University of Colorado Denver
 Business School

CURRICULUM VITAE

Dawn G. Gregg, Ph.D.
Associate Dean of Programs
Business School | University of Colorado Denver


dawn.gregg@ucdenver.edu
(303) 315-8000
 

RESEARCH INTERESTS
  • Special Education Data Management
  • Online Entrepreneurship
  • AI/Expert Systems
  • Decision Support Systems
  • Web Data Management (Data Quality)

    See my Research Statement for more detailed information on my research interests.

TEACHING INTERESTS
  • Website Development
  • Social Media
  • Web Services and Service Oriented Architecture
  • Programming Languages (Java, C++, PHP, JavaScript, JQuery, HTML/Dynamic HTML)
  • Electronic Commerce

See my Teaching Philosophy for more detailed information on my teaching interests.


EDUCATION
  • Ph.D., Business Administration: Computer Information Systems, Arizona State University, May 2000
  • M.S., Information Management, Arizona State University, December 1998
  • M.B.A., Arizona State University West, May 1996
  • B.S., Mechanical Engineering, University of California at Irvine, June 1985

ACADEMIC EXPERIENCE
  • 2013-present: University of Colorado Denver, Denver, Colorado, Assocaite Dean of Programs for the Business School.
  • 2008-present: University of Colorado Denver, Denver, Colorado, Associate Professor of Information Systems.
  • 2010-2011: University of Colorado Denver, Denver, Colorado, Interim Director of the Bard Center for Entrepreneurship.
  • 2001-2008: University of Colorado Denver, Denver, Colorado, Assistant Professor.
  • 2000-2001: Arizona State University West, Phoenix, Arizona, Visiting Assistant Professor.
  • 1996- 2000: Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona, Graduate Associate.

INDUSTRY EXPERIENCE
  • 2007-present: Developing Minds Software, Littleton, Colorado, Founder
  • 1987-1993: SPARTA, Advanced Technology Systems Operation, Brea, California, Senior Research Engineer
  • 1989-1991: PDA Engineering, PATRAN Training Department, Santa Ana, California, Consultant
  • 1984-1987: PDA Engineering, Solid Mechanics Department, Santa Ana, California, Engineer
  • 1983: Hughes Aircraft, Electron Dynamics Division, Torrance, California, Student Engineer

JOURNAL ARTICLES

BOOK CHAPTERS
  • S. Walczak, D. Gregg, G. Borken, and M. Erskine, eImage: Elements and Effects of Positive Organizational Online Identity, in Handbook of Strategic e-Business Management, Francisco J. Martínez-López, ed., Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg, 2014.
  • S. Walczak, D.L. Kellogg, & D. Gregg "A Mashup Application to Support Complex Decision Making for Retail Consumers." In: J. Wang (Ed.) Advancing the Service Sector with Evolving Technologies: Techniques and Principles, Hershey, PA: Business Science Reference, 2012, pp. 277-294.
  • D. Gregg and M. Sidahmed "Service Oriented Architecture," in The Handbook of Technology Management, H. Bidgoli, ed., New York, NY: Wiley, 2009, pp. 231-243.
  • B. Beemer and D. Gregg "Advisory Systems to Support Decision Making" in Handbook on Decision Support Systems, Vol. 1, Frada Burstein and Clyde W. Holsapple eds., Berlin / Heidelberg: Springer, 2008 (Chapter 24) pp. 511-528.
  • D. Gregg, "What are the benefits to eXtensible Markup Language (XML) and the barriers to its use?" in Business Driven Information Technology: Answers to 100 Critical Questions for Every Manager,D. R. Laube and R. F. Zammuto eds., Palo Alto, CA: Stanford Press, 2003, pp. 62-65.
  • D. Gregg, "What are the advantages and disadvantages of a Windows based software environment vs. a Unix based software environment?" in Business Driven Information Technology: Answers to 100 Critical Questions for Every Manager, D. R. Laube and R. F. Zammuto eds., Palo Alto, CA: Stanford Press, 2003, pp. 70-73.
  • D. Gregg, "What are the business and technology reasons for choosing one Unix platform over another?" in Business Driven Information Technology: Answers to 100 Critical Questions for Every Manager, D. R. Laube and R. F. Zammuto eds., Palo Alto, CA: Stanford Press, 2003, pp. 74-77.
  • D. Gregg, "What are the major hardware elements of a network and the role of each?" in Business Driven Information Technology: Answers to 100 Critical Questions for Every Manager, D. R. Laube and R. F. Zammuto eds., Palo Alto, CA: Stanford Press, 2003, pp. 101-105.
  • D. Gregg, "What are the differences between voice and data networks?" in Business Driven Information Technology: Answers to 100 Critical Questions for Every Manager, D. R. Laube and R. F. Zammuto eds., Palo Alto, CA: Stanford Press, 2003, pp. 110-113.
  • W. White and D. Gregg, "What are the common IT architectures in use today?" in Business Driven Information Technology: Answers to 100 Critical Questions for Every Manager, D. R. Laube and R. F. Zammuto eds., Palo Alto, CA: Stanford Press, 2003, pp. 62-65.

