Panels

Track Description
Panels afford the opportunity to discuss timely topics that are important, provocative, and contested. A good panel engages the audience and invited experts in a discussion that stimulates interaction and significantly advances attendees’ understanding of a complex topic. Panel topics are varied, but generally pertain to contemporary issues that demand focused research attention, new research challenges, or changes to the status quo of the discipline. Panels related to the conference theme, and panels including a senior practitioner, are especially welcome. We encourage proposals that are innovative, inspirational, and potentially controversial, leaving the audience with more questions and issues to debate and consider after the panel is over.

Track Chairs
Andrew Burton-Jones, The University of Queensland, abj@business.uq.edu.au
Vijay Guarbaxani, University of California, Irvine, vgurbaxa@uci.edu
Youngjin Yoo, Case Western Reserve University, USA, youngjin.yoo@case.edu
Schedule

Subscribe to RSS Feed

2020
Monday, December 14th

Business school deans and institutional leader perspectives on the impacts and implications of the COVID-19 pandemic for the IS field and academic community

John Mooney, Pepperdine Graziadio Business School
Blake Ives, University of Houston
Ritu Agarwal, University of Maryland
Brian Fitzgerald, Lero, University of Limerick
Anne P. Massey, University of Massachusetts
Vallabh Sambamurthy, University of Wisconsin
Christina Soh, NTU

IS 2020: Developing an ACM/AIS Information Systems Model Curriculum for Undergraduate Programs

Paul Leidig, Grand Valley State University

IS Faculty perspectives on the impacts and implications of the COVID-19 pandemic for IS Teaching and Research

Richard T. Watson, University of Georgia
Dennis Galletta, University of Pittsburgh
Iris Junglas, College of Charleston
Jiro Kokuryo, Keio University
Leona Chandra-Kruse, University of Liechtenstein
Saji K Mathew, Indian Institute of Technology Madras
Annette M. Mills, University of Canterbury

Seeking Ethical use of AI Algorithms: Challenges and Mitigations

Monideepa Tarafdar, Lancaster University (Management School)
Mike Teodorescu, Boston College
Hüseyin Tanriverdi, The University of Texas at Austin
Lionel Peter Robert, University of Michigan
Lily Morse, West Virginia University

The Industry Perspective on COVID-19

Munir Mandivalla, Temple University
Dinesh Desai, Emtec, Inc.
Linda Descanao, Red Havas US
Larry Dignan, ZDNet
Christopher Kearns, NBC Universal
Raghu Sankaran, Scholastic Corporation