MISA takes pride in showing off our talented club members! Companies like State Farm, USAA, APS, Protiviti & Epic have recruited at our meetings. Who will be next?
It always helps to sharpen your skills in today’s competitive IT industry. That’s why we use sites like Codecademy to learn Python & discuss upper-level coursework.
We acknowledge that your college experience should expand beyond the classroom. As a member of MISA, we’ll make sure to show you the fun side of MIS with volunteer opportunities, club trips, games and more!
The Management Information Systems Association (MISA) was founded over 10 years ago to be the professional club associated with the MIS Department at the Eller College of Management. We provide a friendly forum for students that have shown an interest in MISA opportunities to interact with each other, share experiences, and network with one another. To this end, we facilitate various event and services that help them to develop professionally, technically, and socially
Hey MISA members! We’ve had a great semester so it’s time to kick it off with a end of semester ugly sweater/white elephant party! This means: free food! wear your ugliest Christmas/holiday sweater. bring a wrapped up gift that costs around $5. Whether it’s a $5 Starbucks gift card or $5 of your favorite candy,[…]
We’re very excited to announce that State Farm will be hosting an information session with MISA to discuss opportunities within their Systems(IT) Department. Those interested may want to know that State Farm recently invested over $600 million into their new Tempe location . The session will be held on September 30th at 5pm in McClelland Hall’s MicroAge lab (218J). We[…]
MISA’s schedule of events is now live! Please check out the calendar and see what we have in store this semester! We look forward to meeting our new members, as well as seeing some familiar faces around. It should be a fun and exciting semester! Have a question? Send us a message here.
This semester, MISA is hosting a design competition for our Spring 2015 member t-shirts. There are minimal rules, including a preferred MISA and AZ logo and no profanity, to make room for your creativity! Email your designs to email@example.com by February 15th at 11:59 PM. Good luck, everyone!
Xiaomi, a startup company from China, is generating a lot of buzz in the tech industry with their latest smartphone, the Mi Note. It’s cheaper than the Iphone 6 plus, has a bigger battery, better camera and more memory but is it a better phone? Read Business Insider’s article below to find out! Click here to[…]
Microsoft held a conference today at their headquarters in Washington to discuss their newest operating system, Windows 10, and a few new gadgets. This is big news considering the negative feedback from Windows 8 and the increasing amount of competition in the tech industry. Click on the article on below from The Verge to read[…]
During one of our MISA meetings, senior MIS major Minwoo Park gave club members an early look at his new iOS application, Pine. Park shared a Vimeo video, which can be viewed below, to help show MISA how the application works. Check out the video below and make sure to stop by our next meeting[…]
Message from MISA president, Bader Mohammed Ja’afar: On behalf of the Executive Board Members and myself, we wanted to first thank everyone for their continued support and active interest in the organization. After a very eventful first month, MISA took a short hiatus to convene with its Executive Board to assess next steps and the[…]
Steve Zipperman Datalink Information Session September 19, 2014 Hello everyone, Steve Zipperman would like to address MISA members and dissimenate information regarding their company, and recruitment opportunities. For those who don’t know, Steve Zipperman is the son of Walt Zipperman. Walt Zipperman is the sponsor of the Zipperman Scholorships. This is a great opportunity to[…]
MISA has been invited by Zonathon to participate in raising money for the Children’s Miracle Network. Zonathon is a student-run non-profit that raises money for the Children’s Miracle Network, which provides funding to families that can’t afford the expensive treatment for chronic illnesses in children. The way they raise money is by doing, not a regular[…]