McDevitt Information Systems (IS) Research Fellows work closely with the McDevitt Distinguished Chair in IS, Dr. Grabowski while conducting hands-on research in Information Systems, either on campus at Le Moyne or in the field. Graduated McDevitt IS Research Fellow JP Rancy and Former 2017-18 IS Research Fellow, Ayuen Gai, also serve as mentors to the new Fellows. Fellows and their mentors participate in MIS 495/795, a Research Methods course with bi-monthly research seminars led by the McDevitt Distinguished Chair in Information Systems; in the seminar, Fellows present their research, collaborate on their findings, and discuss their progress. McDevitt IS Research Fellows also share their knowledge, skills and abilities with the wider community and represent the College on- and off-campus.
The research projects and the McDevitt IS Research Fellows pursuing the projects in 2018-2019 include:
Unmanned Aerial Systems/Real Tim Location Systems in Infrastructure-Poor (Jakub Kulakowski)
Large Scale Heterogenous Data Analysis, Visualization-Wencor (Jaqueline Greer, Necdet Gurkan and Ayuen Gai, Mentor)
Health IS Systems ( Mykayla Cleary, Rosangel Garcia, Trevor Thompson), and
Wearable Immersive Augmented Reality-MITAGS Staten Island Ferry (JP, Mentor)
Eligibility and program guidelines for Undergraduate Research Fellows in Information Systems vary each year based on the needs of the program. For more information, please contact Dr. Martha Grabowski, McDevitt Distinguished Chair in Information Systems (email@example.com).