ARTICLES UNDER REVIEW / REVISION
  • J.P. Hasley, A. Hester and D. Gregg, "Consideration of Models and Measurement Strategies Examining Consumer Trust and Perceived Risk in e-Commerce," under revision for Journal of Organizatoinal Computing and Electronic Commerce, Fall 2014.
  • M. Alsharo & D. Gregg, "Intention to Collaborate Online: Measurement Scale Development" under review for Informaiton Technology & People, Fall 2014.
  • J. Imlawi, D. Gregg & J. Karimi, "Improving Student Engagement Using Course-Based Social Networks" under review at Behavior and Information Technology, Summer 2014.
  • M. Erskine, D. Gregg, J. Karimi & J.E. Scott, "Individual Decision-Performance of Spatial Decision Support Systems: A Geospatial Reasoning Ability and Perceived Task-Technology Fit Perspective," under review Information Systems Frontiers, Spring 2014.
  • M. Erskine and D. Gregg, "Geospatial Reasoning Ability: Construct and Substrata Definition, Measurement and Validation" under review International Journal of Human-Computer Interaction, Spring 2014.

CONFERENCE PAPERS
  • T. Ong, M. Mannino and D. Gregg, "Product Reputation Manipulation: The Impact of Shill Reviews on Perceived Quality," Proceedings of the Nineteenth Americas Conference on Information Systems, August 2013.
  • M. Erskine and D. Gregg, "Impact of Geospatial Reasoning Ability on Decision-Performance: The Moderating Role of Task Characteristics," Proceedings of the Nineteenth Americas Conference on Information Systems, August 2013.
  • J.P. Hasley and D. Gregg "The outcomes of user interactions with retail websites: Semantics and Nomenclature,"  AABRI Conference Orlando, January 2013
  • J. Imlawi & D. Gregg "Engagement in Online Communities: The Impact of Self-Disclosure and Humor," Proceedings of the Eighteenth Americas Conference on Information Systems, August 2012.
  • M. Alsharo & D. Gregg "Intention to Collaborate: Investigating Online Collaboration in Virtual Teams," Proceedings of the Eighteenth Americas Conference on Information Systems, August 2012.
  • M. A. Erskine, and D. Gregg, "Utilizing Volunteered Geographic Information to Develop a Real-Time Disaster Mapping Tool: A Prototype and Research Framework," 2012 International Conference on Information Resources Management (Conf-IRM)
  • M. A. Erskine, and D. Gregg, "The Effects of Geospatial Website Attributes on eImage: An Exploratory Study," Poster Paper, 2012 International Conference on Information Resources Management (Conf-IRM)
  • M. Erskine and D.G.Gregg "Geospatial Reasoning Ability of Business Decision Makers: Construct Definition and Measurement" Proceedings of the Seventeenth Americas Conference on Information Systems, August 2011.
  • D. Gregg , Improving Data Collection and Analysis Under RtI, Courage to Risk Conference, Colorado Springs, CO, January 23, 2009.
  • J.P. Hasley and D. Gregg "Understanding and Managing Web Site Information Content: The WICS Method," Proc. 14th AIS Americas Conference on Information Systems, Toronto, ON, August 14-17, 2008.
  • D. Gregg , Tools for Improving Assessment Through Real Time Data Collection Courage to Risk Conference, Poster Session, Colorado Springs, CO, January 25, 2008.
  • J. Scott and D. Gregg, "The Impact of Product Classification for Online Auctions," Proc. 10th AIS Americas Conference on Information Systems, New York, NY. August 6-8, 2004.
  • S. Walczak and D. Gregg, "Building Business Heuristics with Data-Mining Internet Agents," Proc. 9th AIS Americas Conference on Information Systems, Tampa, FL. August 4-6, 2003.
  • D. Gregg. "Using Meta-information Systems to Improve Web Data Quality," Doctoral Consortium, Proc. 5th AIS Americas Conference on Information Systems, Milwaukee, WI. August 13-15, 1999.
  • M. Gill, D. Gregg, D. Schuff, M. Goul and R. Santanam, "A Set of Workflow Meta-primitives for use in Electronic Commerce Applications," Proc. 5th AIS Americas Conference on Information Systems, Milwaukee, WI. August 13-15, 1999.
  • D. Gregg, "DSS Access on the WWW: An Intelligent Agent Prototype." Proc. 4th AIS Americas Conference on Information Systems, Baltimore MD. August 16-18, 1998.
  • D. Gregg, M. Goul and A. Philippakis, "DSS Access on the World Wide Web: An Empirical Test of an Open DSS Protocol", Proc. 3rd. AIS Americas Conference on Information Systems, Indianapolis, IN, August 15-17, 1997.
  • W. Campbell, P. Csik, D. Gregg, and R. Fong, "Advances in Multiple Explosively Formed Penetrator Warhead Technology", Proc. ADPA Bomb and Warhead Technical Meeting, San Diego CA, May 1991.
  • W. Campbell, and D. Gregg, "The Application of Multiple Explosively Formed Penetrator Warheads to SO/LIC Confrontations", Proc. ADPA SO/LIC Symposium, Washington D.C., December 1990.

