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    • MINDER CHEN, Ph.D. 7606 Whittier Blvd. MS-5F4, School of Management Bethesda, MD 20817 George Mason University Phone: 301-320-4561 Fairfax, VA 22030 - 4444 Email: minder.chen@verizon.net Phone: 703-993-1788 Fax: 703-993-1809 Web site: http://mason.gmu.edu/~mchen/ E-mail: mchen@gmu.edu Education Ph.D. 8/88 University of Arizona Major: Management Information Systems Minor: Electrical and Computer Engineering M.B.A. 6/83 Institute of Management Science National Chiao-Tung University B.S. 6/79 Department of Electrical Engineering National Taiwan University Dissertation Title: The Integration of Organization and Information Systems Modeling: A Metasystem Approach to the Generation of Group Decision Support Systems and Computer-Aided Software Engineering Dissertation Advisor: Dr. Jay F. Nunamaker, Jr. Research Interests Collaboration Technologies and Group Decision Support Systems E-Business (ERP, CRM, and SCM) Technology Adoption and Diffusion Web Services and Service-Oriented Architecture Electronic Commerce: Technologies, Business Strategies, and Business Models Business Process Reengineering and Change Management Computer-Aided Software Engineering (CASE) Knowledge Management, Expert Systems, and Executive Information Systems Object-Oriented Systems, UML, Java and .NET technologies Chinese Management Philosophies Academic Experience 9/95 – Area Coordinator Decision Sciences and MIS area Present (since August School of Management (full-time) 2004) & Associate George Mason University Professor Fairfax, Virginia
    • • Teach undergraduate and graduate (MBA, Technology Management Master Program, and Executive MBA) courses:  Undergraduate Courses: E-Business Systems Development (ASP.NET or JSP), Electronic Commerce and Web Technology (covering HTML, XML, ColdFusion, ASP, and Java Technologies), Client/Server Computing (covering Visual Basic or PowerBuilder), Computer Systems Analysis & Design (using CASE tools such as PowerDesigner, Rational Rose, IEF, or Visio)  Graduate courses: Corporate Information Systems Policies (covering IT governance and security policies), Business Process Reengineering, Technology Assessment, Evaluation, & Implementation, Business Process Reengineering and Change Management, Global IT Management, Business Systems Development, and Group Decision & Collaborative Technology. 1/98 – 8/98 Director Technology Management Master Program School of Management George Mason University • Developed annual budgets, worked with Technology Management Consortium member companies in curriculum and program improvement efforts, recruited new students, led students to Oxford University for a one-week long Global IT Management course, and coordinated faculty members’ teaching and research in the TM program. 9/89 -8/95 Assistant Professor Dept. of Decision Sciences and MIS George Mason University • Taught graduate and undergraduate courses on Client/Server Computing, Business Process Reengineering, Microcomputer Applications, Systems Analysis and Design, Advanced Programming in C & C++, Introduction to Computer-Based MIS, and Distributed Systems Applications. 8/88 - 6/89 Adjunct Lecturer Dept. of Management Information Systems University of Arizona • Taught graduate courses on programming environments for advanced software development, systems construction and design, and artificial intelligence and expert systems 8/84 - 8/88 Research Associate Dept. of Management Information Systems University of Arizona • Developed a meta-system environment for organization and information system modeling under the PLEXSYS project • Developed an expert system for information centers under an IBM grant 2
    • • Co-taught graduate courses on information systems architectures and expert systems • Worked on 32-Bit Project and CAI Project under an NCR grant 7/83 - 7/84 Lecturer Department of Management Science National Chiao-Tung University • Taught such undergraduate courses as data structures, data base systems, and information systems • Led Library Automation Project and Computerized Student Affairs System Project • Taught information systems analysis and design course in the Executive Training Program. 3/82 - 7/83 Part-time Instructor Asia Data Processing Co. • Taught such courses as BASIC, FORTRAN, information system analysis and design, and data base systems 9/81- 12/82 Research Assistant Institute of Management Science National Chiao-Tung University • Designed and implemented an MRP-based production information system Publications I. Journal Articles 1. Minder Chen, “An Analysis of the Driving Forces for Web Services Adoption,” accepted by Information Systems and e-Business Management. 2. Minder Chen, YiChing Liou, Ching-Wen Wang, Y.W. Fan, and Y.P. Jeffery Chi, “TeamSpirit: The Design, Implementation, and Evaluation of a Web-based Group Decision Support System,” accepted by Decision Support Systems. 3. Minder Chen, Dongsong Zhang, and Lina Zhou, “Towards Building Web Service-Enabled Business Process Management Systems for E-Business Applications” accepted by Decision Support Systems. 4. Dongsong Zhang, Minder Chen, Lina Zhou, "Dynamic and Personalized Web Service Composition in E-Business," Information Systems Management, summer, 2005, pp. 50~65. 5. Minder Chen, Dongsong Zhang, Lina Zhou, "Providing Web Services to Mobile Users: The Architecture Design of an M-Service Portal," International Journal of Mobile Communications, Vol. 3, No. 1, 2005, pp. 1-18. 6. Li-Ling Hsu and Minder Chen, "Impact of ERP Systems on the Integrated-Interaction Performance of Manufacturing and Marketing", Industrial Management and Data Systems, Vol. 104, Number 1, 2004, pp. 42-55. 3
