MIS Scholarships and Awards

 

Undergraduate Awards and Scholarships

Awarded to graduating seniors in MIS and OSCM that have made significant contributions to the MIS Department through their work in MIS/OSCM student organizations and departmental programs.

AWARD WINNER YEAR
Khirin Dacanay Spring 2022
Allison Miracle Fall 2021
Christopher Brown Spring 2021
Donna Doss Fall 2020
Camden Lowe Spring 2020
Brain Leatherman Fall 2019
Alessandra Laguit Fall 2018
Alexandra Wibowo Spring 2018
Caitlin McHugh Fall 2017
Sarah Harris Spring 2017
Ivan Mendez Gonzalez Fall 2016
Thao Vo Spring 2016

Awarded to graduating seniors in MIS and OM that have demonstrated academic excellence in their MIS studies.

spring 2022
Chris Burney Ron Kirklin
fall 2021
Ria Banerjee Karl Futscher
spring 2021
Katherine David Heather Kirkland Kelsey McClellan Ryan Solaire Hallie Srebnick
Petr Tilstrom Trevor Volpe Wyatt Weisel  
fall 2020
Qilun Hang Ingrid Heim Patrick Lang Lars Severson Isabella Stoesser
Keegan Wick        
spring 2020
John Curley Samuel Feroze Talia Hintermeister Ryan Johnson Jessica Miller
Jessica Wherty        
fall 2019
Morcos Boutros Wonseok Kang Sang Ho Kim Ryan McCurry Ryan Rouhani
Paul Schneider        
fall 2018
Jiatong Chen Jinshan Chen Signe Grant Xiaoyu Lei Danielle Orozco
spring 2018
Steven Blend Peyton Carney Amna Mahzar Kevin Nguyen
fall 2017
Yi Chen Tyler Downey Matthew Labarre Kathryn Lindsey Takeshi Miyauchi
Jacqueline Mwangi        
spring 2017
Courtney Buchanan Kory Chinn Sean Furrier Dorothy Fleur-De-Lis Likas Henry Roden
fall 2016
Rebecca Lynn Paul Siying Tao Kunbo Zhao
spring 2016
Manford Jong Lynn Konrad Caroline Roseri William Yee

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Joelle Benson
Joelle Benson '95 BSBA (MIS). Photo courtesy Joelle Benson.

As an undergraduate Eller MIS student, Joelle Benson was given the opportunity to put into practice the cutting-edge information systems theories she learned in the classroom by working with Regents’ Professor Jay Nunamaker in his Center for the Management of Information (CMI) lab.

Within the CMI lab, Joelle helped conduct research on technology and processes that allow groups to move toward new levels of efficiency and productivity. “The MIS department gave me a solid educational foundation, and challenged me to constantly strive to achieve and succeed post-college.”

Now the Area Vice President, Workspace Solutions Group Enterprise Acquisition for Dell EMC Global Compute & Client Solutions, Joelle is giving back and providing the same type of opportunities she received to current MIS undergraduates.

Joelle’s scholarship, which is partially funded with Dell’s corporate matching program, provides MIS undergraduates the opportunity to participate in hands-on research projects involving analytics in health care during their fall and spring semesters. 


Congratulations to the following awardees:

fall 2020
Donna Doss Rebecca Ryan Shelbie Deatrick Danna Hernandez Mirelle Joevin
Libby Merchant Janice Vuong
spring 2020
Aaron Massis Maria Lacau
fall 2019
Aaron Massis
2017
Sreya Chagarlamudi

The Joseph and Mary Cacioppo Scholarship was established to recognize Juniors who excel in MIS and who show promise for success in the business world.


Congratulations to the following awardees:

Fall 2021
Linnea Andersson Cichen Liu Reza Sanayei
Fall 2020
Michael McCarthy Mya White
spring 2020
Luis Martinez Canuto Sanchez Nicole Svatek
Fall 2019
Luis Martinez Canuto Sanchez Nicole Svatek
spring 2017
Briana Marek Takeshi Miyauchi
Fall 2016
Steven John Reichard Ryan Witt
Spring 2015
Jasmine Hui-hsin Cheng Jenifer Wong
Fall 2014
Jordan Ngoc Nguyen Kc James Seitz
spring 2014
David McKibben
Fall 2013
Monica Wisehart
spring 2013
Haily De La Cruz Vincent Ercolani
Fall 2012
Ryan Jicha Alfred Jimenez
spring 2012
Jay Fielder Amy Vandemark
Fall 2011
Michael Burnell Gabriela Guardiola
Fall 2010
Marina Mora
Fall 2009
Bryce Good Ryan Kolofer

The Konana Scholarship is for full-time undergraduate students at Eller who are majoring in MIS, have at least a 2.0 cumulative GPA and demonstrate financial need. 


