Carin Chuang, Ph.D.
Professor of Management Information Systems
3MT Competition Administrator
Carin Chuang is a Professor of MIS in the Department of Quantitative Business Studies. Her research and teaching focus on ERP implementation, systems analysis and design, data analytics and service-learning
Chuang’s research interests focus on enterprise resource planning (ERP) implementation and evaluation, system dynamics and simulation, information systems analysis and design, data analytics for decision support, project management, e-business strategy and service-learning.
Prior to joining academia, Dr. Chuang had 13 years industry experience and worked in well-known Fortune 500 organizations including EDS (Electronic Data Systems), Caterpillar Inc. and Perkins+Will Global.
• Chuang, K.W., Mo, S., Chen, K.C., & Ye, C. (2016) “The Evolving Role of Peer-To-Peer Lending: A New Financing Alternative”, Journal of the International Academy for Case Studies, 22(3), 32-38 Case Report and 22(4), 24-33 Instructor Notes.
• Chen, K.C., & Chuang, K. W. (2016). “Building A Cooperative Learning Environment In A Flipped Classroom” Academy of Educational Leadership Journal, 20(2), 8-15.
• Chuang, K. W. (2015) “The Impact of Emerging Soft Skill on Technology Education: Service-Learning Approach” Academic Journal of Science, 04(03), 381–386.