    • 7. Minder Chen, "A Methodology for Building Mobile Computing Applications: Business Strategy and Technical Architecture", International Journal of Electronic Business, a special issue on Mobile Computing and Networking, Vol. 2, No. 3, May-June 2004, pp. 229-243. 8. Minder Chen, Andrew N.K. Chen, and Benjamin B. M. Shao, “The Implications and Impacts of Web Services to Electronic Commerce Research and Practices,” Journal of Electronic Commerce Research, Vol. 4, No. 4, Nov. 2003, pp. 128-139. 9. Minder Chen and Mary J. Meixell, “Web-Services Enabled Procurement in the Extended Enterprise: An Architectural Design and Implementation,” Journal of Electronic Commerce Research, Vol. 4, No. 4, Nov. 2003, pp. 140-155. 10. Minder Chen, "Factors Affecting the Adoption and Diffusion of XML and Web Services Standards for E-business Systems," International Journal of Human-Computer Studies, Volume 58, Issue 3, March 2003, pp. 259-279. (rank #1 in the top 25 most downloaded articles from International Journal of Human-Computer Studies web site, January - August 2003) 11. Minder Chen and Irene Liou, "Building a Knowledge-Enabled Electronic Commerce Environment," Journal of Computer Information Systems, Vol. 42, No. 5, 2002, pp. 95-101. 12. Minder Chen, “A Model-Driven Approach to Accessing Managerial Information: The Development of a Repository-Based Executive Information System,” Journal of MIS, Vol. 11, No. 4, Spring 1995, pp. 33-63. 13. Liou, I. and Chen, M., “Using Group Support Systems and Joint Application Development for Requirements Specification,” Journal of Management Information Systems, Winter 1993-1994, Vol. 10, No. 3, pp. 25-41. 1. Chi, T. H., Chen, M. and Kiang, Y., “A Generalized Case Based Reasoning System for Portfolio Management,” Expert Systems with Applications, Vol. 6, pp. 67-76, 1993. 2. Chen, M., Evans, P., and Beaulieu, C. L., “A Case Study of Using Group Decision Support Systems in the Public Sector,” Journal of Information Technology Management, Vol. III, No. 2, 1992, pp. 7-13. 3. Broome, Benjamin J. and Chen, Minder, “Guidelines for Computer-Assisted Group Problem-Solving: Meeting the Challenges of Complex Issues,” Small Group Research, Vol. 23, No. 2, June 1992, pp. 216-236. 4. Chen, M., Liou, Y. I., and Weber, E. S., “Developing Intelligent Organizations: A Context- Based Approach to Individual and Organizational Effectiveness,” Organizational Computing, Vol. 2, No. 2, 1992, pp. 181-202. 5. Vinze, S. A., Heltne, M. M., Chen, M., Konsynski, B. R., and Nunamaker, J. F., Jr., “Design for Change: Knowledge-Based System Support for Information Centers,” IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics, Vol. 22, No. 3, May/June 1992, pp. 498-512. 6. Chen, Minder and Norman, J. Ronald, “A Framework of Integrated CASE,” IEEE Software, Vol. 9, No. 2, March 1992, pp. 18-22. 7. Norman, J. Ronald and Chen, Minder, “Working Together to Integrate CASE,” IEEE Software, Vol. 9, No. 2, March 1992, pp. 12-16. 8. Chen, M. and Nunamaker, J. F., Jr., “The Architecture and Design of a Collaborative Environment for Systems Definition,” Data Base, Vol. 22, No. 1/2, Winter/Spring 1991, pp. 22-29. 4
    • 9. Nunamaker, J. F., Chen, M., and Purdin, T. D., “Systems Development in Information Systems Research,'' Journal of Management Information Systems, Vol. 7, No. 3, Winter 1990/1991, pp. 89-106. 10. Chen, M., Nunamaker, J. F., and Weber, E. S., “The Use of Integrated Organization and Information Systems Models in Building and Delivering Business Application Systems,'' IEEE Transactions on Knowledge and Data Engineering, Vol. 1, No. 3, 1989, pp. 406-409. 11. Chen, M., Nunamaker, J. F., and Weber, E. S., “Computer-Aided Software Engineering: Present Status and Future,'' Data Base, Vol. 20, No. 1, Spring 1989, pp. 7-13. 12. Nunamaker, J. F., Weber, E. S., Chen, M., “Organizational Crisis Management Systems: Planning for Intelligent Action”, Journal of Management Information Systems, Volume 5, Number 4, Spring 1989, pp. 7-32. 13. Nunamaker, J. F., Konsynski, B. R., Chen, M., Vinze, A. S., Chen, Y. I., Heltne, M. M., “Knowledge-Based Systems Support for Information Centers,” Journal of Management Information Systems, Volume 5, Number 1, Summer 1988, pp. 6-24. 1. Chen, M., Nunamaker, J. F., Konsynski, B. R., “PLEXACT: An Architecture and Design of a Knowledge-Based System for Information Systems Development”, Computer Personnel, September 1987, pp. 2-10. II. Conference Proceedings 1. Sai Ho Kwok, Robert Chi, and Minder Chen, “Digital Rights Management for Mobile Media Distribution Using Web Services,” Proceedings of the 10th Annual Conference of Asia-Pacific Decision Sciences Institute, Taipei, Taiwan, June 28-July 2, 2005. 2. Bo Xing, Zhangxi, Lin, and Minder Chen, "Web Services Standards Competition between Sun and Microsoft," The Third International Workshop on E-Business (WEB2004), Washington, DC, Dec. 11, 2004, pp. 481-489. 3. Ching-Wen Wang, Minder Chen, Ruey-Yun Horng, Chiung-Yi Huang, Hsiao-Ping Li, “Empirical Studies of Creativity Training’s Impacts on the Usage of Web-Based Group Problem Solving Systems,” The XIV ACME International Conference On Pacific Rim Management, Chicago, IL., July 29-31, 2004. 4. Minder Chen, “An Analysis of the Driving Forces for Web Services Adoption,” The Second International Workshop on E-Business (WEB2003), Seattle, WA, Dec. 13-14, 2003, 173-184. 5. YiChing Liou, Minder Chen, Y.W. Fan and Y.P. Jeffery Chi, “TeamSpirits: The Design, Implementation, and Evaluation of a Web-based Group Problem Solving Support System for Distributed Teams,” First Annual Pre-ICIS Workshop on Decision Support Systems: Research Directions on Decision Support, Sponsored by AIS SIGDSS, December 14, 2003 Seattle, WA, Dec. 14, 2003. http://mis.temple.edu/sigdss/icis03/proceedings/DSSWorkshop 03-Liou.pdf 6. YiChing Liou, Minder Chen, Y.W. Fan and Y.P. Jeffery Chi, “Evolution of Web Services and Its Impacts to Enterprise Systems,” International Conference on Innovative Information Technology Policy and E-Society「創新資訊科技政策與數位社會」國際學術研討會 , November 13-14, 2003, Taipei, Taiwan. 7. Minder Chen, "Building Global Web Sites with Localization Aspects: Interface Design Issues and Case Studies," The First International Workshop on E-Business (WEB2002), Barcelona, Spain, Dec. 14-15, 2002, pp. 10~21. 5
    • 8. Chen, M. and Liou, Y. I., “Using Information Technology for Business Process Reengineering,” Proceedings of the First International Conference on POM/MIS, December 20-21, 1993. 9. Chen, M., Chi, Y., and Chao, K., “Strategies for Improving Software Productivity and Quality,” Proceedings of 1993 Pan Pacific Conference on Information Systems, May 30- June 1, 1993, Kaohsiung, Taiwan, Republic of China, 1993, pp. 347-351. 10. Chen, M., “CASE Data Interchange Format Standards: Introduction and Evaluation,” Proceedings of the 26th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, January 3-8, 1993, pp. 31-39. 11. Liou, Y. I. and Chen, M., “Integrating Group Support Systems, Joint Application Development, and Computer-Aided Software Engineering for Requirements Specification,” Proceedings of the 26th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, January 3-8, 1993, pp. 4-12. 12. Chen, M. and Chi, J. Y. , “Computer-Aided Total Quality Management,” ACME Transactions: Proceedings of the International Conference of Pacific Region Management, Washington, D.C., August 7-9, 1992, pp. 145-148. 