M.S., Management of Information Systems, Murray State University, Murray, KY, 2010.
B.S., Engineering, University of Maine, Orono, ME, 1996.
Business Software Applications, Database Construction
Business Intelligence & Decision Support, Human Information Search Behavior
Jeff started as PhD student in the MIS program at the University of Memphis in 2010.
Prior to arriving at U of M, Jeff worked in the automotive industry involved with
product application, design, and development. Later in his career, he moved into operations
management and continuous improvement where he led multiple change projects and business
process re-engineering efforts. In 2008, Jeff left manufacturing and began to pursue
While working on his master’s degree, Jeff had been involved with projects for the
Department of Homeland Security in the areas of interoperable radio communications
and portable network communications. Currently his research interest is in the area
of human information search behaviors and human computer interface. Aside from academics,
Jeff enjoys watching NFL football, attending Minor League Baseball Games, and reading
the buzz on the latest technology gadgets. Other times, when time allows, Jeff is
out taking photographs of urban Memphis.