NON-REFEREED PUBLICATIONS

OTHER WORK-IN-PROGRESS
  • D. Gregg & M. Parthasarathy "Reputation and Survival of eBay Firms: An Investigation of Entrepreneurship on eBay", Working Paper.
  • D. Forlani, D., M. Parthasarathy, & D. Gregg,"To Pay or to Pirate: Understanding the Music Consumer’s Decision from both a Choice and an Adoption Perspective, " Working Paper
  • M. Parthasarathy, J. Khuntia, & D. Gregg, "The Snob Effect and Customer Switching of Digital Products" Working Paper
  • S. Permwonguswa, J. Khuntia, & D. Gregg, "Designing a Medical Tourism E-Portal to Reduce Information Asymmetry," Working Paper
  • M. Alsharo, D. Gregg &  R. Ramirez, "Knowledge Sharing in Virtual Teams: The Impact on Trust, Collaboration, and Team Effectiveness"
  • M. Erskine, J. Choi, D. Gregg, & J. Scott "Location-Aware Mobile Applications: A Protection Motivation and Technology Acceptance Perspective", Working Paper
  • T. Ong, M. Mannino and D. Gregg, "Product Reputation Manipulation: The Impact of Shill Reviews on Perceived Quality, Working Paper

GRANTS AND AWARDS
  • November 2014, Daniel's Fund, Ethics Initiative, Expand ethics education at CU Denver.
    Award Value: $1.25 million over 5 years (with Ira Selkowitz).
  • January 2004, CIT, Expanding Enterprise Technology Infrastructure and courses at CU Denver.
    Award Value: $3.4 million. Included Oracle E-Business software and $50 K in implementation funding (with Jahangir Karimi, PI).

FACULTY MENTORING
  • Michelle Carpenter, 2012-present
  • Rodney Herring, English, 2011-present
  • Yiming Deng, Electrical Engineering, 2009-present
  • Sondra Bland, Psychology, 2009-2011

STUDENT SUPERVISION
  • PhD Dissertation Supervision
    • Mohamed Khojah, Current
    • Jae Hoon Choi, Current
    • Sumat Permwonguswa, Current
    • Chris Sibona, 2014
    • Michael Erskine (Chair), 2013
    • Mohamed Al Sharo (Chair), 2013
    • Jehad Imlawi, (Chair), 2013
    • Toan Ong (Co-chair), 2013
    • John Brickey, 2010
    • Brandon Beemer (Chair), 2010
    • Joseph Hasley, (Chair), 2010
    • Yanjuan Yang, 2009
    • Andrea Hester, 2009
       
  • Independent Study/Internship Supervision
    • Erica Hill, Graduate, 2012
    • Andrew Calvo, Graduate, 2011
    • Michael Erskine, Graduate, 2007
    • Faisal Al Khouri, Undergraduate, 2005
    • Kevin King, Graduate, 2004
    • Geoffrey Peck, Graduate, 2004
    • Jean-Yves Robert, Graduate, 2003
    • Harumi Warner, Graduate, 2003
    • Sachin Saindane, Graduate, 2003
    • Maya Kuyo, Graduate, 2002
    • Brandon Reck, Undergraduate, 2002
    • Kris Barrit, Graduate, 2002
       

COURSES TAUGHT
  • 2001-present: University of Colorado Denver, Denver, Colorado, Associate Professor.

