Spring 2018

  • June graduation filing is due March 1, 2018.

    Fall 2017

  • NYU Future Labs - AI Summit (Oct 31): Venture investors and entrepreneurs explore the possibilities on AI/Deep Learning technologies.
  • ISI program presentation to the Verazzano Students on Oct 24. -- postponed to some future date

    Summer 2017

  • Jul 24th – 25th: Prof Chun and Dean Holak attended the WiTNY 2017 Summer Faculty Workshop. Women in Technology in New York City is to engage with ‘thought leaders’ from both outside and within CUNY on the best strategies currently used to promote and support greater participation by women in computer science and related tech disciplines.
  • Jun 7-9: 18th Int. Conference on Digital Government Research hosted by CUNY CSI led by Prof. Chun.

    Spring 2017

  • May 15: Data Science Invited Talk
  • May 4:CSI Annual Conference for Undergraduate Research. See the faculty mentor if you are interested in presenting your research work.
  • Apr 26: ISI 300 course related policies
  • Apr 27: Career and Internship presentation by Enterprise
  • Mar 10: The art of business meal - an etiquette luncheon
  • Feb 2: Prof. Chun presents her work on Analytics Framework for Social Health Records at Women in Data Science conference , at Rutgers University Newark in the domain of Data Science in Healthcare.

    Fall 2016

  • Sep: Research Assistant position available
  • Sep: ISI Student Club needs your support! .
  • Sep Spring 2017 course offerings are scheduled
  • Aug 23: Contact Prof. Chun for a substitute option for the cancelled ISI 300 this semester.
  • Aug: Welcome our new ISI instructor Senaka Senaviratne.

    Summer 2016

  • July 24-26: Prof. Cappellari presents the research paper that is nominated for the DATA 2016 best paper award.
  • Cyber Security Scholarship Awards : Congratulations to three ISI major students

  • July 19: Summer Camp Final Presentations!
  • July 11: Summer campers in Data Science camp had a field trip to the Fresh Kills landfill and learned about many environmental restoration efforts. Water quality testing was a great demonstration of scientific process of monitoring the health of the environment.
  • July 6-19: Summer camp on Data Science and Technology will be held for high school students ranging from 9th to 12th grades. Prof. Chun collaborates with School of Continuing Education to host this inaugural Data Science and Technology summer camp. The focus will be to expose and engage students on skill building for data analytics and on developing awareness for cyber security and privacy issues.

  • June 11: Prof. Chun attends the Symposium on the Global Cyber Security, at Korea University. She is part of the organization team.
  • June 11: Prof. Chun attends the opening ceremony of the Center for Cyber Scurity Policy, the Grad School of Information Security at Korea University.
  • June 8-10: Prof. Chun attends the digital government research conference (dg.o 2016) in Shanghai, China.
  • June 6-9: Prof. Paolo Cappellari presents the research paper "Discovering and Analyzing Alternative Treatments Hypothesis via Social Health Data", at the 16th International Conference on Web Engineering (ICWE 2016 Demo Track), co authored with Prof. Soon Ae Chun, and our Info Management/CS student Dennis Shpits, in Lugano Switzerland.

    Spring 2016

  • June 1, 2016: Congratulations on the graduates of 2016, including Dennis Shpits (Info Management Minor).

  • May, 2016; Congratulations on the Business Data Analytics students, Junaid Qaiser, Austin Krauza, Usman Ahmed and Ariana Zuberovic, for their new jobs.

  • May, 2016: Congratulations to Dennis Shpits on his new position at the Mediterranean Shipping Company to apply his skills in programming and data analytics.

  • May 12, 2016: First CSI Graduate Research Conference will be launched. The Business Data Analytics students (eight students) will participate in the poster presentation or demonstration of their class work.

