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7th AnnualMidwest Association for Information Systems 2012

Conference Program

**Note - The Conference Program schedule is subject to change.

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Day 1: May 18, 2012 (Friday)

Times Location Activities
7:00am Pre-function Area at Radisson Hotel Conference Registration Opens
7:00am - 7:45am Pre-function Area Continental Breakfast
7:45am - 8:00am Bear Room 7:45 am - Welcome from Lucy Arendt, Associate Dean, College of Professional Studies and Director, Cofrin School of Business
7:50 am - Welcome from James J. Schmitt, Mayor of City of Green Bay
7:55 am - Welcome from Conference Chairs
8:00am - 8:40am Bear Room Academic Keynote Speaker – Dr. Alan Hevner, University of South Florida
8:40am - 9:20am Bear Room Industry Keynote Speaker – Vernon Mosley, Senior Cybersecurity Engineer at the FCC in the Public Safety and Homeland Security Bureau's Cybersecurity and Communications Reliability Division
9:20am - 10:15am Bear Room Panel: (Industry panel1)
Theme - Macro View: What are the biggest IT challenges? Are we ready for them?
Special Agent Byron P. Franz, FBI
Kartik Ravel, Principal Consultant, Fujitsu Consulting
Mukul Sharma, Global Head – GCP Program Management, Tata Consultancy Services
10:15 - 10:30am Pre-function Area Coffee & Networking Break
10:30am - 11:30am
Oneida Room Session Ia (Theme: Ethics and Espionage)
Session Chair: Thang Nguyen, UW - Eau Claire
Paper #18 (Full) Regional Difference in Ethics Decision Making: A study of IT Pre-professionals in China
Invited Session #: Special Agent Byron Franz, FBI, Protecting Intellectual Property from Economic Espionage
Tuscarora Room Session Ib (Theme: Web Interface)
Session Chair: Nitin Walia, Ashland University
Paper #9 (Full) Usability of diplomatic missions’ websites: case study of South Africa in the United States
Paper #21 (Full) Enhancing Trust Equity by Web-Design Elements that Manifest Pro-Environment Commitments
Paper #4 (RIP) The Influence of Price, Product Complexity, and Personal Involvement on Web Interface Efficacy
Cayuga Room Session Ic (Theme: Online Communities)
Session Chair: Matt Germonprez, University of Nebraska at Omaha
Paper #20 (Full) Member Engagement Types in Online Communities
Paper #22 (Full) Discontinuities and Best Practices in Virtual Research Collaboration
Paper #14 (Research in Progress) Students’ Motivation for Participating in Discussion Board
11:30am - 1:00pm Ballroom Served Lunch
Welcome from Dept. Chair, Cofrin School of Business
Luncheon Speaker- Judy Lemke, CIO, Schneider National
Awards Ceremony, Best paper prize, Voting
1:00pm - 2:15pm
Bear Room Panel: (Industry Panel 2)
Theme - Micro View: Challenges and Advancement in IT: How is your Organization Leveraging the Advancement and Hedging against the Challenges
David Richter, Ph.D., VP, Kimberly-Clark
Joe Smits, Chief Info Security Officer, Associated Bank (Bank)
Tanya Townsend, CIO, Prevea (HealthCare)
Anu Varma, Director IT, Menasha Packaging (Packaging)
Oneida/Tuscarora/Cayuga Doctoral Symposium
(Doctoral Students Mentoring)
2:15pm - 2:30pm Pre-function Area Coffee & Networking Break
2:30pm - 3:30pm
Oneida Room Session IIa (Theme: Design Science)
Session Chair: Weiwen Yang, Colorado Technical University
Paper #13 (Full) Improving the Performance of SQL Join Operation in the Distributed Enterprise Information System by Caching
Paper #17 (Full) V+H: Architecture to Manage DSS and OLTP Workloads
Paper #31 (Full) A Framework to Generate Optimal Keyword List for Pay-Per Click Advertising in an Organization
Tuscarora Room Session IIb (Theme: Emergency Preparedness)
Session Chair: Rui Chen, Ball State University
Paper #2 (Full) Organizational Capabilities in Emergency Incident Response: An Empirical Examination
Paper #3 Messaging Model for Emergency Communication
Paper #34 Managing Campus Shooting Incidents through Emergency Notification Systems: An Insight into the Issue of Student Compliance
Cayuga Room Session IIc (Theme: HCI)
Session Chair: Jie Xiong, University of Nebraska at Omaha
Paper #19 (Full) A Preliminary Investigation into the Effects of Physician Email on Patient Perceived Quality of Care
Paper #27 (Full) A Conceptual Model of Determinants of Students’ Intentions to Use Electronic Textbooks
Paper #29 (Full) Factors Affecting Information and Communications Technology Adoption of Small Businesses: Studies in China and United States
3:35pm - 4:15pm Oneida/Tuscarora/Cayuga Industry Keynote Speaker – Jack Heinemann, Director, Wisconsin Security Research Consortium (WSRC)
4:15pm - 5:00pm Oneida/Tuscarora/Cayuga Grant Writing Panel (Academic Panel1)
5:00pm - 5:30pm   No Activity
5:30pm - 6:00pm Radisson Hotel Main Entrance Transportation to Social Event Venue (Weidner Center, UWGB) Note: Bus will leave from Radisson Hotel at 5:30 P.M. and at 5:40 P.M. to The Weidner Center, UWGB
6:00pm - 8:30pm Weidner Center 6pm – Cocktails
6:40pm – Dinner
7:00pm Welcome by UWGB Chancellor
7:20pm Important Business
7:25pm Keynote Speaker, Brian Cummings, Director, Tata Consultancy Services
7:50pm Desserts
8:30pm & 9:00pm – Shuttles depart

