Information Systems Education Conference
ISECON Proceedings






2013 ISECON Proceedings
San Antonio, Texas

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Panel / Discussion

Building Academic Alliances into your Curriculum
with Industry Leaders

Mark Conway
NetApp

Barry Floyd
California Polytechnic State University

Douglas Kline
University of North Carolina Wilmington

Kim Yohannan
EMC


Objectives
This panel will feature faculty and industry professionals who have worked together to build academic alliances between industry and educators. The faculty will discuss their experiences in building courses based on the academic alliances they have established while maintaining accreditation requirements. Industry professionals will discuss the steps involved to building alliances and how they can assist faculty to maintain currency in the field.  Also discussed will be the benefits to students in seeking full time employment.

Targeted Attendees
Faculty interested in growing industry relationships and are interested in maintaining currency in the IS/CS/IT fields

Recommended Citation: Conway, M., Floyd, B., Kline, D., Yohanna, K. (2013). Building Academic Alliances into your Curriculum with Industry Leaders. The Proceedings of the Information Systems Education Conference, v30 n.2653, San Antonio, TX