13. Liou, Y. I. and Chen, M., “The Integration of Joint Application Development and Groupware into CASE,” ACME Transactions: Proceedings of the International Conference of Pacific Region Management, Washington, D.C., August 7-9, 1992, pp. 228-232. 14. Chen, M., Evans, P. and Beaulieu, C. L., “A Case Study of Using Group Decision Support Systems in the Public Sector,” The Association of Management Proceedings: Information and Technology Management, Vol. 10, No. 3, Las Vegas, Nevada, August 4-6, 1992, pp. 28-33. 15. Liou, I., Chen, M., Chi, J. Y. P., and Farn, C. K., “An Analysis of MIS Curricula in ROC and US,” Proceedings of the Third National Conference on Information Management, Taiwan, ROC, May 29, 1992, pp. 1-10. 16. Liou, I. and Chen, M., “Groupware: Technology and Implementation,” Proceedings of the Third National Conference on Information Management, Taiwan, ROC, May 29-30, 1992, pp. 96-104. 17. Chen, M. and Higa, K., “Organizational Modeling: Rationales, Issues, and Methods,” (abstract only) Global Interdependence: Simulation and Gaming Perspectives: Proceedings of the 22nd International Conference of the International Simulation and Gaming Association (ISAGA), Kyoto, Japan, July 15-19, 1991, published by Springer-Verlag, Tokyo, 1992. pp. 327-328. 18. Sommer, R., Chen, M. and Sibley, E. H., “CASE Standards and Integration,” Proceedings of the 25th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, Vol. III, January 7-10, 1992, pp. 320-330. 19. Chen, M. and Norman, R. J. “Integrated Computer-Aided Software Engineering: Adoption, Implementation, and Impacts,” Proceedings of the Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, Vol. III, January 7-10, 1992, pp. 362-373. 20. Chen, M. and Liou, Y. I., “The Design of Integrated Group Support Environment,” The 24th Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, January 8-11, 1991. 21. Chen, M. and Sibley, E. H., “Using a CASE Based Repository for Systems Integration,'' The 24th Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, January 8-11, 1991. 6
    • 22. Lee, T., Chen, M. and Norman, R. J., “Computer Aided Software Engineering (CASE) Adoption and Implementation: A Theoretical Analysis from an Organizational Innovation Perspective,'' The 24th Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, January 8-11, 1991. 23. Chi, T., Chen, M. and Kiang, Y., “A Generalized Case Based Reasoning System for Personnel Performance Evaluation,'' The 24th Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, January 8-11, 1991. 24. Nunamaker, J. F. and Chen, M., “Systems Development in Information Systems Research,'' The 23nd Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, January 1990. 25. Weber, E. S., Liou, Y. I., Chen, M., and Nunamaker, J. F., “Toward More Intelligent Organizations,'' The 23nd Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, January 1990. 26. Chen, M. and Nunamaker, J. F., “MetaPlex: An Integrated Environment for Organization and Information Systems Development,'' The Tenth International Conference on Information Systems, December 1989, pp. 141-151. 27. Weber, E. S., Chen. M., and Weinstein, C. E., “Developing Experts: Designers Who Stimulate Human Learning,'' Transactions of DSS-89, May 1989, pp. 184-206. 28. Chen, M. and Nunamaker, J. F., “Integration of Organization and Information Systems Modeling: An Object-Oriented Approach,'' The 22nd Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, January 1989, pp. 70-79. 29. Nunamaker, J. F. and Chen, M., “Software Productivity: A Framework of Study and an Approach to Reusable Components,'' The 22nd Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, January 1989, pp. 959-968. 30. Chen, M. and Nunamaker, J. F., “The Integration of GDSS and CASE: A Metasystem Approach,'' Second International Workshop of Computer-Aided Software Engineering, July 11-15, 1988. 31. Nunamaker, J. F., Konsynski, B. R., Chen, M., Vinze, A. S., Chen, Y. I., Heltne, M. M., “Knowledge-Based Systems Support for Information Centers,” The 21st Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, January 1988. (Received the best paper award) 32. Nunamaker, J. F., Weber, E. S., Smith, C. A. P., Chen, M., “Crisis Planning Systems: Tools for Intelligent Action,” The 21st Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, January 1988. 33. Vinze, A. S., Heltne, M. M., Chen, M., Nunamaker, J. F., and Konsynski, B. R., “A Knowledge-Based Approach for Resource Management”, The Eighth Annual International Conference on Information Systems, December 6-9, 1987. 34. Wang, Y. R., Nunamaker, J. F., Chen, M., “KAPLEX: A Software Architecture for Knowledge-Based Authoring Systems”, The 28th ADCIS Conference Proceedings, Nov., 1986, pp. 111-115. III. Technical Reports 1. Wang, Richard and Chen, Minder, A 32-Bit Microcomputer Strategy: Monitoring Technologies, Applications, and the Market for the Debut, MIS Department, University of Arizona, December 1985. (for NCR) 7
    • 2. Sibley, E. H. and Chen, M., The Use of IDEF in Functional Economic Analysis, George Mason University, January 1992. (for DoD Defense Information Systems Agency) 3. Minder Chen, IDL vs. Data Interchange Standards for IDEF: IDL vs. CDIF, May 4, 1992. (for Wizdom, Inc. and National Center of Material Sciences) IV. Book Chapters 1. Minder Chen, “Chapter 8: BPR Methodologies: Methods and Tools,” in Process Engineering: Advancing the State of the Art, edited by J. D. Elzinga, Thomas R. Gulledge, and C. Y. Lee, Kluwer Academic Publishers, Norwell, MA, 1999, pp. 187-211. 2. Minder Chen and Irene Liou, “ Using Information Technology for Business Process Reengineering,” in Selected Essays on Decision Sciences, edited by Waiman Cheung, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, 1995, pp. 83-96. 3. Chen, M. and Sibley, E. H., “Using IDEF0 in Functional Economic Analysis,” in Software Engineering Economics and Declining Budgets, edited by P. T. Geriner, T. R. Gulledge, and W. P., Hutzler, Springer-Verlag, 1994, pp. 167-182. 4. Chen, M., Nunamaker, J. F., and Weber, E. S., “Computer-Aided Software Engineering: Present Status and Future,'' in MoIS: Management of Information Systems, 2nd edition, edited by P. Gray, W. R. King, E. R. McLean, and H. J., Watson, 2nd edition, The Dryden Press, 1994, pp. 279-291. (Data Base, Vol. 20, No. 1, Spring 1989, pp. 7-13.) 5. Chen, Minder and Norman, J. Ronald, “A Framework of Integrated CASE,” in Computer- Aided Software Engineering (CASE), 2nd edition, edited by E. Chikofsky, IEEE Computer Society Press, 1993, pp. 9-13. (IEEE Software, Vol. 9, No. 2, March 1992, pp. 18-22.) 