Education


Year Title University
2008 Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)
Information Sciences and Technology with a concentration
in Management and Organization
Pennsylvania State University
2002 Master of Science(MS)
Information Systems
Penn State University at Harrisburg
2001 Master of Business Administration (MBA) Penn State University at Harrisburg
2000 Bachelor of Science
Information Systems
Penn State University at Harrisburg
2000 Bachelor of Science
Marketing
Penn State University at Harrisburg
1998 Associate of Arts
Business Administration
Harrisburg Area Community College


Dissertation Committee


John M. Carroll (Chair) - Professor of Information Sciences and Technology and Director of the Center for Human-Computer Interaction, The Pennsylvania State University

Mary Beth Rosson - Professor of Information Sciences and Technology and Associate Dean, The Pennsylvania State University

Brian Smith - Professor of Learning Technologies, Drexel University

Gerald Susman - Director of the Center for the Management of Technological and Organizational Change, Director of the Sustainability Council, Emeritus Klein Professor of Management, Smeal College of Business, The Pennsylvania State University


Academic Experience


2008 - Present Assistant Professor of Information Systems,
School of Business Administration,
Penn State University at Harrisburg
2004 - 2008 Instructor of Information Systems,
School of Business Administration,
Penn State University at Harrisburg
2002 - 2008 Research Assistant,
College of Information Sciences and Technology,
The Pennsylvania State University
2001 - 2002 Instructor,
School of Business Administration,
Penn State University at Harrisburg
2000 - 2002 Research Assistant,
School of Business Administration,
Penn State University at Harrisburg

Honor Societies


Beta Gamma Sigma, AASCB Business Schools Honor Society

Phi Theta Kappa, International Honor Society

Alpha Beta Gamma, National Business Honor Society

Mu Kappa Tau, Marketing Honor Society

Alpha Sigma Lambda, National Honor Society for Nontraditional Adult Students