CIS is sponsored by four units:
The deadline for all applicants is February 1, 2018, for fall admission.
For more information on admission requirements please visit Office of Graduate Education, Prospective Students web page and Application page.
News & Events
Please join us for a talk by Dr. Edoardo Biagioni (aka “Edo”) of the ICS department on his research on peer-to-peer networks. Monday Sept 18, 4:30 – 5:30 Hamilton Library 3F Networking for All (AllNet): networks by and for people Electronic communication generally uses wires or fixed infrastructure. However, most networking technology is […]
Please join us on Monday, September 11th at 4:30 PM in Hamilton Library to hear a talk on establishing academic identity via ORCID and on open access by Kathleen Luschek, who is an educational specialist, technical writer and a librarian specializing in scientific publications, working in Desktop Network Services department of Hamilton Library, University of Hawai’i at […]
Please join us for Monday’s CIS720 seminar on 8/28/2017 (Hamilton Library 3F at 4:40 PM). During this seminar several CIS students will present their experiences and accomplishments gained on the conferences they attended this year. The students who will be presenting in the spirit of “slam” (maximum 5 minutes each) are: Wiebke Reile- with the presentation Television […]
The University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa Graduate Council has selected CIS student and School of Communications TA Sky Kauweloa to receive the Frances Davis Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching for Graduate Teaching Assistants. This highly competitive award honors the top teaching assistant at UH Mānoa. Sky’s accomplishment highlights the many outstanding teacher-scholars present in […]
CIS Alumni Testimonials
- Trisha Tsui-Chuan Lin, 2007 CIS Alumna
Associate Professor, Department of Radio & Television, National Chengchi University, Taiwan “ CIS has equipped me with fundamental capabilities to cope with future challenge in teaching and research.” In the digital age, the converging phenomena among media, computer technology, and telecommunication infrastructure shape societies significantly […]
- Gregory Carlton, 2006 CIS Alumni
Professor, Computer Information Systems Department, Cal Poly Pomona, California “CIS allowed me the freedom to develop my research in an area that did not fit within any single discipline.” The flexibility available to students of the multidisciplinary approach of the doctoral program in Communication and […]