6. Chen, M. and Nunamaker, J. F., “Integration of Organization and Information Systems Modeling: An Object-Oriented Approach,'' in Current Research in Decision Support Technology, edited by R. W. Blanning and D. R. King, IEEE Computer Society Press, 1993, pp.207-226. (The 22nd Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, January 1989, pp. 70-79.) V. Books 1. Sung, K., Fang, J., Kuo, H., Chen, M., and Chi, Y., Management Information Systems, Second Edition, (in Chinese) published by Hwa-Tai Publishing Inc., Republic of China, Feb. 2001 2. Sung, K., Fang, J., Chi, Y., Kuo, H., Chen, M., Management Information Systems, (in Chinese) published by National Open University, Republic of China, 1993. 3. Chen, Minder, Structured Information Systems Analysis and Design, (in Chinese) published by Sun Kang Computer Book Company, Taipei, Taiwan, R.O.C., October 1984, now in its 8th printing. VI. Professional Research Seminar, Lectures, and Training 1. “Web-Services Enabled Supply Chain Management: An E-Procurement Business Case,” A presentation with Dr. Mary Meixell to the GMU SOM Technology Management Consortium Board meeting, March 24, 2005. 2. “Electronic Commerce Strategies and Business Models,” MBA and Institute of E- Commerce Master Programs, Chung-Hsing University, Dec. 31, 2004, 8
    • 3. Panelist on the Collaborative Design Panel at the Electronic Business Operational Information Application Forum, National Chengchi University, Dec. 30, 2004. 4. “I-Ching and Management” a guest lecture in English at the International MBA Program, National Chengchi University, Dec. 27, 2004. 5. “TeamSpirits: A Group Problem Solving System,” a research presentation at the Technology Management Master Program, Ching-Hua University, Dec. 24, 2004. 6. One of the two invited speakers of the 2004 The First BA Workshop on E-Business and technology Management, sponsored by the Department of Business Administration, Yuan-Ze University, Dec. 20~23, 2004. I gave five 3-hour lectures on the following topics: Business Process Engineering and Change Management; Web services and E-Business: Technologies, Standards, and Adoption; Distributed Group Decision Support Systems; E-Commerce Models and Strategies; Building Global Enterprise for Global Enterprises; I-Ching and Management. 7. “Facilitating Collaborative Commerce with Web Services and Business Process Management Systems “ at the Shaping the Future of IT, a conference sponsored by The University of Arizona’s Eller College of Management MIS Department, Tucson, Arizona, November 3-5, 2004. 8. “E-Business: Information Technology and Management” a lecture for Hunan University (China) EMBA class visiting GMU, September 22, 2004. 9. "I-Ching (The Book of Changes) and Management," an invited presentation at SYMBIO Group, Taipei, Taiwan, June 7, 2004. 10. “I-Ching (The book of changes) and Management,” a seminar for Administrator Training, Providence University, Taiwan, June 5, 2004. 11. "IS Research," an invited talk at MBA class, Chung-Hsing University, Taiwan, May 31, 2004. 12. “Building Global Web Sites for Global Enterprises: Web Technologies and User Interfaces Design,” an invited talk at SYMBIO Group, Taipei, Taiwan, May 25, 2004. 13. “Iching (The book of changes) and Management,” an invited lecture at EBMA program, Chung-Hsing University, Taiwan, May 21, 2004. 14. Member of Hsiao-Ping Lee’s Master Thesis Committee, Department of Business Administration, National Chung-Hsing University, Taiwan, May 31, 2004. 15. Member of You-Chung Wang’s Master Thesis Committee, Department of Business Administration, National Chung-Hsing University, Taiwan, May 31, 2004. 16.Member of Doug Frye’s Ph.D. Dissertation Committee, School of Public Policy, George Mason University, defended successfully the dissertation on April 19, 2004. 9
    • 17.Member of Ibrahim S. Abdullah’s Ph.D. Dissertation Committee, School of Information Technology and Engineering, George Mason University, defended successfully the dissertation on March 15, 2004. 18. “Roadmap of .NET Technologies in IT Curriculum: .Net Framework, ASP.NET, and Web Services,” keynote speech, Microsoft Academic Day 2003, TechEd Taiwan Pre-conference Event, Sept 29, 2003. 19. "Group Problem Solving and Teamwork," a training seminar for managers at Taiwan Life Insurance Co., Ltd., Aug. 7, 2003. 20. "Process Innovation and Teamwork," a presentation at Taiwan Life Insurance Co., Ltd., July. 23, 2003. 21. "Team Spirit and Innovation," an invited talk at EBMA program, Chung-Hsing University, Taiwan, July 19, 2003. 22. “TeamSpirits and Innovation,” an invited talk for research and development management course offered by Asia Productivity Center, Taiwan, ROC, July 18, 2003. 23. “Using ASP.NET for Web Applications Development,” a 5-day workshop for Virginia Community College System faculty members at the Virginia Working Connections IT Faculty Development Institute sponsored by a major grant from Microsoft and AACC, May 12-16, 2003. 24. “Web Services and .NET Framework,” guest lecture invited by Dr. Larry Kerschburg, presented at INFS 770 - Methods for Information Systems Engineering Knowledge Management for E-Business, Spring 2003, George Mason University, School of Information Technology and Engineering, Department of Information and Software Engineering, March 26, 2003. 25. "Building XML Web Services for E-Business Applications and An Introduction to Microsoft .NET Framework," a presentation at University of Florida, Feb. 3, 2003. 26. "Group Decision Support Systems and Facilitation", an invited talk at National Chung-Hsing University, Taiwan, Jan. 2003. 27. "Web Services and Electronic Commerce Research", a research seminar presentation at National Sun Yat-Sen University, Taiwan, Jan, 2003. 28. "Building XML Web Services for E-Business Applications with .NET Framework and Visual Studio .NET," a featured presentation at a special event of ICIS 2002, Dec. 15, 2002, Barcelona, Spain, Sponsored by Microsoft. 29. Faculty Showcase. “Using Screen Capture for Instruction,” Johnson Center, Room H. 3:00 - 4:30 pm. Sponsored by Center for Teaching Excellence, Wednesday, November 13, 2002. 30. ".NET and IT Curriculum", and invited talk at George Mason University for IT Faculty Training co-sponsored by School of Management at George Mason University and McGraw- Hill, Nov. 1, 2002. 10
