Perform the full function for a department chairperson. Teach IDS classes. Conduct research. Service in committees.
September 2001 - Present: Tenured, Full Professor, Chairperson
University of Texas, El Paso (AACSB Accredited)
August 1997 - August 2001: Tenured, Full Professor (since August 1999);
Associate Fellow at Center of Excellence in Information Systems
Tennessee State University, Nashville (AACSB Accredited)
Teach Management Information Systems courses. Develop and teach new courses in the areas of Decision Support Systems, Expert Systems, Simulation, Global Technology Management, Business Quantitative Methods, and Systems Development; advise students; and participate in committees.
August 1990 - August 1997: Tenured (Associate Professor since 1992 and
Tenured since 1995)
Tennessee Technological University, Cookeville (AACSB Accredited)
Taught MIS courses. Developed and taught new courses in the areas of Decision Support Systems, Expert Systems, Simulation, Production and Operations Management, Business Quantitative Methods, and Systems Development; advise students; and participate in various committees.
August 1988 - May 1990: Assistant Professor
South Carolina State University
Taught Business Statistics, Production and Operations Management; developed and taught Management Information Systems at undergraduate level; advised students; and participated in various committees.
January 1986 - August 1988: Teaching Assistant (9 credit hours/semester)
Clemson University (AACSB Accredited)
Taught Management Applications of Microcomputers and Computer Utilization to juniors and seniors; assisted different professors in data analysis of different studies; presented research findings to doctoral students at seminars.
July 1980 - July 1982: Lecturer
Taught Electrical Engineering courses and Statistics to undergraduates in a four-year program; taught and conducted labs and workshop sessions; advised students on religious and social matters; served on the course curriculum development committees.