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College of Engineering and Computing

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Department of Integrated Information Technology

The Department of Integrated Information Technology is at the forefront of information technology and health informatics. We offer undergraduate and graduate degree programs led by outstanding faculty. Our research focuses on the areas of cyber infrastructure, database systems, data analytics, health information technology and human-computer interaction.

Department Highlights

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Research Spotlight: School of Medicine Greenville, College of Engineering step up to coronavirus challenge

Faculty members from the School of Medicine Greenville and the College of Engineering and Computing worked quickly to get FDA approval for a device that could help address the potential shortage of ventilators at COVID-19 hotspots.

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Faculty Spotlight: Crichigno and Brookshire developing curriculum to improve technology education

Jorge Crichigno (Principal Investigator) and Robert Brookshire (Co-Principal Investigator) have been awarded a $300,000 grant designed to enhance education and training for careers in information technology.

Mary Kathryn Holliday

Undergraduate Student Spotlight: Holliday receives IIT Outstanding Senior Award

After four years of diligent hard work as an Integrated Information Technology student, senior Mary Kathryn Holliday will represent her peers on Senior Awards Day.


Graduate Program Spotlight: MHIT program works to help high school athletes and families across South Carolina

Students in the MHIT program are getting hands-on experience by working on projects that directly impact South Carolina citizens. Along with these benefits that the program is bringing to the local community, it is also preparing its students for future jobs in the booming health care industry.

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Alumni Spotlight: Q&A with Matthew Witt

Health care and the way we treat patients is at the forefront of most people’s minds during the COVID-19 pandemic. But, for Matthew Witt, it’s something that he has thought about every day for the past several years because of his work in health care technology.



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