The 17th Annual MWAIS Conference was held in person on May 16th & 17th, 2022 in Omaha, Nebraska. Sponsored by the AIS MWAIS chapter, the conference was hosted by the University of Nebraska at Omaha's College of Information Science & Technology. The theme of the 17th MWAIS Annual Conference was "Translational IS/T Research". The MWAIS conference included completed research papers, research-in-progress papers, extended abstracts, posters, and three panels (including an industry CxO/CIO panel and Senior Scholars panel). MWAIS 2022 provided opportunities for PhD candidates and faculty to have stimulating conversations in emerging and current areas of IS research. The MWAIS 2022 proceedings from the Conference are hosted here in the eLibrary (see below). MWAIS 2022 @ Omaha Conference Committee: General Chair Deepak Khazanchi, Ph.D., University of Nebraska at Omaha Program Co-Chairs Tenace Kwaku Setor, Ph.D., University of Nebraska at Omaha Mousumi Munmun, Metro State University Zhuoli Axelton, University of Wisconsin–Green Bay Local Arrangements and Volunteers Co-Chairs Deanna House, Ph.D., University of Nebraska at Omaha Foluso Ayeni, Ph.D., University of Nebraska at Omaha


Submissions from 2022

Smart-Contract Enabled Blockchains for the Control of Supply Chain Order Variance, Corban Allenbrand

The Role of Disclosure Specificity in Mitigating Trust Violation After a Data Breach: A Multiple Stakeholder Approach, Zhuoli Axelton and Gaurav Bansal

Panel Proposal: Privacy in the Hyperconnected Digital Age, Gaurav Bansal, Fiona Nah, Matt Adamczyk, Damon Buono, Raman Mehta, and Shivani Srivastava

Exploring the workforce shortage of dermatologists through telehealth as an innovative supply chain and logistics management technological solution., Darrell Norman Burrell

Abstract Only: Diffusion of AI Governance, Langtao Chen, Brenda Eschenbrenner, Fiona Nah, Keng Siau, and Yuzhou Qian

Abstract Only: Identifying Factors that Influence Undergraduate Women to Leave (or Remain in) Computer Science Majors, Heather Davis and Deanna House

Towards a Cybersecurity Testbed for Agricultural Vehicles and Environments, Mark Freyhof, George Grispos, Santosh Pitla, and Cody Stolle

Abstract Only: The Truth About Numbers: Subjectivity in the CRISP-DM Process, Natalie Gerhart and Russell Torres

Early Outlook of Public Perception on Covid-19 Booster Shots, Rajesh Godasu and Kruttika Sutrave

Abstract Only: Effects of User Experience on Identity Authentication in the Nigerian E-banking Environment, Chinyere Igwe, Foluso Ayeni, and Victor Mbarika

Abstract Only: Utilizing a Virtual Internet Testbed and Private Cloud to Teach Organizational Cloud Integration, Caleb Krieger and Andy Luse

Abstract Only: The Development of a General Education Privacy and Security Course for Undergraduates, Meghan Lennon, Ben Padgitt, and Jacob Young

Abstract Only: Virtual IS Conference for HS Students, John Muraski and Jakob Iversen

The Information Systems Content Area on the CPA Exam: Does Candidate Age Matter?, Steven Muzatko, Adriana Cordis, and Gaurav Bansal

Abstract Only: ICT Usage and Learning Outcomes of Pupils in Primary Schools in Uganda, Ruqqaiya Naluwooza, Ayeni Foluso, Langmia Kehbuma, and Victor Mbarika

Exploration of Security Concerns Related to Personal Devices When Accessing Cloud-Based Electronic Health Records, Gargi Nandy and Deanna House

A Preliminary Look at Information Security through a Social Practice Theory Lens, Alaa Nehme and Merrill Warkentin

Disclosure On Online Sustainability Platforms and Value Creation for Digital vs. Non-Digital Firms, Xue Ning, Dobin Yim, and Jiban Khuntia

Security Warning Messages Research: Past and Future, Dustin Ormond and Jordan Barlow

Abstract Only: Are Project Narrative Attributes Indicative of Pre-order Campaign Success on Crowdfunding Platforms? – A Text-Mining Approach, Shaolin Pu and Karthik Srinivasan

Visualizing the Beer Game: The Value of Interactions During Dynamic Decision Making, Kari Sandouka

Reinforcement Learning Algorithms and Complexity of Inventory Control, A Review, Aravindh Sekar and David Zeng

Algorithmic Trading and Cryptocurrency- a literature review and key findings, Steve Sorsen and James Schulz


Abstract Only: Compliance Based Penetration Testing as a Service, Srinivasulu Vuggumudi, Kaushik Ragothaman, and Yong Wang