Presenter Information

Leilani SiloFollow

Major

Business Administration

Anticipated Graduation Year

2020

Access Type

Open Access

Abstract

The Information Systems (IS) discipline in academia has seen an overall decline in enrollment for undergraduate studies. In conjunction with this statistic is that U.S. military veterans who are eligible for educational benefits, of the populous, only 40% use their benefits to. This emergent research 1) discusses the relevancy of the issue in the context of declining enrollments and the increasing demand for technologically-skilled talent, 2) identifying and categorizing manuscripts into relevant topics, as well as 3) suggesting future research.

Faculty Mentors & Instructors

Dinko Bacic, Ph. D, Assistant Professor of Information Systems

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The Challenges and Opportunities of IS Programs in Addressing Societal Challenge of Military Veteran Undergraduate Education & Integration

The Information Systems (IS) discipline in academia has seen an overall decline in enrollment for undergraduate studies. In conjunction with this statistic is that U.S. military veterans who are eligible for educational benefits, of the populous, only 40% use their benefits to. This emergent research 1) discusses the relevancy of the issue in the context of declining enrollments and the increasing demand for technologically-skilled talent, 2) identifying and categorizing manuscripts into relevant topics, as well as 3) suggesting future research.