Congratulations to the following awardees:

fall 2021
Jared Moon
fall 2020
Jared Moon
fall 2019
Craig Doughty

The Konur Family Scholarship began in 2007 and is given to MIS students who are in their second, third or fourth year of their program. Awards are made to outstanding students based on their merit and promise of success.


Congratulations to the following awardees:

fall 2021
Jasmine Wong
FALL 2020
Desiree Capuano
spring 2020
Thomas Garcia Tyler Nazifi
fall 2019
Sarah Jassim Brandon Parker
spring 2017
Matthew Gauthier
fall 2016
Alejandra Nunez Garcia
spring 2016
Jennifer Monroe
fall 2015
Tyler Williams
spring 2015
Mounica Urity
spring 2014
Demar Ricardo Stewart
spring 2013
Nidhi Arora
fall 2012
Kyle Olsen
spring 2012
Tingting He
fall 2011
Jennifer Dicochea Wendelin Willis
fall 2010
Wendelin Willis
fall 2009
Wendelin Willis
fall 2008
Joshua Mickler

Established in 2010, the LaSalle-Chen Scholarship is available to students with advanced standing in MIS or Operations Management. The scholarship’s goal is to encourage and support students with significant academic promise that have overcome personal challenges to obtain advanced standing in MIS. The scholarship’s focus is one of encouragement and allowing students to fulfill their promise, and therefore is open to all students who obtain advanced standing in MIS regardless of their current GPA. 

The scholarship is an annual award of $1000, and is renewable as long as the student continues to make progress towards their degree and remains in good academic standing. There will be a total of 5 scholarships awarded per year.

The LaSalle-Chen Scholarship was established in honor of two MIS professors. Dr. Jim LaSalle is Professor Emeritus of the MIS Department at the University of Arizona, having served the MIS department and the University for more than 30 years as a master teacher. Dr. Hsinchun Chen is a UA Regents' Professor of MIS at the University of Arizona. He has served the MIS department and The University for 30 years and has been a prolific researcher.


Congratulations to the following students who were awarded the LaSalle-Chen Scholarship!

spring 2022  
Cade Dacosta

Rodina Katbah

 

fall 2021

Anthony Gallegos

Norma Gutierrez

Georgina Owusu-Bio

spring 2020
Desiree Capuano Annika Etheredge Defago

Fall 2019

Brandon Parker

Craig Doughty

Sarah Jassim

Spring 2018

Daniel Dickson

Juan Pablo Penaloza

 

Fall 2017

 Tristan Giles

Courtney Ong

Jorge Alberto Dominguez

Spring 2017

Alan Escalante

Jacob Boubion

Fall 2016

 Alexandra K. Gomez

Jacob D. Lassiter

Marc P. Duggan

Spring 2016

Ebitie Amughan

Guadalupe Angeles

Jonathan Korth

Brek Thompson

Fall 2015

Matthew Leeper

Steven Cabrera

 

Spring 2015

Ebitie Thomasina Amughan

Jonathan Michael Korth

 

Fall 2014

Calvin Barreras

Adrian Ulises Gonzalez

Ygochukwu Ume

Spring 2014

Stephen Michael Dolan

Vincent John Ercolani

Tyson Keith

Fall 2013

Huy Quoc Nguyen

Demar Stewart

 

Spring 2013

John Grisham

Jennifer Sinclair

 

Fall 2012

Isaac Ranular Taverns

Vinh Truong

Mo Zhou

Fall 2011

Timothy R. Lujan

Louise McDermott

 

Fall 2010

Caryn Conde

Lavanya Harish

Jamie Meadows

Created in 2020, the Mike and Gail Stoner Scholarship was created to provide up to a full-tuition scholarship to a deserving undergraduate student(s). 


Congratulations to the following awardees:

fall 2021
Meagan Nichols
fall 2020
Ryan Pinkerton

The University of Arizona Foundation’s Outstanding Senior Awards program was established in 1971 to recognize the outstanding performances of the University's best seniors.