ISMG 2050 Introduction to Business Problem Solving, 2005-2008 (Fall/Spring), Spring 2010
Introduction to Business Problem Solving prepares undergraduate students to analyze data and solve real-life business problems, using spreadsheet, database and Web tools. It challenges students to use critical thinking and analysis to find efficient and effective solutions to real-life business situations. This course introduces students to the problem solving and decision making skills they will need to be successful both at the University and in a business environment. Students solve problems in statistics, accounting, finance, marketing, management, and information systems.

ISMG 2800 Designing for the Web, 2010-2012 (Fall/Spring), Fall 2013, Spring 2015
Students examine how the Web is evolving to support a variety of business needs.  The course covers the design and usability principals necessary for improving online interactions via traditional websites as well as using technologies promoting collaboration and information sharing (e.g. social networks, blogs, wikis, forms).  Students develop an understanding of the principles of web page and web site design; Hypertext Markup Language, Cascading Style Sheets, streaming video, online collaboration technologies, client and server scripting, and the process of publishing Web sites.

ISMG 3200 Data Structures and Java, 2001-2005 (Fall/Spring)
An undergraduate second programming course that introduces students to the Java programming language. It provides an understanding of algorithm development, programming, computer concepts, and the design and application of data and file structures. It includes an understanding of the logical and physical structures of both programs and data. This course is taught both in a traditional classroom and online.

ISMG 3300 / MKTG 3300 Social Media In Business, Spring 2012/2013
Social media has become a central component of business. Collaborative, social technology is now an essential part of many organizations including marketing, HR, legal, product management and the supply chain. In this course, we examine the organizational use of social media technologies such as photo and website editing, blogs, web analytics, and social networks, as well as the use of social media analytics to drive business strategy.

ISMG 4200 Building Business Applications, Fall 2014
Examines how business technologies are designed and implemented. Usability, logic, and platform selection issues are highlighted through the development of simple business systems. Includes Windows interface design; storing, retrieving, and manipulating information; real time decision making; task automation through iteration; platform selection (mobile, desktop or web); and web programming.

ISMG 4800 eBusiness Systems Development, 2004-2009 (Fall/Spring)
This course is an introduction to distributed client/server development and the WWW environment. It investigates the details of HTML, JavaScript, Dynamic HTML, Database driven Web content using MySQL, and PHP.

ISMG 6280 Service Oriented Architecture, 2006-2012 (Fall)
A graduate course designed to provide a thorough introduction to "Service Oriented Architecture" (SOA), which refers to a design pattern made up of components and interconnections that stress interoperability and location transparency. This course the latest heterogeneous models for carrying out large scale distributed computing using Web services. It includes covers both the design of SOA systems as well as practical hands-on programming of a distributed Web Service based system. The fundamentals of defining, designing, building, testing and rolling-out a SOA system are explored using tools from major Web service vendors. Also, looks at the impact of SOA on software quality, efficiency, security, performance and flexibility.

ISMG 6140 Distributed Object System Development with Java, Fall 2005, Spring 2003, Fall 2002
A graduate course emphasizing: distributed object systems engineering. The fundamental concepts, principles and methods for business object system implementation are covered. Coverage includes distributed object architectures and standards: JDBC (Java Data Base Connectivity), RMI (Remote Method Invocation), CORBA (Common Object Request Broker Architecture), Distributed Component Object Model (DCOM), Enterprise Java Beans. The concept of Web Services are introduced as well

ISMG 6240 Interactive Multimedia Systems, Fall 2004, Fall 2003, Spring 2002
A graduate course emphasizing: understanding the process of creating, revising, and publishing web pages, writing client-side and server-side scripts for web pages, using databases for retrieval and storage of permanent web data, using style sheets and XML, and understanding the principles of web page and web site design.

ISMG 6020 Object-Oriented Programming, Fall 2001
A graduate course introducing object-oriented modeling and programming. It includes the C++ programming language and proper programming style. It covers classes, inheritance, polymorphism and common data structures.

