Danielle C. Fowler, Ph.D.
Chair, Department of Information Systems and Decision Science
Associate Professor of Information Systems
Department of Information Systems and Decision Science
Office: Business Center 469
- Ph.D., Swinburne University
- B.Bus, Curtin University of Technology
Professor Fowler is the chair of the Department of Information Systems and Decision Science. She joined the faculty in 2002 after earning her P.h.D from Swinburne University on Melbourne Australia and teaching a few years in the country.
Fowler, D. C., & Stickney, L. T. (2020). Smartphone Apps for Use in Management Education. Edward Elgar Publishing, Inc.
Fowler, D. C., Scornavacca, E., & C. M. (2018). Affordances of Social Media in Knowledge Sharing in Intra-organizational Information Technology Projects. Springer Lecture Notes in Information Systems and Organisation (LNISO. 23.
Pitta, D. A., Fowler, D. C., & Patino, A. D. (2020). Artificial Intelligence: Enhancing the intensity and involvement of the brand experience.. Academy of Marketing (UK).
Allen, S. A., Mitchell, J. P., Stickney, L. T., Fowler, D. C., Pi�a, A., Moran, K., Gower, K., Turner, J. W., Foss, S. K., Stone, K. B., & Stone, K. B. Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, "Teaching with Technology: Teaching �Managers�," Academy of Management, virtual. (2021).
Allen, S. A., Mitchell, J. P., Stickney, L. T., Gower, K., Fowler, D. C., Brady, M., Fellenz, M., Staples, H., Nelson, T. A., Lo, K., Trinh, M., Stone, K. B., Edwards, M., & Jhamb, S. Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, "Teaching with Technology: Seeing Past the Constraints of Technology," Academy of Management, virtual. (2020).
Stickney, L. T., Bento, R. F., Fowler, D. C., & Weiner, J. Mid-Atlantic Organizational Behavior Teaching Zoom Conference, "Teaching Online Courses: Instructional Models and Technological Options," (2020).
Research in Progress
"Creating Attack/Defense Scenarios for Cyber Security Education" (On-Going)
This project will enhance our current Cyber Security laboratory by automating the setup and behavior of hardware and software to simulate different attack/defense scenarios. The products of this project will be used to teach cyber security courses, collaborate with other divisions and institutions, and for faculty and student research activities.