Assistant Professor of Management Information Systems
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- (920) 465-2216
- (920) 465-2660
Gaurav Bansal is an assistant professor of management information systems for the Austin E. Cofrin School of Business at UW-Green Bay. He received his Ph.D. in Management Information Systems from University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee in 2008 and his M.B.A. from Kent State University, Ohio in 2002. He completed his Bachelor’s of engineering degree in Mechanical Engineering from University of Gorakhpur, India in 1996.
Dr. Bansal is currently teaching a wide variety of undergraduate classes in business statistics and management information systems.
In terms of research, Dr. Bansal’s current research interests are in the areas of trust, privacy and security concerns and assurance mechanisms. He has published in Journal of Management Information Systems. His paper is also forthcoming in Decision Support Systems. His research was nominated for best paper award at the International Conference on Information systems (ICIS), 2008, held in Paris. ICIS is the prestigious and premier research conference in MIS area recognized at International level. He has also authored several conference proceedings and has presented his work at national and international level.
Dr. Bansal is involved in the Chancellor’s Diversity Advisory council at UWGB. He is also a member of the Green Bay’s Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebration planning committee. He served as co-chair (2009) and chair (2010) of Privacy and Security minitrack at Americas Conference of Information Systems. He actively reviews for various Journals in his areas. Gaurav is also the faculty adviser for Management Information Systems Society at UWGB.