ISSCM ranked among best information systems programs in nation

ISSCM ranked among best information systems programs in nation

ISSCM ranked among best in nation

 The Department of Information Systems and Supply Chain Management in the UNCG Bryan School of Business and Economics is among the top 50 information systems programs in the nation as ranked by IS Job Index.

The listing identifies universities with an information systems-focused major and demonstrated excellence as proved by U.S. News and World Report rankings, programs and/or faculty listed on the Association for Information Systems (AIS) collection of journals, or by AIS student chapters.

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Tysinger-Temple to be awarded UNCG entrepreneur award

Lolly Wolly Doodle founder and CEO Brandi Tysinger-Temple, who grew a children’s clothing manufacturing business from her garage to a strong force on social media, will be honored with UNCG’s Entrepreneur Extraordinaire Award Wednesday, Sept. 25.

The annual award, presented by the UNCG Entrepreneurship Cross-Disciplinary Program and the Bryan School of Business and Economics, honors exceptional, innovative entrepreneurship activities and success that make a major difference to the industry and the greater community. Last year, the award was given to Stephen A. Goveia, the corporate vice president of Tectura, the No. 1 information technology supplier to Microsoft.

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Introducing IT

Introducing IT

Women in IT

The Bryan School and UNCG faculty work to promote the IT field to preteen girls.  How you may ask?

Campers got a week-long crash course in robotics, how to build a computer,website and mobile app development, video game design, photography and videography, and other career possibilities the information technology field has to offer.

Those kind of light bulb moments are one factor that inspired Dr. Lakshmi Iyer, a UNCG associate professor and director of graduate programs for the Bryan School’s Department of Information Systems and Supply Chain Management, to found the IT is for Girls summer program five years ago.  The declining number of women choosing information technology as a career was another.

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