    • 31. "ASP.NET and ADO.NET", invited talk at Microsoft .NET Regional Faculty Training, Austin, Texas, Oct. 25, 2002, sponsored by Microsoft and Course Technology. 32. "Visual Basic .NET", a Hand-on Training Workshop for Virginia Community College Faculty Members, Sponsored by Institutes Of Excellence for Information Technology, VCCS, August 12-15, 2002. 33. "Visual Basic .NET", a Hand-on Training Workshop for Virginia Community College Faculty Members, Sponsored by Institutes Of Excellence for Information Technology, VCCS, May 14-17, 2002. 34. "The Future of Electronic Commerce Research", a panelist at The 14th Annual Decision and Information Sciences (DIS) Workshop on Research in Knowledge Economy, Sponsored by University of Florida and National Sun Yat-Sen University, July 12-13, 2001 (By Invitation Only) 35. "An Evaluation Model of Electronic Commerce Initiatives", with Irene Liou, at The 14th annual Decision and Information Sciences (DIS) Workshop on Research in Knowledge Economy, Sponsored by University of Florida and National Sun Yat-Sen University, July 12-13, 2001 (By Invitation Only) 36. "MIS Research Directions," Institute of Information Management, Chiao-Tung University, July 5, 2001. 37. "XML and B2B Electronic Commerce," Texas A&M University, Oct. 10, 2000 38. “XML (Extensible Markup Language): The Enabling Technology for B2B eCommerce and Web Site Development,” a one-day seminar organized by The Hong Kong Polytechnic University and Cable & Wireless HKT – Centre for Intelligent Enterprises, August 18, 2000 39. “Business-to-Business Electronic Commerce: Opportunities, Business Models, Strategies and Technology” a one-day seminar organized by The Hong Kong Polytechnic University and Cable & Wireless HKT – Centre for Intelligent Enterprises, August 17, 2000 40. “Electronic Commerce: Strategies and Business Models” a three-hour cyber guest lecture delivered for the Electronic Commerce course, the Master Degree Electronic Commerce Program at the Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Aug. 15, 2000 41. “Electronic Commerce and E-Business: Business Models, Strategies, Investment, and Implementation in the Network Economics,” a two-day seminar organized by Management and Executive Development Center, Institute for Enterprise, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, June 2 and 3, 2000 42. “Electronic Commerce Macro-Strategy: E-Business Management & EC Investment Strategy,” a one-day seminar organized by TechNet, Economics Daily, and Taipei Professional Manager Association, Taiwan, ROC, May 22, 2000. 11
    • 43. “Electronic Commerce Macro-Strategy: E-Business Management & EC Investment Strategy,” a three-hour seminar organized by Asia Productivity Center, Taiwan, ROC, May 31, 2000. 44. “Web Fast Track Training,” a 27 hours customized Web Technology Training for Cornell Technology, June - July, 2000 45. “ColdFusion: Web and Database Integration,” a three-evening training course sponsored by National Chengchi University, Taipei, Taiwan, Jan. 6, 7, and 8, 2000 46. “Web Master Technology Overview,” a one-day training for Kforce.com, the largest IT recruiting firm in US, Virginia, USA, Nov. 19, 1999. 47. “Electronic Commerce on the Web,” a 4 hours seminar for PSINet’s marketing and sales force, Nov. 2, 1999. 48. “XML: Introduction and Business to Business Electronic Commerce,” one-day research seminar sponsored by Corporate Synergy Development Center, Taipei, Taiwan, August 24, 1999. 49. “Electronic Commerce and Business Process Reengineering,” one-day seminar sponsored by Economic Processing Zone Administration, Ministry of Economic Affairs, Taiwan, ROC, in Kaohsiung, Taiwan, August 19, 1999. 50. “The Network Economic and Electronic Commerce,” a research presentation at a panel discussion on “Future Trends of Electronic Commerce,” sponsored by KITE E-Commerce Training and Consulting Inc., Kaohsiung, Taiwan, August 6, 1999. 51. “Electronic Commerce,” one and half day training course sponsored by KITE E-Commerce Training and Consulting Inc., Kaohsiung, Taiwan, August 6-7, 1999. 52. “Creative Computer Summer Camp”, camp faculty co-leader, sponsored by Northern Virginia Community College, AOL, and Northern Virginia Partnership, July 1999. Training 56 6-8 grade students in computer application skills, creativity, and team works. 53. “Global Computer Summer Camp”, camp faculty co-leader, sponsored by Northern Virginia Community College, AOL, Ministry of Education (Romania), and Northern Virginia Partnership, July-August 1999. Training 15 6-8 grade students in using internet-based communication tools to work with Romania high school students developing web site on various topics of interests to teens. 54. “Introduction to XML”, guest lecture at GMU, MIS 491: Electronic Commerce, June, 1999. 55. “Change Management,” a research presentation delivered to Taiwan Provincial Government Officers visiting GMU, sponsored by TIPP, Nov. 9, 1998. 56. Minder Chen, “Electronic Commerce” and “Business Process Reengineering and Change management” for Internal Senior Manager Training of China Everbright Group Ltd., August 19 and 20, 1998. 12
    • 57. Minder Chen, “Relational Database and SQL,” a 6 hour training for TRW, Inc., June 1998. 58. Minder Chen, “Visual Basic Professional”, a two-day training for Anteon, December 1997. 59. Minder Chen, “HTML Authoring and Web Publishing,” a 6-hour training for TRW, Inc., August 25, and 27, 1997. 60. Minder Chen, “Creative Computer Camp,” a summer information technology program sponsored by Northern Virginia Regional Partnership for 6th, 7th, and 8th graders, July 6-31, 1998. 61. Minder Chen, “Building a Virtual Enterprise: Process Reengineering and Electronic Commerce,” sponsored by Ching Ling Industrial Research Center Institute and Industrial Engineering Institute at National Taiwan University, November 27-28, 1997. 62. Minder Chen, “Web Technology and Electronic Commerce,” Technical Speaker Series sponsored by The Learning Network, TRW Inc., August 28 and 29, 1997. 63. Minder Chen, “Web Technologies and Electronic Commerce,” Technical Speaker Series sponsored by The Learning Network, TRW Inc., September 4, 11, 18, 1996. 64. Minder Chen, “A Comparison of BPR Methodologies,” a presentation at National BPR Conference, Arlington, Virginia, September 18-21, 1995. 65. Minder Chen, “Education and Training for Business Engineering” a presentation on a panel at Tools and Methods for Business Engineering Conference and Exhibition, Arlington, Virginia, May 15-18, 1995. 66. Minder Chen, “Information Engineering and Computer-Aided Software Engineering (CASE) Tools,” Technical Briefing, Americas Conference on Information Systems, Pittsburgh, PA, August 27, 1995. 67. Minder Chen, “Business Process Reengineering: Principles, Tools, and Implementation,” a half-day tutorial, 1995 Pan Pacific Conference on Information Systems, June 30 - July 3, 1995. 68. Reviewer for HICSS and JMIS, 1995. 69. Minder Chen and Tung Bui, “Business Process Reengineering,” sponsored by School of Business and Management, The Hong Kong University of Science & Technology, Jan. 18-19, 1995. 70. Minder Chen and Tung Bui, “Developing Client/Server Applications with PowerBuilder,” sponsored by School of Business and Management, The Hong Kong University of Science & Technology, Jan. 20, 1995. 71. Delivered a two-day “Reengineering Workshop for Small-to-Medium Business” and led a three-day series of panel discussions on Reengineering Small-to-Medium Business, sponsored by Chinese Society for Information Management and Bureau of Small-to-Medium Businesses, Taiwan, Republic of China, Jan. 6-7, 9-11, 1995. 13
