Dr. Shuaifu Lin
Dr. Shuaifu LinAssistant Professor of Management Information SystemsFinance and Management Information Systems
Discipline: Management Information Systems
Before my academic career, I was a database and network administrator Later in my another position, I was a sales administrator and had supervise a shipment team managing the global shipment for a leading computer company. After I discovered my passion in teaching and research, I studied MIS at the Florida State University. My research interests focus on information privacy and the adoption of information systems. My teaching interests include database, enterprise systems, and business analytics. While I enjoy my teaching and research as my career, I also love outdoor activities such as fishing, hiking, and photography. When the weather is not perfect for outdoor, I develop films and repair vintage cameras as my hobby.
Doctor of Philosophy, Florida State. Major: Management Information Systems.
MIS 3306 Database Management Systems
MIS 3318 Enterprise Systems using SAP
MIS 3320 Business Analytics
MBA 6207 Management of Information Flows
Assistant Professor at University of Mary-Hardin Baylor
Assistant Professor at University of Central Arkansas
Motivated by my work experience, I have developed research interests around individual cognition and behavior, and usage of emerging information technologies. My research has been published in the Journal of the Association for Information Systems, Computers in Human Behavior, and AIS Transactions on Replication Research, among others.