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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

CIS 720 Seminar- Dr. Keola Donaghy on Indigenous Research Methods

Please join us on Monday, Feb 12, at 4:30 for a talk by Dr. Keola Donaghy on Indigenous Research Methods: Mele, Metaphor, and Memory: Exploring Hawaiian Conceptualizations Dr. Donahy will discuss the development of the “Ahupua‘a as Mele” metaphor as an example of a theoretical model based on a Hawaiian conceptualization that can be applied […]

CIS 720 Seminar- Dr. Brent Oppengaad in Research Agendas as Gardens

Please join us Monday Jan 22 at 4:30 in Hamilton Library 3F for a talk by Dr. Brent Oppengaard, of the School of Communications.   Title:  A Research Agenda as a Garden: Tending Multiple Projects, Grants, Papers, etc., for Bearing Fruit   Description:    Academic work isn’t like a factory line; it’s more of a […]

CIS 720 Seminar- Stacia Garlach on her recent HICSS conference paper

Please join us on Nov 27th for a talk by CIS PhD student Stacia Garlach on her recent conference paper (to HICSS) and her ongoing research towards her dissertation topic. See you in 3F Hamilton Library 4:30.   Title: ‘I’m supposed to see that?’ AdChoices Usability in the Mobile Environment Abstract: The Digital Advertising Alliance […]

       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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