Every fall and spring semester, the academic departments within the Eller College nominate one graduating senior from their major for this award.

The Arizona Foundation Outstanding Senior for the Eller College is selected by a committee who interviews the individual department nominees. Final selection is made by weighing the candidates’ academic and extra-curricular achievements.

Congratulations to the following who have represented the MIS department over the years.

award winner

YEAR 

Maria Cafferata Spring 2022

Adam Vella

Fall 2021

Daniel Barney

Fall 2020

Jayasangeetha Thanikachalam

Spring 2020

Madison Stidham

Fall 2019

Andras Szep

Spring 2019

Courtney Ong

Fall 2018

Emma Wood

Spring 2018

Ben Ampel

Fall 2017

Hannah Lynn Barry

Spring 2017

Rebecca L. Paul**

Fall 2016

Mounica Urity

Spring 2016

Jieun Huh

Fall 2015

Adam Eugene Crompton

Spring 2015

Allison Gray Merdinger

Fall 2014

Victoria Rose DeHaven

Spring 2014

Lauren Wynn

Fall 2013

Nidhi Arora

Spring 2013

Kyle Olsen

Fall 2012

Ryan FitzPatrick

Spring 2012

Jennifer A. Dicochea

Fall 2011

Joseph Altamirano

Spring 2011

Ryan Kolfer

Fall 2010

Richard Catlin

Spring 2010

** indicates MIS/OM students who won the The Arizona Foundation Outstanding Senior for the Eller College.

William and Florence Schmidt believed in the importance of making available to youth the opportunity to secure a good educational foundation on which to build a better future.

The William and Florence Schmidt scholarships are awarded each year to MIS students who are making satisfactory progress toward their degree.


Congratulations to the following awardees:

spring 2022
Nour Abdelhalim Linnea Andersson Jitendra Baid Veronica Borboa Jesus Corimaya
Briana Cuteri Sydney Huxtable Aaron Massis Meagan Nichols Georgina Owusu-Bio
Ishan Shah Austin Victors Katherine Wu    
fall 2021
Maxwell Baruch Justice Craig Tam Duong Kyrah Hughley Lydia Mitchell
Griffin Rettig Joseph Ross Jeffrey Wright Ming Zeng  
Fall 2020
Daniel Barney Donna Doss Ingrid Heim Patrick Lang Isabella Stoesser
Lars Severson Keegan Wick Qilun Hang Tam Duong Jasmine Wong
Ahana Singh Elizabeth Covely Heather Kirkland    
spring 2020
Jaya Thanikachalam Camden Lowe Jessica Wherty Ryan Johnson John Curley
Samuel Feroze Jessica Miller Talia Hintermeister Denisse Farias Cameron Gillette
Heather Kirkland Nicole Svatek      
Fall 2019
Madison Stidham Brian Leatherman Paul Schneider Wonseok Kang Sang Ho Kim
Ryan McCurry Morcus Boutros Ryan Rouhani Jaya Thanikachalam Cameron Gillette
Isabella Gauvreau Nicole Svatek Denisse Farias Heather Kirkland  
Spring 2017
Hannah Barry Courtney Buchanan Kory Chin Sean Furrier Matthew Gauthier
Holden Gerber Sarah Harris Hilla Hascalovici Colin Holetz Kyle Larson
Tiffany Le Natalia Lenkiewicz Dorothy Likas Danielle Orozco Jay Patel
Shivani Patel Steven Reichard Henry Roden Leila Shevins Alexandra Wibowo
Luc Zbonack        
Fall 2016
Alexandra Wibowo Colin Holez Danielle Orozco Ivan Gonzalez Kyle Larson
Natalia Lenkiewicz

