Applied Information Management
 

AIM Celebrates 30th Anniversary

The University of Oregon Applied Information Management Master’s Program turns 30! We will celebrate with a gala on November 5 at the White Stag Block in downtown Portland. Please join us!

UO's Applied Information Management (AIM) Program launched in 1986 after managers at Tektronix approached Linda Ettinger, PhD, and Curt Lind, two of the founders of AIM, to suggest a program to meet their need for employees with an advanced degree in information management. 30 years later AIM, UO's only fully online program, is thriving. We invite you to join current and prospective students, staff, faculty, the advisory board of AIM, and other honored guests as we celebrate AIM's first 30 years and look toward the next 30.

Date: November 5, 2016

Time: 6:00–9:00 p.m.

Location: White Stag Block, Room 142/144, 70 NW Couch Street, Portland, OR

Registration: E-mail aim@uoregon.edu with your name and the names of your guests.

Guests are welcome! Food and drinks will be served.

PUBLISHED: October 7, 2016

AIM alumnus Jon Dolan
Jon Dolan (’13)
Jon Dolan (’13) received the 2013 Capstone Award from Dr. Linda Ettinger for his research paper Enterprise-Wide Techniques to Manage E-mail Overload at the AIM graduation luncheon.