COVID-19 Update: The college shares student, parent and staff concerns about Covid-19. Program directors
are working with college and university administration and International Student Services
be prepared for the Fall 2021 starting terms. Please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have questions.
All incoming Fall 2021 students will be automatically registered for 3 classes. International
students must send a copy of their visa for USF (send to email@example.com) to start the registration process. Domestic students can send an email noting that
they are local and don't need a visa. As a note to international students with i-20s.
Your i-20 will have a major listed as something like "computer systems analysis /analyst"
- this is fine for our MS BAIS program.
GA / TA positions - General Info: Many students have questions about scholarships and graduate assistant positions.
U.S. universities have relatively few graduate scholarships available. Scholarship
opportunities will be emailed to all incoming students. Most graduate students fund
their tuition privately or receive a GA /TA position on-campus. The FAQ has more information
on those positions. When applications are open for GA positions, current and incoming students will be
notified via email. International students will need to send a copy of their visa
before being considered for a position.Note: there are few positions compared to the number of applications received. PLEASE, do not contact individual faculty members or department chairs about GA positions;
all GA hiring is centralized. You can also look for jobs on-campus at our Career website
Department Presentations - all lectures are from 10-11am EST: Questions? Please contact Anna Bahvala at firstname.lastname@example.org
April 30, Team–building through mindful learning, Prof Dejun - Work in modern organizations are largely team-based. However, many work teams do
not function as effectively as expected. Why? We will explore key dysfunctions of
teams and understand how to overcome them through mindfully-engaged learning.
May 14, Principles of Collaboration Prof GJ De Vreede - Collaboration is a fundamental ingredient of organizational life. Yet many organizations
struggle to foster productive collaboration processes. People and teams that work
together need to overcome many challenges such as goal misalignment, poor processes,
poor collaboration technologies, poor leadership, and individual differences. We will
discuss how to make sense of these challenges and proactively design successful collaboration
Want to contact a current student? The following students welcome questions from
prospective and incoming students: