Dr. Mary Dunaway

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Title: 
Assistant Professor of Information Science and Systems
Office Location: 
578 Graves School of Business and Management
Phone: 
443 885 3836
Email: 
mary.dunaway@morgan.edu
Education:

Ph.D. Information Systems, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, Arkansas, 2014

MBA Amberton University, Garland, Texas, 1989

BS Computer Science, Southern University, Baton Rouge, Louisiana

Education:

Ph.D. Information Systems, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, Arkansas, 2014

MBA Amberton University, Garland, Texas, 1989

BS Computer Science, Southern University, Baton Rouge, Louisiana

Dr. Dunaway received her Ph.D. in Information Systems from the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville. She is also a certified Project Management Professional (PMP), since 2004. Dr. Dunaway has managed many Enterprise Technology systems consulting projects at Fortune 500 organizations. She serves as a member in professional associations such as the Project Management Institute, Association for Information Systems, and Decision Sciences Institute. Dr. Dunaway’s teaching has been recognized as being innovative along with recognition in research for best paper nominations at academic conferences. She is an Information Systems advocate sharing her knowledge through various speaking opportunities. Her current topic, “Project Management Analytics” has gained strong interest and presented at the Washington, DC and Silver Spring chapters of PMI, University of Virginia School of Continuing and Professional Studies, and government agencies – US Department of Agriculture, US Census Bureau.

Research Interests

Dr. Dunaway’s primary areas of research include technology adoption, Data Analytics, Team Emotional Intelligence, IS pedagogy, and business value of IT.

1. Dunaway, M., Sullivan, Y.& Fosso, S. "Building Dynamic Capabilities with the Internet of Things", HICCS 2019 Conference Proceedings, Maui, HI. *** Nominated for Best Paper

2. Dunaway, M. "Collaboration in a Data Analytics Curricula: An Active Learning Approach," AMCIS 2017 Conference Proceedings, Boston, MA *** Recognized as Top 20 Best papers

3. Dunaway, M. "Desirable ERP Learning Outcomes: A Text Mining Approach," Business Analytics Congress, Analytics and Data Science: Advances in Research and Pedagogy, (Eds. Deokar, Gupta, Iyer, Jones), Vol. 21, 2017, New York: NY, Springer Publishing

4. UVA Today (January 2017), Rave Reviews for Course Combining Academics with Networking, Career Services, https://news.virginia.edu/content/rave-reviews-course-combining-academics-networking-career-services ***Recognized for teaching and new course delivery

Journal Articles

Dunaway, M. (2015). Case Study: Lessons Learned in Launching an Integrated Online Graduate Business Analytics Program, Issues in Information Systems, 16(4), 152-156.

Dunaway, M. & McCarthy, R. (2015). Teaching Case: A Situated Learning Approach to ERP Role Adaptation and Business Intelligence, Issues in Information Systems, 16(2), 195-208.

Reychav, I., Dunaway, M., & Kobayashi, M. (2015). Understanding Mobile Technology-Fit behaviors Outside the Classroom. Computers & Education, 87, 142-150.

Dunaway, M. (2013). IS Learning: The Impact of Gender and Team Emotional Intelligence, Journal of Information Systems Education, 24(3), 189 -202.

Book Chapters

Dunaway, M., Implementation methodologies for ERP projects, Readings in Enterprise Resource Planning (Eds. Leger, Pellerin, Babin & Robert), September 2011.

Dunaway, M., & Bristow, S., Importance and impact of ERP systems on industry and organization, Readings in Enterprise Resource Planning (Eds. Leger, Pellerin, Babin & Robert), September 2011.

Bristow, S. & Dunaway, M., Process for Selecting an ERP systems, Readings in Enterprise Resource Planning (Eds. Leger, Pellerin, Babin & Robert), September 2011.

Conference Papers

Dunaway, M., Sullivan, Y.& Fosso, S. "Building Dynamic Capabilities with the Internet of Things", HICCS 2019 Conference Proceedings, Maui, HI.

Dunaway, M. "Desirable ERP Learning Outcomes: A Text Mining Approach," 2015 Pre-ICIS Business Analytics (BA) Congress.

Dunaway, M. "Disentangling Factors Impacting Emotionally Intelligent IT Teams," IACIS 2014 Conference Proceedings, Las Vegas, NV.

Dunaway, M. & Sabherwal, R. Understanding the role of Transactive Memory Systems and Knowledge Management Mechanisms on Team Performance, ICIS 2012 conference, Nominated for Best Paper award.

Dunaway, M. & Bristow, S. ERP Functional Role Orientation: A Situated Learning Approach, 2012 HEC Symposium on Experiential Learning in IT Education and poster.

Dunaway, M. The Role of Emotional Intelligence and Knowledge Creation on Team Performance, 2012 PhD Project IS Doctoral Student Association Conference.

Majorique-Leger, Pierre, F., Davis, D., Perret, J., & Dunaway, M. Psychophysiological correlates of Cognitive Absorption, Pre-ICIS 2010 HCI workshop.