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Call for 2020 Papers - Submission Deadline: October 25, 2019

A diverse range of research topics will be considered. Proposals for panels and papers on curricular issues, teaching techniques, and interdisciplinary efforts are especially invited (Click Here to Submit Now).

2019 DIstinguished Paper Award Announcement

The Society for the Advancement of Information Systems 2019 Distinguished Paper Award was given to Elizabeth A. Cameron from Alma College and Tanya M. Marcum from Bradley University, for their paper Why Business Schools Must Incorporate Cybersecurity into the Business Curriculum - Preparing the Next Generation for Success.

Our Most Recent SAIS Conference (March 27-29, 2019)

SAIS papers that were presented include:

"Theory and Real Life Applications of Fuzzy Logic"
      Hamed Sallam, Minnesota State University
      Afnaan Hashmi, Minnesota State University
      Fawzaan Hashmi, Minnesota State University
"Sharing Economy—Whither are We Bound?"
      Rangarajan Parthasarathy, University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign
"Microservice Priented Blockchain Architecture: Design and Issues"
      Ruidong Zhang, University of Wisconsin–Eau Claire
"Digital citizenship: Social media and civic engagement"
      Douglass Smith, Emporia State University
"Leveraging the Maker Movement for Occupational Therapy and Computer Science Education: An Interdisciplinary Approach to Adopting Emerging 3D Printing Technologies"
      Thomas L. Buck, College of St. Scholastica
      Christine McConnell, College of St. Scholastica
"Computer Science Education at a Liberal Arts College: A Values-Centered Approach to Professional Preparation for Meaningful Work"
      Brandon Olson, College of St. Scholastica
      Thomas L. Buck, College of St. Scholastica
"What's next for MOOC's?"
      Richard L. Revoir, College of St. Scholastica
      Thomas L. Buck, College of St. Scholastica
"The Impact of Course Registration Time on Students’ Academic Performance in an Online Undergraduate MIS Class"
      Bhavik Pathak, Indiana University–South Bend
"Privacy: A Key Piece of the Online Student Satisfaction Puzzle"
      Denise Williams, University of Tennessee–Martin
      Ashley Kilburn, University of Tennessee–Martin
      Brandon Kilburn, University of Tennessee–Martin
      Kevin L. Hammond, University of Tennessee–Martin
"Uses of ICT for Eff ective Communication in a Nonprofi t Organization"
      Shamsul I. Chowdhury, Roosevelt University
      Al Abdelhamid Omran, Roosevelt University
"Why Business Schools Must Incorporate Cybersecurity into the Business Curriculum—Preparing the Next Generation for Success"
      Elizabeth A. Cameron, Alma College
      Tanya M. Marcum, Bradley University
"Enterprise Information Management in the Cloud"
      Joseph O. Chan, Roosevelt University
"State- and Context-Dependent Information Management Model among the Billionaires in the U.S.A. and China"
      Jan-Jo Chen, Chicago State University
      Wei-Wei Cheng, Northrop Grumman
      Jian-Chern Chen, Northwestern Polytechnic University
"Learning and Building Apps that Impact the World: A Matter of Computing Principles"
      Thomas Gibbons, College of St. Scholastica
      Thomas L. Buck, College of St. Scholastica
"Impact of Perceived Information Technology Security Risks on User Resistance to Information Technology Innovations"
      Anuradha Rangarajan, Indiana State University
      David Batts, College of Engineering and Technology
      Carolyn K. Dunn, College of Engineering and Technology
"The Advancement of the Internet of Thing"
      David C. Chou, Eastern Michigan University
      Amy Y. Chou, Eastern Michigan University

Click here for a listing of past years' presentations:

For more information, please visit the MBAA International website.

 

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