Founded in 1978, the Information Systems Research Program (ISRP) enjoys a world-wide reputation, supporting the ongoing research of UCLA Anderson's faculty and students and providing close ties to the IS professional community represented by members of the IS Associates, which provides for a portion of the ISRP's core funding.
The ISRP currently supports a variety of research activities. It first of all funds a portion of the costs associated with several ongoing faculty research projects. It provides for research assistantships, supports travel to scholarly conferences, and funds needed research equipment. It also supports doctoral student research and a recently established Visiting Fellows Program. Additionally, it publishes an IS Working Paper Series, supports research presentations by visitors, and maintains relationships with business firms which cooperate in and serve as sites for research. Among the IS Associates, some participate in cooperative research as IS Research Associates.
Prof. Burt Swanson is Director of the ISRP.
In the News
Professor Burt Swanson will present the paper, "Illuminating Organizing Vision Careers Through Case Studies", at the 19th Americas Conference on Information Systems (AMCIS), to be held in Chicago, August 15-17, 2013.
The Information Systems Research Program (ISRP) welcomed two visiting doctoral students, Stefan Hoermann, Technical University of Munich, Winter 2013, and Christopher Zaby, Ingolstadt Business School, Winter and Spring 2013, to the UCLA Anderson School. They conducted their research here under Professor Swanson's sponsorship.
For further information, please contact:
ISRP Support Staff
UCLA Anderson School of Management
110 Westwood Plaza, Cornell Hall D502
Los Angeles, CA 90095-1481
Phone: (310) 825-2881 | Fax : (310) 794-4257