ENTP 6862, Strategic Web Development, 2010-2013 (Spring)
An entrepreneurship course emphasizing the design and creation of a web presence that will support the purpose of the organization and help fuel the growth of the venture. Discusses the importance of website visibility to new business operations. Students also learn how to best utilize search engines, social networks, blogs and other online tools to support and promote your business.

  • 2000-2001: Arizona State University West, Phoenix, Arizona, Visiting Assistant Professor.

    ISM 410 Client Development/Deployment, Fall 2000, Spring 2001
    This course is designed to provide the student with the concepts and skills to develop Windows-NT-based desktop applications using Visual Basic. The emphasis is on programming concepts, logic constructs, and user interface design issues. The approach is Object-oriented and Event-driven. Database access during program execution is also emphasized. Structured Query Language (SQL) will also be taught in conjunction with Visual Basic.

ISM 411 Distributed Client Development/Deployment, Fall 2000, Spring 2001
This course is an introduction to distributed client/server development and the WWW environment. It investigates the details of HTML, JavaScript, Dynamic HTML, Web Database, and Active Server Pages. It explores how these technologies support modern business requirements.

  • 1996- 2000 - Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona, Graduate Associate.

CIS 593 Java Applied Project, Teaching Assistant, Third Trimester 1999
Master's level industry project course. Duties included coordination and technical support.

CIS 591 Advanced Java Programming, Instructor, Second Trimester 1998
Masters level course covering the Java programming language and its applicability to business. Duties included course preparation and instruction. The course included the basic Java syntax and class structure, Java utilities, Threads, Applications and Applets, Graphical User interfaces with both Java AWT and Java Sing components, Java network utilities, remote method invocation (RMI), and Java beans.

CIS 410 Object-Oriented Modeling and Programming, Instructor,
Spring 1998, Summer 1998, Fall 1999, Spring 2000
Senior level course covering object-oriented modeling and programming. It includes the C++ programming language and proper programming style. It also covers the modern style of data structure implementation known as data abstraction and study common data structures.

CIS 535 Distributed Information Systems: Course Preparation, Fall 1997
Created course materials on distributed information systems. It includes emerging industry standards and protocols, current network environments and trends, and distributed database systems.

CIS 505 Technical Foundations of Data Management: Course Preparation, Summer 1997
Created Java and C++ course materials including programs, assignments and handouts.

CIS 200 Introduction to Business Data Processing, Lab Instructor, Fall 1997, Spring 1997
Undergraduate business core course which introduces the use of computers in business and teaches practical business computer skills. Instruction included spreadsheets, database, graphics, word processing, Internet and presentation. Responsibilities included teaching nine breakout lab sections and exam preparation.


PRESENTATIONS AT MEETINGS AND SEMINARS PRESENTED
  • Guest Lecturer, December 2013, "Social Media and Analytics," 11-Month MBA Marketing Course, Business School
  • Guest Lecturer, February 2013, "Strategic Web Development," The Business Plan Course, Bard Center for Entrepreneurship
  • Guest Lecturer, February 2012, "Strategic Web Development," The Business Plan Course, Bard Center for Entrepreneurship
  • Presentation/Panel, January 2012, "Entrepreneurship in Higher Education", Rocky Venture Club
  • Presentation, September 2011, "The Bard Center for Entrepreneurship", Rotary Club, DTC Chapter
  • Guest Lecturer, February 2011, "Strategic Web Development," The Business Plan Course, Bard Center for Entrepreneurship
  • Presentation, February 2011, "Business Plan Development," 2011 ASQ Denver Career Enhancement Workshop: Building Value in Your Professional Potential
  • Guest Lecturer, February 2010, "Strategic Web Development," The Business Plan Course, Bard Center for Entrepreneurship
  • Presentation, November 2009, "Strategic Web Development," The Bard Center for Entrepreneurship
  • Presentation, January 2009, "Improving Data Collection and Analysis Under RtI", Courage to Risk Conference, Colorado Springs, CO.
  • Seminar, November 2008, "Get the Website You Need," The Bard Center for Entrepreneurship
  • Seminar, October 2008, "Why You Need a Website," The Bard Center for Entrepreneurship
  • Presentation, September 2008, "Your Website, Your Image," Rutt Bridges Seminar
  • Presentation, January 2008, "Tools for Improving Assessment Through Real Time Data Collection", Courage to Risk Conference, Colorado Springs, CO.
  • Presentation, September 2005, CSIS PhD Seminar, Univ. of Colorado, Denver, "The Relationship Between Web Quality, Trust and Online Auction Profitability".
  • Presentation, November 2003, CSIS PhD Seminar, Univ. of Colorado, Denver, "The Role of Reputation Systems in Reducing Online Auction Fraud".
  • Presentation, August 2003, 9th AIS Americas Conference on Information Systems, Tampa, FL, Intelligent Agents Track.
  • Doctoral Consortium, Participant/Presentation, December 12-15, 1999, 20th International Conference on Information Systems, Charlotte, NC
  • Doctoral Consortium, Participant/Presentation, August 12, 1999, Fifth AIS Americas Conference on Information Systems, Milwaukee, WI.
  • Presentation, August 1998, Fourth AIS Americas Conference on Information Systems, Baltimore MD, Artificial Intelligence Track.
  • Presentation, December 1990, ADPA SO/LIC Symposium, Washington D.C.