    • 72. Reviewer for Information and Systems Engineering, International Conferences on Systems Sciences, Data Base, Hawaii International Conference on Systems Sciences, Journal of MIS, and MIS Quarterly, 1994. 73. Minder Chen and Tom Woolheater, “IEF: Planning, Analysis, Design, and Construction,” a 15-week course developed for TRW Inc., Sept-Dec. 1993 and Jan.-April, 1994, Sept.-Dec. 1994 (2 sessions). 74. “Internet: Alternative Views from a Business Reengineer and a Business Team,” presented at the Information Technology Breakfast Seminar on Internet, June, 1994. 75. Minder Chen, Dave Harr, and Ellen Fagenson, “Business Process Reengineering Workshop,” coordinator for a two-day seminar sponsored by GMU Center for Professional Development, May 25-26, 1994. 76. “Using Information Technology to Transform Business Workshop,” sponsored by Harvard Management Services, Inc., Taiwan, R.O.C., Jan. 8, 1994. 77. “Business Process Reengineering Workshop,” sponsored by Institute for Information Industries, Taiwan, R.O.C., Jan. 5-8, 1994. 78. “Business Process Reengineering Workshop,” organized and presented 2/3 of the topics in this one-day workshop in cooperation with CSC Consulting for George Mason University Executive MBA Alumni, Dec. 9, 1993. 79. “Business Process Reengineering: Frameworks, Methods, and Tools,” Department of Business Information Systems, The Hong Kong University of Sciences and Technology, Dec. 16, 1993. 80. “Business Process Reengineering: Frameworks, Methods, and Tools,” Ph.D. Seminar, Department of Management Information Systems, University of Arizona, Nov. 5, 1993. 81. “Supporting Technologies Overview,” presented at the Information Technology Breakfast Seminar at George Mason University on Group Decision-Making and Business Applications of Groupware, Nov. 3, 1993. 82. “Groupware: Technology and Implementation,” a half-day tutorial given at 1993 Pan Pacific Conference on Information Systems, Taiwan, R.O.C., May 30, 1993. 83. “Using Information Technology to Facilitate Business Reengineering,” Institute of Information Management, National Chiao Tung University, January 12, 1993. 84. “Business Reengineering,” a one-day seminar sponsored by World Consulting Co., Taiwan, December 21, 1992. 85. “Implementation of the Client-Server Systems,” Moving to Client-Server Systems Seminar, sponsored by George Mason University and US LAN, August 8, 1992. 86. “Information Engineering: Methodology and Tool,” a three-day seminar developed for Institute for Information Industries, May 19-21, 1992. 14
    • 87. “Contextual Information Systems: A Metasystem Approach to Systems Development and Delivery,” a guest lecture at the First International Summer School of Metamodelling and Methodology Engineering, University of Jyvaskyla, Jyvaskyla, Finland, June 24-26, 1992. 88. Pamela Texter Geriner and Minder Chen, “The Effects of Forecast Model Performance on User Perception and Utilization of the Modeling Tool,” DSI Annual Meeting, November 24-26, Miami Beach, FL, 1991. 89. “Using Excelerator for Structured Design,” a two-day course developed for TRW, November 16-17, 1991. 90. “Using Excelerator for Structured Analysis,” a two-day course developed for TRW, October 12-13, 1991; April 1992. 91. “Information Engineering: Methodology, Tools, and Implementation,” a 15-hour course developed for TRW, June/July 1991. 92. Yihwa Irene Liou and Minder Chen, “The Design of an Integrated Group Support System,” presentation at The TIMS/ORSA Joint National Meeting, Nashville, TN, May 12-15, 1991. 93. “The Use of a Repository System for Integrated Organizational Decision Support Systems,” presentation at The TIMS/ORSA Joint National Meeting, Nashville, May 12-15, 1991. 94. “From Object-Oriented Programming to Object-Oriented Analysis,” Presented at Symposium on Object-Oriented Methodologies for the Earth Sciences: A World of Objects, sponsored by USGS ASSIG, USGS A.C.T. SC, and GMU School of Information Technology & Engineering, January 16, 1991. 95. “An Evaluation of Enabling Technologies for Decision Support Systems Development,'' presentation at The TIMS/ORSA Joint National Meeting, Las Vegas, May 7-9, 1990. 96. Yihwa Irene Liou and Minder Chen, “The Creation of Domain-Specific Group Decision Support Systems,'' presentation at The TIMS/ORSA Joint National Meeting, Las Vegas, May 7-9, 1990. 97. “CASE Beyond IS Modeling,” presentation at CASEExpo-Spring '90, April 5, 1990. 98. “CASE Beyond IS Modeling,” presentation at the Ph.D. Seminar course of the Department of Information Systems, University of Maryland, College Park, April 20, 1990. 99. “Integrated Design Systems for Software Development: A Computer-Aided Software Engineering (CASE) Approach'', presentation at the IEEE Tutorials and Workstation Symposium, October 25-26, 1989. 100.Object-Oriented Systems Workshop, sponsored by Center for Management of Information, University of Arizona, College of Business and Public Administration, October 8, 1988. 101.Introduction to Hypertext Systems Seminar, sponsored by Center for Management of Information, University of Arizona, College of Business and Public Administration, March 9, 1988. 15
