USU AIS is an official student chapter of the Association for Information Systems, the premier professional association for individuals and organizations who lead the research, teaching, practice, and study of information systems worldwide. AIS serves society through the advancement of knowledge and the promotion of excellence in the practice and study of information systems.
Our student chapter operates closely with the Department of Management Information Systems (MIS) and the Jon M. Huntsman School of Business to assist students to gain practical knowledge and skills beyond the classroom, network with industry professionals, and find a great career.
USU AIS provides many opportunities for students to showcase their hard work and effort. Distinguish yourself from your peers by participating in one of our annual events!
Examples of past events include:
Come network with companies that are looking to hire students with your skills. AIS members get in free!
Read all about the MIS teams that took 1st and 2nd place at the annual AIS Student Chapter Conference and Competition
Access to the AIS Canvas page where we post information about upcoming events, internship and employment opportunities, and provide resources to help students prepare for their future career
Events and activities to build skills, develop relationships, and blow off stress!
Invitations to exclusive Q&A sessions with speakers and professionals
Free attendance at the annual MIS Meet The Firms event, Oct 6th, the best opportunity possible to meet company representatives who are interested in hiring USU students
$35.00 - Full Academic Year (Fall and Spring)
$20.00 - Single Semester (Fall) or (Spring)
*Single Semester memberships purchased after November 15 will be applied to Spring Semester. Price to raise to $25 as of November 15 for Single Semester membership
Email email@example.com if you have any questions.
Name: Caleb Wilkinson
Faculty Advisor: Jeffrey Johnson
Club Advisor: Taci Watterson-Balls
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Events are posted on the Huntsman calendar