If you are a student interested in pursuing studies in Management Information Systems, you can find information about applying to our top-ranked program on the MIS Department's website (  The MIS Department offers undergraduate, masters (including online masters), and Ph.D. degrees, as well as classes toward the Enterprise Security Certificate

If you are interested in seeking employment with the AI Lab, you must be enrolled in the University of Arizona as a full-time student.  Please note that we generally have the following requirements:  strong and well-developed web programming skills (data mining is a plus), previous research experience, ability to work in both a team environment and independently, and strong communication skills.  We generally do not hire more than one or two students per year.  We do not offer internships.

In our Masters program, we offer scholarships to qualified, eligible U.S. students through the National Science Foundation's CyberCorps Scholarship-for-Service program.  This two-year program offers full funding for our masters program in exchange for government service; funding may also be available for advanced Ph.D. students.  To qualify, you must be a U.S. citizen and have a GPA of at least 3.0.  See additional details on the AZSecure Cybersecurity Fellowship Program website.

Current AI Lab Students

PhD Students  
Fang Yu Lin 
Mohammadreza Ebrahimi
Shuo Yu
Hongyi Zhu
Masters Students
"Johnny" Ning Zhang
AZSecure Scholarship-for-Industry (SFI) Fellowship Program Students:
Class of 2020
AZSecure Scholarship-for-Service (SFS) Fellowship Program Students:
Class of 2019  
Guadalupe Angeles 
Nolan Arnold 
Christopher Harrell 
Rachael Dunn 
Robert Schweitzer 
John Voss
Class of 2020  
Ben Ample
Joshua Greer
Undergraduate Students, Volunteers, Interns
Ben Lazarine


Ph.D. students at 2017 AI Lab Picnic. 

Alumni list