU) makes sure students see the real-world implications and application of what they learn in class. Recently, a number of those studying agile development in their graduate Master of Science in Management Information Systems (MSMIS) program saw how […]

PhD students look for patterns—in teaching strategies and creative projects.

Nicole Wishart and David Hinds, both PhD students in the Department of Decision Sciences and Information Systems (DSIS) in the College of Business Administration, are focusing on patterns. Though the subject matter is quite different—teaching conceptual database design and innovation communities —their findings have a number of features in common, including their practical applicability. Nicole […]