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Sky Kauweloa recipient of the Dan J. Wedemeyer Excellence in Teaching Award

Sky Kauweloa is the recipient of the Dan J. Wedemeyer Excellence in Teaching Award for Graduate Teaching Assistants for year 2016. The Teaching Award for Graduate Teaching Assistants honors a School of Communications Graduate Teaching Assistant and CIS student who has demonstrated outstanding teaching skill and concern for student learning. The award is named in […]

CIS720 Seminar by Dr. Marjan Houshmand and talk on research using existing data sets

Please join us for the CIS720 PhD seminar Hamilton Library 3F 4:30 -5:30 Monday, October 3rd 2016 Dr. Marjan Houshmand will talk about conducting research using existing data sets, the opportunities and the compromises. She will talk about how she developed her dissertation research and continues to develop this research stream after the serendipitous discovery […]

CIS720 Seminar by Dr. Rich Gazan, Astrobiology publication as interdisciplinary archaeology

Please join us for CIS720 Seminar with our speaker, Dr. Rich Gazan. He will talk about his research project during last semester’s sabbatical. Hamilton Library 3F 4:30-5:30 See you there or on Halawai. Abstract: Astrobiology publication signatures as interdisciplinary archaeology. Astrobiology is inherently interdisciplinary, but actionable methods to encourage and measure interdisciplinary science are scarce. […]

       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 […]

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