HONORS, AWARDS, AND DISTINCTIONS
  • Dave Laube Community Impact Award (2011), Business School, University of Colorado Denver
  • Outstanding Student Chapter Award, Association for Information Systems, 2009-2010 Academic Year, December 14, 2010, Faculty Advisor
  • Outstanding Educational Program Award Winner, the Information Systems Association, April 28, 2010, Faculty Advisor
  • Dean's Scholar Award (recognizing the best researcher of the year), The Business School, 2008
  • Rutt Bridges Seminar Award (with S. Walczak), Fall 2008,
    paper "Dressing Your Online Auction Business For Success: An Experiment Comparing Two E-Bay Businesses"
  • Bard Center Business Plan Competition First Place Award, for: Developing Minds Software, June 11, 2008
  • Outstanding Entrepreneurial Activity, Research and Creative Activity Symposium, Faculty Sponsor (Michael Erskine, student), April 2007
  • Who's Who Among Americas Teachers, 2006
  • Outstanding Tenure-Track Teacher of the Year, The Business School, 2005
  • 20th International Conference on Information Systems Doctoral Consortium Participant, December 12-15, 1999
    paper "Supporting Web Content Quality: Formalizing Meta-Data Concepts For The Web-Domain"
  • Outstanding Teaching Assistant, School of Accountancy and Information Management Circle of Friends, Arizona State University, 1999
  • Distinguished Achievement Award for female doctoral students (Nominee), Arizona State University Faculty Women's Association, 1999
  • Graduate Tuition Scholarship Award, School of Accountancy and Information Management, Arizona State University, 1996-2000
  • Graduate Tuition Scholarship Award, School of Management, Arizona State University West, 1993-1996

ORGANIZATION MEMBERSHIPS
  • Association for Information Systems
  • Center for Information Technology Innovation
  • Colorado Software and Internet Association
  • Association for Computing Machinery (past)
  • IEEE Computer Society (past)
  • Rocky Venture Club (past)

 


