Judith Brown, Assistant Professor

Judith Brown

Assistant Professor, DEPARTMENT OF BUSINESS INFORMATION AND TECHNOLOGY

Phone
901.678.4616
Email
jbrown@memphis.edu
Fax
901.678.4151
Office
228 Fogelman Administration Building
Office Hours
By Appointment

About Judith Brown

Judith C. Brown, Assistant Professor of Business Information and Technology, received a BS from The University of Memphis and an MS from University of Tennessee. She has taught numerous courses, including Introduction to Business Microcomputer Applications, Introduction to Management Information Systems, and Visual Basic. She serves as Advisor for the student chapter of the Association for Information Technology Professionals. She is also the advisor for undergraduate BIT students. She is the course coordinator for the Introduction to Business Microcomputer Applications, which includes giving MOS exams to hundreds of students each semester.

Education

Master of Science, The University of Tennessee
Bachelor of Science, The University of Memphis

Selected Research

Brown, J. C. "Using SIMnet to Teach Office Applications" National Business Education Assoc. Regional Meeting, New Orleans, LA, March, 2011.

Sinclaire, J. K., Simon, J. C., Campbell, C. J., and Brown, J. C., "Does Attendance Affect Student Grades in IT Skills Courses?" Proceedings of the International Academy of Business and Public Administration Disciplines, New Orleans, LA, October 2010.

Simon, J. C., Campbell, C. J., and Brown, J. C. "How Much Programming Instruction Should Undergraduate MIS Programs Include?" Proceedings of the International Academy of Business and Public Administration Disciplines, Memphis, TN, October 2008.

Simon, J. C., Campbell, C., and Brown, J. "Does Undergraduate Training in MIS Programs Provide Desired Entry-level Information Technology Skills?" Proceedings of the International Academy of Business and Public Administration Disciplines, New Orleans, LA, October 2007.

Simon, J. C., Brown, J. C., Campbell, C. J., and Richardson, S. "Can Employees' Personality and Cultural Characteristics be Used to Predict their Best Fit with Software Testing Job Tasks?" Proceedings of the Workshop on Advances and Innovations in Systems Testing, May 2007.