Geoffrey N. Dick

Visiting Associate Professor
Dr. Geoffrey Dick was first appointed full Professor of Information Systems at Dowling College NY in 2009, and has subsequently taught at Georgia Southern, George Washington University and Northern Arizona. Prior to coming to the US he had some 20 years’ experience in academia in Australia following a career in the public sector there. His PhD in Information Systems is from the University of New South Wales in Sydney. Geoff has been a screening editor for the Journal of Information and Management. He is an ABET Commissioner with expertise in Information Systems programs and has chaired several visits for the accreditation body the NCAAA in Saudi Arabia. He has been a long-term co-chair of the Education track at AMCIS and is a doctoral consortium co-chair for AMCIS 2019. His research (around 100 publications) is mainly in the areas of telecommuting (his PhD) and on-line education – he is the recipient of the ICIS prize for best paper in education and was awarded the 2009 Emerald Management Review Citation of Excellence for one of the best papers published worldwide in the top 400 business journals. He has been a visiting fellow at UC Davis, the University of Malaya, the Tec de Monterrey in Mexico, University of Agder in Norway and has taught in the prestigious programs of the ESAN Summer School in Lima, Peru, the CETYS International Summer Program in Ensenada and at ITAM in Mexico City.

Teaching Interests

Management of Information Systems Management of the analytics function Disruptive technologies

Research Interests

Technology in education Online learning

Courses Taught