Special Interest Groups (SIGs)
AIS Special Interest Groups (SIGs) allow those interested in a particular field of specialization to further connect with one another and exchange ideas and information.
AIS chapters allow information systems professionals and students who live in a particular region to come together and share knowledge and best practices.
AIS has committed resources, structure, and support to its student chapters because undergraduate
and graduate students in information systems are critical to the future
of the discipline.
Need help joining a SIG or Chapter? Check out the How to Join a SIG or Chapter video tutorial.
Need help finding your SIG membership? Review the 4-step process to find your SIG membership.