SERVICE
Information Systems Area
  • 2013 Interviewed IS Assistant Professor Candidates
  • 2003-12 Faculty Advisor, Student Information Systems Association
  • 2006-12 Business Leaders with an Edge, planning committee
  • 2006-11 Course Coordinator, ISMG 2050
  • 2008 Chair, Undergraduate Information Systems Curriculum Review Committee
  • 2003-08 PhD Applicant Review committee
  • 2002 Instructor & Assistant Professor IS Recruiting committee
Entrepreneurship Center
  • 2014 Helped develope undergraduate emphasis and "Launchpad" certificate proposals
  • 2013 Program Assistant Recruiting Committee
  • 2013-14 Reviewer Business Plan Competition
  • 2012 Interim Academic Director, Bard Center of Entrepreneurship
  • 2010-11 Administrative Director, Bard Center of Entrepreneurship
    • Business Plan Competition Committee
    • Incubator Committee
    • Rutt Bridges Venture Capital Fund Committee
    • Instrumental in securing a $200,000 donation from the Daniel and Janet Mordecai Foundation
    • Launched the Dave O'Brien Memorial Incubation Office fundraising campaign
    • Recruited 12 new members for the Bard Center Advisory Council
    • Attended/Led 16 Advisory Council/Subcommittee Meetings
    • Met individually with 37 Advisory Council members/prospective members
  • 2009-10 Bard Center Continuing Professional Education Committee, Chair Curriculum Subcommittee
  • 2009-12 Attend Bard Center Advisory Board meetings
  • 2010-11 Strategic Planning Committee, Bard Center
Business School
  • 2012-15 Directors Council
  • 2014-15 Dean's Search Committeee
  • 2014 Developed Revised Minor for the Business School
  • 2014 Interview new Finance/Marketing/Management/Business Analytics Faculty
  • 2014 Interviewed for Commodities Center Director
  • 2014 Developed South Campus Launch Proposal for the Business School
  • 2013-14 Launched Dean's Student Advisory Council
  • 2013-14 Developed MS in Taxation Budget and Proposal
  • 2013 Reorgaized Undergraduate Advising
  • 2005-06, 2008-13 Strategic Planning Committee, Business School
    • 2005-06 Strategic Planning: Research and Scholarship Task Force
    • 2008-09 D1 Graduate Education Task Force
    • 2010-11 Co-Chair D2-D3 Education Task Force
  • 2004-14 Maintain Business School Research website
  • 2011 Tenure Committee Member, Carol Dee
  • 2009-12 Outstanding Researcher Selection Committee (Business School)
  • 2010-11 Interviewer for new RMI Faculty
  • 2010 Comprehensive Review Committee Member, Malina
  • 2010 Post-Tenure Review Committee Member, Bryant
  • 2009/2007/2006 Interviewer for new Finance Faculty
  • 2006-09 Internal Affairs Committee
    • 2008 Chair Internal Affairs Committee
  • 2008 Tenure Committee Member, Nieschwitz
  • 2006-08 Outstanding Teacher Selection Committee (Business School)
  • 2006-07 Interviewer for new Accounting Faculty
  • 2006-07 Maintain BAP tutoring website
  • 2003-06 Attended Celebration for Success
  • 2005 Summer Research Grant Committee
  • 2003-05 Faculty Liaison Business School website.
    Supervised (and conducted) transition of Business School site to CMS
  • 2004 Developed Business School Intranet
  • 2003 Marketing Committee, Business Driven Information Technology: Answers to
    100 Critical Questions for Every Manager.
University
  • 2014   Academic Program Prioritization Committee  
  • 2013-14 Associate Dean's/Academic Support Group Committee
  • 2013-14 Maymester/Summer Committee
  • 2012-2014 Table Leader Undergraduate Experiences Symposium
  • 2012-13 Special Chancellor's Online Visioning Task Force
  • 2006-13 Member, Undergraduate Council
  • 2008-13 Tenure Track Mentoring Program
  • 2003-13 Member, Online Faculty Advisory Committee
  • 2012-13 Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program, Selection Committee
  • 2002-13 Attended Graduation
  • 2012 Technology Review Committee
  • 2012 Special Chancellor's Committee on Massive Open Online Courses and related online educational activities
  • 2012 Participated in Campus Recruiting Video Project
  • 2012 Evaluated CU Denver Faculty Research and Awards Tracking System
  • 2012 Participated in Center for Faculty Development External Review
  • 2012 Learning Management System Selection Advisory Committee
  • 2011-12 Participated in Academic Management Institute, Colorado Network of Women Leaders Program
  • 2009-11 Outstanding Researcher Selection Committee (Downtown Denver Campus)
  • 2009-10 Member Search Committee for the UC Denver Dean of the Graduate School
  • 2008 Member Search Committee for the Assistant Vice Chancellor for Information Technology Services
  • 2006-08 Outstanding Teacher Selection Committee (Downtown Denver Campus)
  • 2007-08 Conducted Decision Support System Presentations to Special Education Assessment Course (Caron Westland's)
  • 2005 Member Recruiting Committee for a Web Application Developer for ATEL