Tiffany Le

Rebecca Paul Sarah Harris  
Spring 2016
Tyler Antosh Alyssa Bowles Nicholas DeJaco Sarah Harris Natalie Hayashi
Colin Holetz Manfred Jong Lynn Konrad Natalia Lenkiewicz Zachary Long
Jordan Nguyen Lakismi Punati Caroliine Roseri Nathan Schupp Mounica Urity
Thao Vo William Yee      
Fall 2015
Chen Jiang Grant Suman Jacob Gorin Jamie Storey Jieun Huh
Joshua Knapp Kirsten Smith Lakshmi Punati Laura Le Liran Zhang
Marlano Batson Michael Brown Natalia Lenkiewicz Natalie Hayashi Phyllis Cao
Sarah Harris Sergio Mada Szeyuen Chan William Johnson  Yong Xiang
Spring 2015
Sydney Beke Elisabeth Bollum Adam Crompton Vincent Ercolani Yang He
Bader Ja'afar William Johnson David McKibben Daniella Miller Leah Rothschild
Leila Shevins Elizabeth Simmons      
Fall 2014
Sydney Beke Alec Erceg Jie Feng Kehua Guo Nicole Hatcher
Jieun Huh Jeffery Innes Bader Ja'afar William Johnson III Allison Merdinger
Elizabeth Mumma Leah Rothschild Leila Shevins    
Spring 2014
Andrew Alvarez Jenna Louise Botticelli Colton Cray Adam Crompton Haily De La Cruz
Victoria Rose DeHaven Arthur Jicha Ryan Jicha Kyle LeMontang Alison Raynak
Robert Roberto Jenifer Wong      
Fall 2013
Jenna Botticelli Colton Cray Haily De La Cruz Victoria DeHaven Amy Doherty
Stephen Dolan Vincent Ercolani Arthur Jicha Ryan Jicha Tyson Keith
Kyle LeMontang Elizabeth Mumma Robert Roberto Lauren Wynn  
Spring 2013
Imoette Akpan Megan Boscarillo Scott Buscemi Christina Choe Victoria DeHaven
Christopher Johnson Kyle LeMontang Timothy Olinski Hua-ching Wang Wesley Warshawer
Xiong Xiao Mo Zhou      
Fall 2012
Imoette Akpan Zhao Hu Megan Boscarillo Scott Buscemi Christina Choe
Victoria DeHaven Kyle LeMontang Rose Rice Amy Vandermark Hua-ching Wang
Wesley Warshawer Xiong Xiao      
Spring 2012    
Jessica Foster Ethan Fry Britt Haugland Kyle LeMontang Kyle Olsen
Jeff Ramos Rose Rice Sara Robinson Sharon Roderick David Ware
Fall 2011
Kristine Almond Victor Benjamin Tyson Bickford Justice Bordner James Carpenter
Jennifer Dicochea Ryan FitzPatrick Ethan Fry Leslie Goodrich Britt Haugland
Tingting He Pao-Lai Hong Samantha Meis Ryan Miller Chung Whan Park
Sara Robinson Paul Soto David Ware Wendelin Willis  
Fall 2010
Victor Benjamin Richard Catlin Brandon Ealick Bryce Good Teresa Le
Ryan Miller Marco Monreal Jason Tranel David Ware David Wohlleban
Fall 2009
Richard Burrows Benjamin Gray Clayton Hamilton-Alexander Joshua Mickler Clayton Rogers
Zachary Roughan Kirsten Smith Jesus Torres Jason Tranel Sandra Vazquez Saldivar
Tracy Vo        
Fall  2008
David Bailey Austin Bren Eduard Ciocanescu Benjamin Gray Elisabeth Greene
Clayton Hamilton-Alexander Luke Huston Jordan Kennedy Kara Lawhorn Nancy Madrid
John Perry Angel Quiroz Terence Rosen James Sanford Ross Thomassee
William Wycoff        
Fall 2007
Diana Anderson Eduard Ciocanescu Jorge Estrella Joshua Hottenstein Seung-jin Kim
Lauro Molina Charles Norris Nayan Patel Laura Reid Ross Thomassee
Ross Williams Alisher Yuldashev  

Undergraduate/Graduate Awards and Scholarships

Established in 2020, the Chen-Chow Bear Down Scholarship is available to students from under-represented groups, with a goal toward engaging students from Native Nations in the Eller College and MIS. Students of Native American descent, as well as students who have a demonstrated interest in the Hispanic and Black American cultures, are encouraged to apply, regardless of their current GPA. 

The Scholarship is part of the Bear Down Scholars Program that provides opportunities for scholarship recipients to engage in activities designed to help them be successful at Eller and to increase their understanding of what MIS is and what a job in MIS might look like.

The Chen-Chow Bear Down Scholars Program was established by Dr. Hsinchun Chen and his wife, Dr. Hsiao-Hui (Sherry) Chow. Dr. Hsinchun Chen is a Regents Professor and holds the Brown Family Chair in Management and Technology, in the Eller College of Management at the University of Arizona. He has served the MIS department and the University for over 30 years and has been a prolific researcher. Dr. Sherry Chow is a Research Professor of Medicine at the University of Arizona Cancer Center. She has led the cancer center’s Analytical Chemistry Shared Resource since 2001 and co-led the Cancer Prevention and Control program since 2015.

