Businesses Invited to Team Up With UNH Information Systems Students

Businesses Invited to Team Up With UNH Information Systems Students

Dec 19, 2011

The Information Systems Management Program in UNH's Whittemore School of Business and Economics invites businesses and industry organizations to work with students on projects during the spring semester 2012.

The projects will provide business administration seniors who specialize in information systems management with real-world experience in business enterprises, including the private, public, and not-for-profit sectors. Barry Shore, professor of decision sciences, manages the program.

Students work in groups on projects identified by sponsoring organizations. Examples of recent projects include Web strategy development and implementation, database applications, e-commerce solutions, systems analysis, technical and financial feasibility studies, and marketing information strategy studies.

Project work includes periodic on-site project team meetings, interviews with end-users, and off-site research. Each project will have an instructor and a sponsor organization representative to help students define project scope and deliverables, monitor project progress, and advise on reports and presentations.

Interested businesses may submit a one-page proposal (in Word or PDF format) containing the name of business, address, contact information, and brief (not more than 200 words) description of their problem/needs.

For details, click here.

All submissions, including questions and clarifications, should be sent electronically to Barry Shore at by Jan. 20, 2012.

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