and several senior Information Technology managers. The proposal called for a long Air Max 120 term partnership relation between the two organizations. The MIS program asked for a set of networking hardware and software to establish a lab for advanced networking and E Commerce, faculty and student internships, and exchange of knowledge and information.
and Electronic Commerce.
Siegall (then acting Dean), Jim Mensching, and Michael Wang went to Systems' headquarters in San Jose and presented the proposal to the CIO
weeks. Professor Sandoe established a very solid foundation for the two organizations. Michael Wang later came on board to the MIS program in the Fall semester of 1998 with strong interests in networking. He later served as the main contact person for the MIS program to explore the possibility of establishing a strategic partnership relationship with systems. Gail Corbitt led a focus group consisting of Terry Curtis, Fred Condoe (both from Communication Design), Kent Sandoe, and Michael Wang to discuss issues related to networking, E Commerce, and interdisciplinary education. Many great ideas were generated from this focus group. Based on the input from this focus group, Jim Mensching and Michael Wang put together a strategic partnership proposal between California State University, Chico and Systems. On February 11, 1999, Marc
Several years ago, the MIS program at
In the summer of 1999, Michael Wang started his faculty internship program with Internet Commerce IS group and CCIE ( Certified Internet Expert) department at Systems. At the same time, several MIS students such as Patrick Gilbreath, Ryan Schmierer, and Erik Ludvigson, etc. also started their student internships with Systems. In early August, 1999
Cisco Systems Lab at California State University
"MINS 298C: Advanced Networking" course is built around the donation. In addition to networking theory, students in this course will have the hands on opportunity to physically configure the equipment, set up and manage several network management server machines, and study some managerial issues associated with explosive growth of networking industry, technology, Air Max 95 Nike
In the summer of 1998, a new faculty member, Kent Sandoe, started his faculty internship with at the Internet Commerce IS group for several Air Max 95 Flyknit
been teaching the Advanced Networking course since Spring of 1999. Having witnessed the explosive growth in the networking industry and Electronic Commerce in the past several years, it has proved that this approach was absolutely correct. Students with strong knowledge and experience in networking technology are in high demand.
A ribbon cutting dedication ceremony was held on September 30, 1999. The President and the Provost of California State University, Chico, three guests (Steve Adachi, Kevin Slakey, and Jim Kuehnis), and many students faculty, and staff attended the ceremony.
California State University, Chico instituted an advisory board called Industry Council consisting of some IT and HR managers from many major companies. MIS faculty meets with the Industry Council every year to discuss the latest development and trends of information technology, and the needs of the industry. MIS faculty took the suggestion very seriously and decided to offer new networking courses. "MINS 214 Distributed Systems" and "MINS 298C: Advanced Networking" courses are basically the products of this suggestion. MINS 214 is a required course for all MIS students. Jim Mensching, Skip Lees, and Ron Pike have taught the course before. Michael Wang has Air Max Huarache Black
the MIS program received a set of equipment and software including one LightStream 1010 ATM switch, one 7206 router, 8 3640 routers, 7 2900 Catalyst Fast Ethernet switches, Voice over IP modules, ATM modules, Works 2000, Network Registrar, and Voice Manger. The total value of the donation is more than $360,000. Mark Tonnesen of Systems is the sponsor and champion of this generous grant. The Lab was established for teaching and research in the areas of Advanced Networking, Electronic Commerce, and Group Decision Support Systems.
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