Welcome! This site is dedicated to a MIS 4596 group project entitled No Guess Rx. Our team is comprised of four Temple University MIS majors, graduating in Fall 2018. We are developing an application that will provide users with an increased ability to make educated decisions on where to shop for pharmaceutical prescription drugs. Check back with us in the coming weeks for updates!
A Senior Management Information Systems (MIS) student in the Fox School of Business at Temple University.
I grew up in Reading, Pennsylvania and graduated from Exeter Township School District High School in May 2014. Growing up, I was always glued to the computer. I have always been interested in emerging technology, and MIS has provided me an outlet to get my IT-fix.
The Fox School of Business MIS Department has given me the opportunity to develop skills that will provide value to potential employers, including HTML, CSS, PHP, WordPress, R, SQL, SAP, Microsoft Excel, and Various Prototypers.
My name is Craig Kestecher and I am a student at the Fox School of Business at Temple University.
I am pursuing a BBA in Management Information Systems (MIS) with a minor in Finance.
I am a certified Lean Six Sigma Green Belt which I earned through the Thomas J. Watson School of Engineering at Binghamton University.
I interned at Pfizer Inc. during the summers’ of 2018 and 2017 and I am applying my pharmaceutical knowledge to No Guess RX.
I am originally from Newtown, PA and went to Council Rock North High School.
I chose MIS as a major because I believe IT will change the world and I am interested in a career that focuses on digital innovation.
I am a Junior studying Management Information Systems (MIS) and Finance at Temple University.
My excel skills have proven useful to me in my cyber security research position for the National Science Foundation’s Eager grant.