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John Turchek, M.Ed., M.S.
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Computer & Information Systems
Computer & Information
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Alpha Iota Mu

Alpha Iota Mu (AIM) is the honor society specifically targeted to Information Systems majors and minors. AIM is sanctioned by the International Academy for Information management (IAIM), now known as AIS SIGED.

Purpose:
  • To recognize outstanding academic achievement in the field of Information Systems
  • To provide a forum for academic, professional, and social development
  • To promote high ethical standards among Information Systems professionals
  • To encourage growth of the Information Systems profession
The membership of the society is limited to those persons of high scholarship and good moral character who strive for excellence in the field of Information Systems Management, Information Science, or any Information Systems-related area. Candidates must be pursuant to an Information Systems-related degree at RMU and meet the following academic requirements:

Overall QPA which places them among;
  • the top 10% of their Junior class or
  • the top 10% of their Senior class or
  • the top 10% of the Graduate I/S related degree students or
  • the students who have successfully completed the first two years of the DISC Program
Alpha Iota Mu was founded in 1996 at Indiana State University. Other chapters are located at Johns Hopkins University, the University of South Florida, Georgia Southern University, Quinnipiac University, and George Washington University.