Both Drs. Chen and Chow have worked with Native American students in health and technology at UArizona over the years and have strong affinity with Native American culture and heritage.


Award winners

spring 2022

Myriam Acosta

Paige Begody

Jaisen Brown

Isabel Fimbres

Moreya Howell

Sergio Iglesias-Ayala

Natalie Luna

Netawn Marsoobian

Aaron Reyes

Joseph Ross

Kiernan Sherman

 
FALL 2021
Moreya Howell
Netawn Marsoobian
Joseph Ross
Kiernan Sherman
FALL 2020
Bear Down Technology Scholar Award Bear Down Trailblazer Scholar Award
Keishaun Aspaas Christopher Alonzo
  Shane Ashley
  Keishaun Aspaas
  Jaisen Brown
  Isaac Desjarlais
  Mikal Gene
  Joshua Lambert
  Cheyanna Shepaerd

Established in 2020, the David C. Spinelli Perseverance Award is being established to support an award for a full-time student(s) in the Eller College of Management in the Department of Management Information Systems who is persevering in the face of great difficulties, to be used for the recipient(s) educational expenses. 


Award winners

FALL 2021/spring 2022
Joseph Diaz Kelsey McClellan
FALL 2020
Donna Doss Mayukh Bhattacharyya

This award was established in 2020 by Sagar Samtani, Assistant Professor and Grant Thornton Scholar at the Kelley School of Business at Indiana University and Edlin Garcia, Ph.D. Student and Presidential Diversity Fellow at the School of Public Health at Indiana University. 

Samtani and Garcia are both first generation US citizens. Samtani’s parents immigrated from India, while Garcia’s parents immigrated from El Salvador. Samtani earned his Ph.D. in 2018 (MIS), MSMIS in 2014 and BSBA (MIS) in 2013 from the University of Arizona. Garcia earned her Masters of Public Health at the University of South Florida in 2019 and her BA in Global Studies at the University of California, Santa Barbara in 2013. Education, diversity, work-ethic, and inclusiveness have played an essential role in both of their lives. 

"Oftentimes, it is one experience in life that can help shape a professional career. Attending a conference, introductions at professional meetings, and professional trainings can all provide the seeds to launch an exciting and high-impact career. This award aims to provide a mechanism for first-generation graduate students for professional development purposes. We hope that students can use these funds to expand the diversity of well-trained professionals in the workforce, specifically in the areas of computing, cybersecurity, and healthcare. " 


Award winners

FALL 2020
Shane Burton Yaying Lin

PhD Awards and Scholarships

The Alan Dennis PhD Travel Fund is an award given to a total of 2 PhD students each academic year to support student travel to an academic conference. Alan R. Dennis is a Professor of Information Systems and holds the John T. Chambers Chair of Internet Systems in the Kelley School of Business at Indiana University. His research focuses on fake news on social media, AI agents, team collaboration, and the Internet. 


Congratulations to the following awardees:

2022
Benjamin Ampel Buomsoo Kim
2020
Saiying (Tina) Ge Kyuhan Lee
2019
Sandeep Suntwal Xuan Wei

The INFORMS Information Systems Society (ISS) invites submissions for the Nunamaker-Chen Dissertation Award (NCDA). The NCDA is named in honor of two University of Arizona professors, Jay Nunamaker and Hsinchun Chen, who have made significant contributions to the field of Information Systems over the past several decades. The NCDA has been created to recognize and reward outstanding dissertation research by scholars in the field of Information Systems.  The winner of the 2018 Nunamaker-Chen Dissertation Award will receive a US$1000 prize.

More information on this award can be found HERE.