  • Apr 21, 2016:ISI student Frank Lennon and IM Minor/CS student Dennis Shpits present their research work. : FROM: 11:00am-4:00pm, 1P Atrium, Center for the Arts
    The Fifteenth Annual CSI Undergraduate Conference highlights scholarly and creative projects by undergraduate students majoring in all disciplines, showcasing academic excellence through student-faculty collaboration and interaction in all aspects of teaching and learning.

  • Apr 11, 2016: Prof. Chun is a keynote speaker at Digital Health Conference in Montreal on her work of Social Health Records - integration and analytics.

  • Apr 1, 2016: Prof. Chun was a panelist on designing the next digital citizens and society with the White House Digital Services keynote speaker Mollie Ruskin at NJIT.

  • March 15, 2016: Mediterranean Shipping Company Guest Speaker at 6:30PM.

  • Feb 12, 2016: Dr. Chun is an invited speaker at W3PHI Population health Intelligence workshop at AAAI 2016.

  • February, 2016: We have a visiting scholar, Dr. Zamira Dzhusupova, who will work in collaboration with ISI faculty on the digital government projects during the stay in CSI. She has recently worked at the United Nation and the United Nation University, and currently work at the World Banks. She specializes in the Digital Government in developing countries, including Eurasian countries.

  • Jan 15, 2016: Position available to serve as a Supplement Instructor (SI) for BUS 215 in Spring 2016. You are expected to help BUS 215 students in hands-on lab sessions and tutor students outside of class. Master on MS Excel/Access is expected. Contact as soon as possible. The position will consider candidates on a first come first serve basis.

    Fall 2015

  • December 10, 2015: Big Data Analytics Student Project Presentations at 6:30pm in 3N-113.
  • Nov 9, 2015: Revised Curriculum for Business Minor in Information Management (IM) has been approved. The following are the required courses for the IM minor. It is open to Business students and all CSI students
      Minor in Information Management (20 credits required)
    • BUS215 Information Management 4 credits
    • ISI 205 Data Communications and IT Infrastrucuture 4 credits
      OR CSC 435 Adv. Data Communications 4 credits
    • ISI 315 Information Security & Risk Management 4 credits
    • ISI 364 Enterprise Computing Strategies 4 credits
    • One additional from ISI major courses (334, 352, 374) 4 credits
  • October 29, 2015: Invited lecturer Mr. David Kraiker, US Census Bureau, NY Region, will deliver a talk on "Life Cycle of a piece of Data", describing and discussing a process of census data collection and sharing.
  • October 27, 2015: Invited Speaker Prof. Kim Norman Andersen will speak on "Maturity Models for Digital Government: Building On Top of the Layne & Lee and Andersen & Henriksen models", at 2:30pm in 3N-School of Business Conference Room.
  • Welcome to the newly designed a BS degree program in ISI. You can declare your major in the ISI program.
    Please see the directors (Profs. Chun and Zhanyang) for any guidance or questions.

    Summer 2015

  • July 10, 2015: Summer Camp 2015 had the student group presentations and the award ceremony.
  • June 29-July 10, 2015: iSecure Lab is a collaborating partner with Rutgers CIMIC for ISI program is available on online catalog!
  • June 15, 2015: ISI program flyer available.
  • June 9, 2015: ISI program and BS in Information Systems are now approved by the State of New York. Please sign up BS degree in Information Systems for as your major.

    Spring 2015

  • May 2015: We published the four year study plan, to help students to complete the BS in Information Systems in 4 years. This is a recommendation.
  • May 2015: ISI Facebook is created. Please search isi.cuny on facebook and join as a friend.
  • Apr-May 2015: ISI Brochures is available. Please share and publicize the program.
  • Feb 2015: IS program is approved by Chancellor's Office.
  • Jan 2015: Revised ISI program is approved by the Faculty Senate.
  • Nov 2015: Revised ISI program is approved by the Curriculum Committee.
  • Oct 2015: The two departments (CS and Marketing) approve the revised ISI curriculum.

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