    • 102.Introduction to Computer-Aided Software Engineering (CASE) Seminar, sponsored by World Consulting Co. Taipei, Taiwan, R.O.C., January 12-15, 1988. 103.Introduction to Prolog and Expert Systems Seminar, sponsored by the Institute for Information Industry, Taipei, Taiwan, R.O.C., January 5-8, 1987. 104.Eighth and Ninth MIS Workshops sponsored by the Professional Personnel Research Center of the Ministry of Economic Affairs, R.O.C., on “Systems Analysis and Application System Design,'' September and October 1983. 105.System Development Methodology Seminar sponsored by Ministry of Communication, R.O.C., on “Data Dictionary and System Development Life Cycle,'' July 19 - 23, 1983. Professional Service 1. Program Co-Chairs, The Third Workshop on e-Business (Web 2004), Washington D.C., Dec. 2004. 2. Associate Editor, Journal of Electronic Commerce Research, Nov. 1999 – Present. 3. Editorial Board member, International Journal of Services and Standards, 2004 - present 4. Editorial Board member, International Journal of Mobile Communications, 2004 - present 5. Editorial Review Board member, Journal of Database Management, 2004 - present 6. Reviewer of Communications of ACM, Feb. 2005 7. Reviewer of Information Systems and e-Business Management, 2005 8. Reviewer of Information Technology and Management, 2005 9. Program Committee Member and Session Chair of the Second Workshop on E-Business, Seattle, Dec. 13-14, 2003. 10. Reviewer of Decision Support Systems, Nov. 2003, 2004, 2005. 11. Served as one of six judges for World Wide Microsoft Imaging Cup XML Web Services Competition, June 30, 2003, Barcelona, Spain. Reference: http://www.imaginecup.com/ road.htm 12. A member of the advisory board of Virginia Working Connections IT Faculty Development Institute, designing 5 tracks of IT training courses for Virginian Community College Information Systems Technology faculty members under a grant that ITFDI received from Microsoft and Association of American Community Colleges, May 12-16, 2003. 13. Panelist, "Opportunities and Challenges of the Emerging Mobile Commerce," The First Workshop on e-Business (WEB 2002), December 14-15, 2002, Barcelona, Spain. 16
    • 14. Program Committee Member, The Second Workshop on e-Business (WEB 2003), December 13-14, 2002, Barcelona, Spain 15. Program Committee Member, The First Workshop on e-Business (WEB 2002), December 14-15, 2002, Barcelona, Spain. 16. Reviewer of IEEE Engineering Management, August 2001-2003 17. Reviewer of Journal of Computer Information Systems, August 2001 18. Program Committee member of Tools and Methods for Business Engineering Conference and Exhibition, Arlington, VA, May 15-18, 1995. 19. Cluster Chairperson of Invited Sessions on Collaboration Technologies INFORMS (Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences) National Conference, Washington, D.C., May 5-8, 1996. 20. Working via GMU’s Procurement Technical Assistant Program (PTAP) as a consultant for American Management Systems, Sage Alliance, Inc., and Digital Systems Research, Inc., responsible for evaluating a new business process reengineering product developed jointly by these three firms, October - December 1994. 21. Faculty Advisor of the ROC Student Association of GMU from 1992-Present. 22. Member of the Program Committee of the 1995 Pan Pacific Conference on Information Systems, June 30 - July 3, 1995. 23. Member of Ray Sommer’s Ph.D. Dissertation Committee, School of Information Technology and Engineering, George Mason University, 1993. 24. Vice President of Public Relations of International Chinese Information Systems Association, 1995-Present. 25. Member of the board of directors of North America Chinese Information Systems Professors Association, 1993-1994. 26. Co-coordinator of the Methods and Tools for Management Information Systems Development Minitrack for the 27th Annual Hawaii International Conference on Systems Sciences, January 4-7, 1994. 27. “Using Groupware for Collaborative Learning,” demonstration of GroupSystem V at the Technology and Learning Workshop, sponsored by the GMU Office of the Provost and the Committee for Effective Teaching, Nov. 10, 1994. 28. “Business Process Reengineering,” presented in the Fourth Annual CPE Seminar for the Northern Virginia Business Community, sponsored by GMU Accounting Program and GMU Accounting Advisory Council, Oct. 27, 1994. 29. “Using E-Mail and Groupware in College Classrooms,” presented in the 1994 GMU Faculty Orientation to University Teaching, sponsored by the Office of the Provost, August 24, 1994. 17
    • 30. Served as a Business Process Reengineering Consultant to US Court Administrative Office Enhance Work Measurement Task Force, March 1~May 3, 1994. 31. Facilitated “Group Decision Support Systems in the Public Sector” workshop using a GDSS product with Gail Bohan at the American Society of Public Administration, 1994 Annual Spring Training Conference, George Mason University, May 5, 1994. 32. “Using Groupware for Collaborative Learning,” presentation on the Panel of Effective Teaching Strategies: Using Groups for Interactive Learning, sponsored by the GMU’s Office of the Provost and the Committee for Effective Teaching, April 12, 1994. 33. Reviewer for MIS Quarterly, Hawaii International Conference, International Conference on Information Systems, IEEE Systems, Man, and Cybernetics, 1994. 34. Served on the Program Committee for WITS'93: The Third Workshop on Information Technology and Systems, Dec. 4-5, 1993. 35. Chaired a session on “Information Systems Development (B)” at WITS'93: The Third Workshop on Information Technology and Systems, Dec. 4-5, 1993. 36. Reviewer for MIS Quarterly, Journal of MIS, 1993. 37. Served as advisor of Carol Beaulieu’s MAIS 798 Project titled Business Reengineering in the Public Sector: The Leveraging Effect of Group Decision Support Systems, July 1993. 38. Served on the review panel of National Sciences Foundation's Research Initiation Awards Proposal Review Panel, April 22-23, 1993. 39. Co-coordinator of the Computer-Aided Software Engineering Minitrack for the 26th Annual Hawaii International Conference on Systems Sciences, January 5-8, 1993. 40. Member of the board of directors of the Gaithersburg Chinese School (a non-profit organization) September 1992 - August 1993. 41. Assisting Fairfax County Government in setting up its Group Decision Room, August 1992 – August 1995. 42. Member of a panel on Ph.D. dissertation proposal defense, School of Business Administration, National Chengchi University, Taipei, Taiwan, December 1992. 43. Served as a committee member of N. Malcolm Sharp’s master thesis titled The Intersection of Software Engineering and Business Re-engineering in Large Organizations Under Change, the School of Information Technology and Engineering, George Mason University, Nov. 13, 1992. 44. Data Base Management System track coordinator for Association of Management Conference, August 4-7, 1992. 45. Invited by United States General Accounting Office to provide expert opinions about DoD's Integrated CASE initiative, July 10, 1992. 18