Last Updated April 24, 2012 (Abbreviations: RIP: Research-in-progress; Full: Complete Research)

 

Day 2: May 19, 2012 (Saturday)

Times Location Activities
7:00am - 7:45am Pre-function Area Continental Breakfast
7:45am - 8:30am Bear Room Academic Keynote: Dr Dov Te’eni, President AIS
8:30am - 9:15am Bear Room Design Science Panel (Academic Panel2)
9:15am - 10:00am Bear Room Online and Blended Education Pedagogy Panel (Academic Panel3)
10:00am - 10:15am Pre-function Area Coffee & Networking Break
10:15am - 11:15am
Oneida Room Session IIIa (Theme: Pedagogy)
Session Chair: Jakob Iversen, UW - Oshkosh
Paper #28 (Full) Designing OLAP Cubes: A Teaching Case
Paper #12 (RIP) Blending Information Systems Security and Forensics Curricula: A Case Study
Paper #15 (RIP) Fitting Mobile in the IS Curriculum
Tuscarora Room Session IIIb (Theme: Organizational)
Session Chair: Mari Buche, Michigan Technological University
Paper #6 (RIP) Change Management and ERP Implementation Success
Paper #24 (Full) Agile Software Development Documentation and Maintainability
Paper #26 (RIP) Inter-sourcing: IT Solutions With University Partners
Cayuga Room Session IIIc (Theme: Security & Privacy)
Session Chair: Amit Deokar, Dakota State University
Paper #23 (RIP) Information Security Policy Compliance: An Ethical Perspective
Paper #33 (Full) Not All Privacy Losses Cost the Same: Examining the Relative Perceived Trust Violation in a Hacking Versus Unauthorized Information Sharing Scenario
Paper #7 (RIP) Environmental Factors Impacting Spam: An Initial Study
11:20am - 12:00pm Bear Room Future of MWAIS Panel (Academic Panel4)
12:00pm - 1:00pm Pre-function Area Box Lunch (Pick and go)

Last Updated April 24, 2012 (Abbreviations: RIP: Research-in-progress; Full: Complete Research)