  • 2004 Conducted a workshop on developing online knowledge surveys for the Centre for Faculty Development.
  • 2003-04 Member, Information Technology Policy Council (ITPC).
  • 2002 Developed Online Knowledge Survey Generator
System
  • 2013 Community of Practice Review Team
  • 2012-13 Task Force on New Technologies in Higher Ed
  • 2012-13 Privilege and Tenure Committee
  • 2012 Participated in the CU Foundation faculty giving video project
  • 2008-09 Emerging Leaders Program
Community
  • 2014-15 Advanced Industries Program and Accelerator Grant Reviewer
  • 2013-15 Governor's IT Economic Development Advisory Council
  • 2012-14 Attended Denver Start-up week events
  • 2012 (May) 9 New Interview on Facebook IPO
  • 2012 (May) KOA 850AM Radio Interview on Facebook IPO
  • 2012 "Entrepreneurship in Higher Education", Rocky Venture Club, Panel Presenter
  • 2012 Member, Rocky Venture Club
  • 2011-2012 Attended Start-up Colorado, Denver Meetings
  • 2011 Member Downtown Denver Partnership Incubator Evaluation Committee
  • 2011 "The Bard Center for Entrepreneurship", Rotary Club, DTC Chapter, Presenter
  • 2006/10/11 Attended Rocky Mountain Information Management Association Meetings
  • 2008-11 Member Denver Founders Network
  • 2003-09 Faculty Member, Center for Information Technology Innovation
    (Regularly attended Women's C-Level Luncheons)
  • 2007-08 Member, Colorado Internet and Software Association
  • 2007 Attended the Colorado Internet and Software Associations DEMOgala.
  • 2007 Conducted a mock college lecture for a group of AVID students from Heritage High School.
  • 2006 Attended Denver's IT Summit
  • 2004 Colorado Institute of Technology Catalyst Event
  • 2003 Governors Technology Summit
  • 1998 Research Volunteer, Autism Research Institute.
Profession
  • 2010-2012, Member Student Chapter Executive Committee, Association for Information Systems
    • 2011/2012 Chair AIS Student Chapter Awards Committee
    • 2010 Member AIS Student Chapter Awards Committee
    • 2010 Member Student Competition Workgroup
  • 2007 Conference Committee, AIS Americas Conference on Information Systems 2007 Conference, Placement Chair
  • 2006 Associate Editor, International Conference on Information Systems, General Track
  • 2006 Session Chair, International Conference on Information Systems, General Track
  • 2002-03 Section Editor, Business Driven Information Technology: Answers to 100 Critical Questions for Every Manager, D. R. Laube and R. F. Zammuto eds.
  • 1998 Session Chair, AIS Americas Conference on Information Systems , Baltimore MD, Artificial Intelligence Track.
  • 1996 Volunteer, AIS Americas Conference on Information Systems
  • Reviewing
    • 2012, 14 Reviewer, Electronic Commerce Research and Applications
    • 2014,  Reviewer Journal of Organizatoinal Computing and Electronic Commerce
    • 1999-06, 14 Reviewer, AIS Americas Conference on Information Systems
    • 2013-14 Reviewer Information & Management
    • 2010-11, 13 Reviewer, MIS Quarterly
    • 2008/2011-13 Reviewer, Electronic Commerce Research
    • 1999-13 Reviewer, International Conference on Information Systems
    • 2012-13 Reviewer, Software: Practice and Experience
    • 2011-12 Reviewer, ACM Transactions on the Web
    • 2006-12 Reviewer, International Journal of Electronic Commerce
    • 2008/12 Reviewer, Journal of Organizational Computing and Electronic Commerce
    • 2012 Reviewer, European Conference on Information Systems
    • 2004-11 Reviewer, Information and Software Technology
    • 2011 Reviewer, International Journal of Information Management
    • 2002/2011 Reviewer, Electronic Markets
    • 2009-10 Reviewer, International Journal of Human-Computer Studies
    • 2010 Reviewer, International Journal of Information Management
    • 2009-2010 Reviewer, Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada
    • 2010 Reviewer, e-Service Journal
    • 2010 Reviewer, Annals of IS
    • 2009 Reviewer, Behaviour & Information Technology
    • 2008-09 Reviewer, Journal of Management Information Systems
    • 2008 Reviewer, International Journal of Human Computer Interaction
    • 2008 Reviewer, Communications of the ACM
    • 2008 Reviewer, Asia Pacific Management Review
    • 2003-07 Reviewer, Decision Support Systems
    • 1999-07 Reviewer, International Conference on Information Systems
    • 2006 Reviewer, Information Systems Research
    • 2006 Book Review, Learning Web Programming with PHP and Oracle, Prentice Hall.
    • 2004-05 Reviewer, Information Sciences
    • 2004 Reviewer, Hawaii International Conference on Systems and Software
    • 1999/2003 Reviewer, Information Systems Frontiers
    • 2002-03 Reviewer, IEEE Transactions on Data and Knowledge Engineering
    • 2002 Reviewer, The Internet Encyclopedia, John Wiley & Sons, Inc.

REFERENCES

Available upon request.


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