    • 46. Served as a co-advisor of master thesis of Liesbeth Gerritsen titled CASE Tools for Groupware, Department of Information Systems, University of Nijmegen, The Netherlands, April 1992. 47. Guest lecture, “Using Groupware to support TQM,” at Professor Geriner's graduate Total Quality Management class, George Mason University, April 23, 1992. 48. Guest lecture, “Integrated CASE,” at Professor Erran Carmel's graduate class, American University, March 18, 1992. 49. Co-editor of IEEE Software March 1992 special issue on Integrated Computer-Aided Software Engineering. 50. Co-coordinator of the Integrated CASE Minitrack for the 25th Annual Hawaii International Conference on Systems Sciences, January 7-10, 1992. 51. Co-coordinator of the Computer-Aided Software Engineering Minitrack for the 24th Annual Hawaii International Conference on Systems Sciences, January 8-11, 1991. 52. Co-coordinator of the Integrated Project Support Environment Minitrack for the 24th Annual Hawaii International Conference on Systems Sciences, January 8-11, 1991. 53. Coordinator of the Systems Building Minitrack for the 23rd Annual Hawaii International Conference on Systems Sciences, January 7-10, 1990. 54. A member of the proposal review panel of the NSF Coordination Theory & Collaboration Technology Initiative - 1990, June 25-26, 1990. 55. Reviewer for the Journal of Group Decision and Negotiation, 1992. 56. Reviewer for NSF grant proposals, 1992. 57. Reviewer for Communications of the ACM, IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics; Journal of Data Base Administration, 1991. 58. Reviewer of the 24th Annual Hawaii International Conference on Systems Sciences, January 8-11, 1991. 59. Reviewer of the 23rd Annual Hawaii International Conference on Systems Sciences, January 2-5, 1990. 60. Served on the dissertation committee of Jeffery Y. Chi, Department of Information Systems, University of Maryland at College Park, Dissertation title “The Design of Partitioned Distributed Database Directories,” May 23, 1990; Dissertation advisor: Dr. S. Bin Yau. Grants I. Research and Teaching Grants and Grant Proposals 19
    • 1. “Impacts of group creativity support systems’ to creative thinking,” received travel fund NTD 37,053 (~ USD $1,100) from National Science Council of Republic of China (Taiwan), May 25-June 01, 2004. 2. “The Interplay of Group Decision Support Systems and Creative Problem Solving Training and Its Effects on Individual/Group Creativity,” a joint research project with Dr. C. W. Wang at National Chung Hsing University in Taiwan, Funding Agency: National Sciences Council of Republic of China (Taiwan). Total amount awarded $28,000 for two year, August 2003 – July 2005. 3. Co-investigator, “Creative Problem Solving and Web-Based Creative Problem Solving Software Training for University Faculty Members Project,” Funding Agency: Ministry of Education, Taiwan, Republic of China, principal investigator is Dr. C. W. Wang at National Chung Hsing University in Taiwan, Total amount funded $12,000. May1, 2003 ~ April 2004. 4. Received a competing summer faculty development research grant of $13,543.92 from School of Management, George Mason University, July – August, 2002 5. Co-developed the Team Technology Center proposal to study the development of a Team technology facility to teach business students how to use groupware to support teamwork. It is also a research project to support the study of collaboration technology and group decision making. The proposal was funded by Bell Atlantic July 1, 1993 ~ June 30, 1998. 6. Principal investigator, NSF Web Site Development and Programming Support grant. Total funding $32,015.00 from September 1, 1996 60 December 31, 1997. We supported the Polar Program Office at NSF in the designing and developing of its web site for intranet and internet applications. 7. Worked with Dr. Evan E. Anderson that led to the contribution of a $15,000 grant by TRW Inc. to enroll George Mason University in Texas Instrument's IEF Full University Program, August 31, 1993. The grant from TRW has been renewed in 1994 with an additional contribution of $2,250 from TRW to maintain the program. 8. Participated as a faculty investigator of the Concepts of Operations in Software Engineering research project funded by Defense Information Systems Agency's Center for Information Management from January 1993 - June 1993 ($14,244.25 to buy off a course). The principal investigators is Dr. Edgar H. Sibley. 9. Participated as a faculty investigator of the Technology Assessment Research Project funded by Defense Information Systems Agency's Center for Information Management from August 1992 - January 1993. ($3,724 summer research money). 10. Awarded a Research Assistant Grant $5,600 by the GMU Graduate School for the 1992 Academic year to develop an Integrated Group Support Environment. 11. Participated as a faculty investigator of the Functional Economical Analysis research project funded by Defense Information Systems Agency's Center of Information Management from September 1991 to December 1991 ($11,459.00 to buy off a course). The co-principal investigators are Dr. Edgar H. Sibley and Dr. Thomas R. Gulledge. 20
    • II. Software Grants 1. Received a Microsoft MSDN Academic Alliance software Grant for August 2004 - Dec. 2005 total $799 + $399 2. Received a Microsoft MSDN Academic Alliance software Grant for Jan. 2001- June 2003 total $1,598. 3. Received Rational SEED (Software Engineering for Educational Development) program, May 2003. 4. Received a Microsoft Instruction Lab Grant on September 1997 for software licenses values at $71,169.00. I have used the software such as Visual Basic Professional in my teaching. 5. Received a copy of Design/IDEF (list price $3,500) from Meta Software Inc. for teaching Business Process Reengineering course offered at GMU since Spring 1995. 6. Enrolled George Mason University in Texas Instruments' IEF Intermediate University Program and received 5 copies of IEF, an integrated CASE tool product, with estimated market value $100,000, August 1992. IEF has been used in MIS 430 and MIS 720 class since Fall semester of 1992. 7. Received a software grant from KnowledgeWare Inc., several copies of Integrated CASE products including 7 copies of ADW and 10 copies of IEW, with estimated value $340,000.00, was donated to GMU for teaching and research, September 1991. The software grant has been renewed annually. FlashPoint, ObjectView, and Maxim has been added to the software grant. 8. Received a software grant from Ventana Corporation, a groupware valued $50,000.00 was donated to GMU for teaching and research, January 1991. 9. Received a software grant from Collaboration Technology Corporation, a groupware valued $40,000.00 was donated to GMU for educational use, December 1990. Professional Memberships 1. AIS Special Interest Group on E-Business 2. Association for Information Systems (AIS) 21