I am an assistant professor of MIS at Le Moyne College in Syracuse, NY. I am currently conducting research into how individuals make decisions and how the availability of technological decision aids impacts the decision making process.
When I'm not studying technology and human behavior, I like to cook. For someone without a drop of Italian blood in them, I've been told I make a pretty mean pizza.
See the about section for even more about me.
In the Fall of 2014, I am teaching one section of MIS201 (the introductory MIS course), one section of MIS415 (business intelligence), and one section of MIS601 (the MBA information strategy course).
I have also taught Systems Analysis & Design, Enterprise Systems, Accounting Information Systems, and the MBA level MIS overview course.
Future projects include how individuals extract information from inanimate information sources based on source design characteristics. I also am investigating how emotional investment in the topic being researched impacts the search process.