2021 WINNER
David Holtz, University of California, Berkeley Bowen Lou, University of Connecticut
2021 runner-up
Emaad Manzoor, University of Wisconsin-Madison
2020 winner
Avinash Collins, University of Texas at Austin
2020 runner-up
Yoonseock (Yoon) Son, University of Notre Dame Yang Jiang, Nanjing University, China
Sameer Mehta, University of Illinois Jingchuan Pu, Pennsylvania State University
Lanfei Shi, University of Virginia  
2019 winner
Yingjie Zhang, University of Texas at Dallas
2019 runner-up
Veronica Marotta, University of Minnesota Shunyuan Zhang, Harvard Business School
Mingwen Yang, University of Washington Shuo Yu, Texas Tech University
2018 winner
Mochen Yang, Indiana University
2018 runner-up
Manmohan Aseri, Carnegie Mellon University Sagar Samtani, University of South Florida
Xue (Jane) Tan, Indiana University  
2017 WINNER
Yi-Jen Ian Ho, Penn State
2017 runner-up
Tianshu Sun, U of Southern California Zike Cao, Erasmus University

The James F. LaSalle Teaching Excellence Award is given every spring to an MIS graduate student instructor who exemplifies the best of teaching and who is following Jim LaSalle's example of excellence in the classroom. This award was established in honor of Professor Jim LaSalle who taught at the Eller College for more than 40 years and was the professor cited by the most students as having had an impact on their undergraduate education. LaSalle retired from teaching in 2004 and, according to UA’s Alumni Association, taught more than 50,000 students during his UA teaching career.


Congratulations to the following awardees: 

award winner

YEAR 

Benjamin Ampel 2022

Mohammadreza Ebrahimi

2021

Jiaheng Xie

2019

Karthik Srinivasan

2017

Sagar Samtani

2016

Rich Yueh

2015

Mark Grimes

2014

Justin Giboney

2013

Yi-Da Chen

2012

Katherine Carl

2011

Heong Lee

2010

Nichalin Suakkaphong

2009

Eyran Gisches

2008

Siddharth Kaza

2007

Matthew Jensen

2006

The Nunamaker-Chen MIS Doctoral Scholarship was established in 2013 in honor of two University of Arizona MIS Regents’ professors, Jay Nunamaker and Hsinchun Chen, who have made significant contributions to the field of Information Systems over the past four decades.

Only two awards (of $1,500 each) are given each fall. The recipients are selected by the MIS PhD committee for their hard work, determination and commitment to the MIS tradition, particularly that of design science research. The scholarship provides a stipend for incoming PhD students in their first year of study.


Congratulations to the following awardees: 

fall 2021
Yueqing (Miranda) Li Chi-Heng Yang
*fall 2020
Raja Hasnain Anwar Yanan Wang
fall 2019
Benjamin Ampel Steven Ullman
fall 2018
Fang Yu Lin Xinran (Rebecca) Wang
fall 2017
Yuanxia Li Hao Liu
fall 2016
Kyuhan Lee Sandeep Suntwal
fall 2015
Bradley Walls Jiaheng Xie
fall 2014
Luwen Huangfu Shuo Yu
fall 2013
Bradley Dorn Steve Pentland

*The COVID-19 pandemic delayed the Fall 2020 award.

The Paul S. and Shirley Goodman award was established in 1997 by former MIS professor Seymour Goodman in honor of his parents Paul S. and Shirley Goodman.

The award is given to MIS doctoral students who excel professionally in the study of international developments in the field of computer science.

Seymour (Sy) E. Goodman is professor of International Affairs and Computing at the Sam Nunn School of International Affairs and the College of Computing, Georgia Institute of Technology. He also serves as co-director of the Center for International Strategy, Technology and Policy, and co-director of the Georgia Tech Information Security Center.

Goodman studies international developments in information technologies and related public policy issues. In this capacity, he has more than 200 publications and served on many academic, government and industry advisory, study and editorial committees.

He has been the international perspectives editor for the Communications of the ACM for the last 19 years and has studied computing on all seven continents in about 100 countries.

He recently served as chair of the committee on Improving Cybersecurity Research in the United States, National Research Council and as a member of the Computer Science and Telecommunications Board of the National Academies of Science and Engineering.


Congratulations to the following awardees:

spring 2022
Steven Ullman

The Samtani-Garcia MIS PhD Commitment Scholarship for students pursing a PhD in Management Information Systems at The Eller College of Management who demonstrate good citizenship and a commitment to their fellow students, faculty, department, and college. 

This scholarship was generously created by Sagar Samtani, Assistant Professor and Grant Thornton Scholar at the Kelley School of Business at Indiana University and Edlin Garcia, PhD Student and Presidential Diversity Fellow at the School of Public Health at Indiana University.


Congratulations to the following awardees:

SPRING 2022
David Kim Steven Ullman