Zhe Deng

Doctoral Student


Zhe Deng

Ph.D. Student

Research Assistant and Teaching Assistant





Zhe Deng joined the MIS Ph.D. program in 2016. He received the Presidential Fellowships, the most prestigious university-wide award for graduate students at Temple. Prior to entering the doctoral program, he received a B.S. in Information Management and Information Systems from Northwest University in China and an M.S. in Information Systems and Operations Management from the University of Florida. He is a fan of TED and worked as the Director of Operation Administration Team (OAT) in TEDxXi’an. He believes the best way to be creative in research is to accumulate different knowledge and methods, even ideas from daily life, and then to synthesize isolated bits of data and practice into an integrated picture.



Ph.D. Student – Management Information Systems, Temple University, 2021(Expected)

MS, University of Florida, 2014

BS, Northwest University (China), 2011


Research Interests

Economics of IS (Education), Healthcare IS, Social Network Mining



Fall 2017 – BA 9814: Advanced Quantitative Research Methods – Teaching Assistant (4.75/5.00)

Fall 2018 – MIS 2502: Data Analytics – Teaching Assistant (Not evaluated)

Spring 2019 – MIS 2502: Data Analytics – Instructor (4.3/5.0)

Contact Information

201 Speakman Hall
1810 North 13th Street
Philadelphia, PA 19122-6083

Office Hours

Wednesdays, 15:00 - 17:00

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