Degrees, Licenses, & Certificates:
- B.B.A., Abilene Christian University, 1993
- M.B.A., University of Texas, 1998
- Ph.D., University of Texas, 2003
Academic Positions Held:
- Director of the School of Information Technology and Computing, 2011-present
- Assistant Professor of Management Science and Information Systems, Abilene Christian University, 2006-present.
- Mobile Learning Fellow 2008-Present
- Assistant Professor of Information Systems, Indiana University, 2003-2006
- Convertible Lecturer of Information Systems, Indiana University 2001-2002
- Teaching Assistant, The University of Texas at Austin, 1997-200
- Consultant, Office of Government Services, Arthur Andersen, LLP, Washington, D.C., 1995-1996
- Staff Accountant, Audit & Business Advisory Services, Arthur Andersen LLP, 1993-1995
- Management Information Systems
- Project Management
- Systems Analysis and Design
- Use and impact of information technology in educational and workplace settings.
- Social processes in distributed work groups, including the formation of control and trust among peers in virtual teams.
- Is it Work or Play? Utilitarian versus Hedonic Uses of Converged Mobile Devices in Higher Education
- Extending Construal Level Theory to Distributed Teams
- Mobile Device Usage in Higher Education: iPhone versus iPod Touch
- Trust Development in Temporary Virtual Teams