My passion is to help working professionals who want to advance their careers as digital innovators but may not be able to attend courses regularly. Students should be able to get their work done from home, at their own pace, while still having access to our faculty.
As the director of the Master of Business and Technology program at the University of Georgia, I know that great teaching can make the difference in career success. As an instructor in the Department of Management Information Systems at the Terry College of Business since 2000, my work as a teacher has been recognized multiple times, and I’ve been invited to lecture around the world.
I am the author of several texts used in Information Systems curriculum. My books include titles related to IS and programming including my most recent text, “Information Systems: Creating Business Value” (Wiley), with co-authors Dr. Mark Huber and Dr. Pat McKeown. I’ve also been active in the internet and technology communities as a board member of the Web Standards Project, member of the Atlanta Web Design Group, and a member of Technology Association of Georgia (TAG). I have also earned the title “Certified Online Instructor” award by the Online Learning Consortium.
I have a wide variety of research interests, which include Internet technologies and trends, operations research and decision sciences and multiple objective decision aid, which is the design and investigation of multiple objective decision aid modeling methods, solution techniques and support systems. As a two-time alumnus of UGA, I believe in our university’s mission to provide excellence in both research and teaching.
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