Professor of Mathematics
328 Collier-Scripps | 515-271-3764 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Alexander has taught at Drake for more than 20 years and teaches an array of courses in mathematics. His research involves the history of analysis in the late 19th and 20th centuries, and in particular, complex dynamics, one of the early manifestations of chaos theory. An avid Boston sports fan, Alexander often approaches Data Analytics through the lens of baseball’s emphasis in computation and analytics.
Associate Professor of Practice in Information Systems
325 Aliber Hall | 515-271-3811 | email@example.com
Clayton earned her M.B.A. degree from Drake University and taught at American Institute of Business and Iowa State University before joining Drake’s faculty in 2005. She is actively involved in mentoring and advising students with various interests in technology and is the faculty advisor for the Drake Association of Technology Advancement (DATA) student group. She is a past Founding Co-President of the Association of Information Technology and Management, and continues with many consulting, outreach and service activities.
Assistant Professor of Business Analytics
358 Aliber Hall | 515-271-4158 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. Follett is an Assistant Professor of Business Analytics at Drake University. She received her Ph.D in statistics from Iowa State University in 2016. She has a background in statistical consulting and in 2015 received the Dan Mowrey Consulting Excellence Award. Dr. Follett’s favorite projects are often interdisciplinary in nature and involve using data to answer complex research questions and make meaningful inference. Her research interests are in the areas of statistical graphics and Bayesian forecasting models, especially Bayesian VARs. She is particularly interested in stochastic volatility and the use of shrinkage and sparsity priors.
Associate Professor of Computer Science
327 Collier-Scripps | 515-271-2177 | email@example.com
Manley’s primary research area focuses on communication networks supporting big data. He has designed devices and algorithms for high-capacity optical networks allowing for more efficient transmission and fault tolerance. He has also developed techniques for using data mining in improved indoor localization based on observed wireless network data. He teaches a wide array of computer science classes including those on data structures and artificial intelligence. He was recently invited to participate on an NSF panel on "Big Data".
Associate Professor of Management and International Business
312 Aliber Hall | 515-271-2490 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Meyer earned his Ph.D. in Industrial Engineering from Iowa State University in 1989 with a minor in Computer Science. He did contract programming for several departments at Iowa State University and has created numerous online educational games. His research interests are in process degradation, continuous improvement, and computer technology in education. He has recent publications in Decision Sciences Journal of Innovative Education and the Journal of Management. He is also a three-time winner of the Drake College of Business and Public Administration Outstanding Graduate Teacher Award. With respect to Data Analytics, Dr. Meyer's primary area of expertise lies in prescriptive analytics: optimization and simulation.
Associate Professor of Information Systems
353 Aliber Hall | 515-271-3724 | email@example.com
Dr. Alanah Mitchell is an Associate Professor of Information Systems in the Department of Information Management and Business Analytics in the College of Business and Public Administration at Drake University. Her Ph.D. is in Information Technology from the University of Nebraska at Omaha. Professor Mitchell’s research focuses on the design, implementation, and use of information and communication technologies for collaboration, specifically in global virtual teams. Additionally, she researches in areas of e-commerce, analytics, and pedagogy. She has published in such journals as Journal of the Association for Information Systems, Communications of the Association for Information Systems, DATA BASE, International Journal of e-Collaboration, and American Journal of Business as well as others. Professor Mitchell teaches database management.
Aliber Distinguished Professor of Information Systems
332 Aliber Hall | 515-271-2753 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Strader received his Ph.D. in Business Administration (Information Systems) from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign in 1997. He teaches courses on electronic commerce strategy, website development, computer programming, database management, and XBRL. Dr. Strader’s research interests include information technology ethics, digital product management, online consumer behavior, information technology adoption, and the impact of the Internet and e-business on initial public offerings. He has published three books and more than sixty articles in academic and practitioner journals, books, and conference proceedings. Dr. Strader is the founding Editor-in-Chief of the Drake Management Review, has served as CBPA Research Coordinator, and has twice won the CBPA faculty research award.
Professor of Computer Science
326 Collier-Scripps | 515-271-2118 | email@example.com
Urness is dedicated to computer science education and has been recognized as Outstanding Teacher of the Year in the College of Arts and Sciences. His research in computer graphics and scientific visualization is interdisciplinary in nature and has resulted in numerous publications. His collaborations include professors and students from Drake University’s Department of Physics and Astronomy, Department of Biology, Department of Chemistry, as well as Drake’s College of Business and Public Administration.
Associate Professor of Statistics
308 Aliber Hall | 515-271-2807 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Vaughan has earned a master’s in Sports Administration from Georgia Southern University and a Ph.D. in Statistics from the University of Georgia.
Assistant Professor of Practice in Statistics
Aliber Hall | 515-271-3770 | email@example.com
Laugerman has earned her Bachelors of Science, Masters of Science, and Ph.D. from Iowa State University. Her specialties include business statistics, data analytics, management science, and educational research in STEM. I have worked on numerous national research grants, and have numerous research publications in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM).