- Carey O’Donnell to speak at the NFAIS Conference on a pilot program on the use of iPad’s and all-digital content in the classroom, June 15th, 2012.
- Sunil Wattal spoke on Crowdfunding: A New Era of Democratized Entrepreneurship at the Knowledge Leadership Series organized by the International Executive Education Center, Singapore, May 30, 2012.
- Rich Flanagan spoke about IT Governance at Beijing National Accounting Institute, May 25, 2012.
- Paul Pavlou was quoted in a Philadelphia Business Journal article on Big Data, May 25, 2012.
- Angelika Dimoka recently had a paper accepted at MISQ: How to Conduct a functional Magnetic Resonance (fMRI) Study in Social Science Research, MIS Quarterly (forthcoming)
- Steven L. Johnson wrote an open editorial on The rise and fall of Facebook, Philadelphia Inquirer, May 22, 2012. He was quoted in an article on social media by the Philadelphia Business Journal, May 4, 2012 and was also quoted by Advertising Age on brand management in social media, April 23, 2012
- David Schuff and Munir Mandviwalla spoke about Making Education Social: The FoxMIS Community Site, at the Campus Technology Forum - Los Angeles, CA, May 1, 2012 (click here for the video) and will present on the same topic at the Campus Technology Forum, Boston, MA, July 16, 2012.
- David Schuff was cited by Find-MBA on the value of MBA programs with an IT focus, April 23, 2012.
Professor Carey O’Donnell is featured in an article by Temple News on the use of Apple iPad’s in MIS 2901/2101 – Information Systems in Organizations.
Assistant Professor of Practice E. Carey O’Donnell Jr. has held a number of Senior Sales and Executive Management positions and has extensive background and success in the formulation and implementation of sales and marketing strategies in the IT industry. Carey was a co-founder of The Cactus Integration Group, a telecommunications deployment company that was launched in August of 1997. In less than three years, Mr. O’Donnell built a sales and marketing organization which delivered over $90 million in annual sales. Carey is a co-founder and principal at Mesa Technical Associates, Inc., a turn-key solutions provider focused on power infrastructure applications for the telecommunications, utility, and data center sectors.
Assistant Professor of Practice and Associate Director of Center for Design + Innovation, James Moustafello is engaged in design, production, research and entrepreneurship. He is co-principal of Intellectual Property LLC, an interdisciplinary research and design studio which integrates architecture, strategy, graphics, product design, and technology. Mr. Moustafellos is also a founding partner of EnA / Elements and Alloys, a new luxury brand of fine jewelry which explores the intersection between design and business thinking, handcraftsmanship and mass production. Mr. Moustafellos’ design work has been exhibited and has won numerous awards and distinctions including Slought Foundation in Philadelphia, Philadelphia Museum of Art, World Gold Council, Jewelers of America, American Institute of Architects and was featured in the exhibition ‘The Un-private House’ at the Museum of Modern Art, New York.
The Fox School of Business at Temple University is pleased to announce the Interdisciplinary Symposium on Decision Neuroscience, September 24-26, 2010. The symposium brings together researchers from multiple disciplines including neuroscience, marketing, information systems, psychology, consumer behavior, and economics, to share research findings and to discuss how neuroscience can inform decision making.
The symposium is hosted by the new Center for Neural Decision Making which examines the neurobiological bases of human behavior, preference formation and decision making. Led by Dr. Angelika Dimoka, the center employs functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) in combination with traditional behavioral measures to develop models for human decision-making such as online consumer behavior and system use. For more information, please visit the symposium site at: http://www.fox.temple.edu/conferences/decisionneuroscience/index.html