B.B.A. in Business Analysis, M.S. in Business Computing Science, and Ph.D. in Business Analysis from Texas A&M University
Social/Ethical/Legal Issues, Group Support Systems, Collaborative Technologies
Enclave and Nework Security
Assistant Professor in MIS and Director of the J.C. Penney Leadership Center at the University of Oklahoma. Extensive private sector consulting in the areas of project management,
eBusiness, CRM, strategic planning and marketing, and bioinformatics. Clients included American Airlines, Goldman Sachs, and Southwest Airlines
Delta Sigma Pi Professor of the Year Award (1995-96), Student Business Association Faculty Member of the Year Award (1995-96), and Student Business Association Outstanding Professor Award (1994-95), all from the University of Oklahoma
Reviewer/advisor for ethical and social issue content in textbooks and research tools, including co-author or contributor to three books: "Ethical Issues in Information Systems" (with G. Fowler and D. Paradice), George Fowlerʼs "COBOL: Structured Programming Techniques For Solving Problems", and contributions of ethical content to Ralph Stairʼs "Principles of Information Systems (2nd Edition)"