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Name: Ricky Weible
Title: Associate Professor
Office: Management & Marketing /LCOB
Phone: 304-696-2673
Email: weible@marshall.edu
Expert: Management Information Systems
 
Achievements

Research Based:
 
Journal Publications:
1. “COB Deans’ Opinions of E Courses and How They Differ when their Institutions Offer E Courses,” Saunders G. and Rick Weible, Accounting Research Journal, Volume 13, Number 2, 2000. pages 80-89.

2. “Electronic Courses: Old Wine in New Bottles?” Saunders G. and Rick Weible, Journal of Internet Research, Volume 9, Number 5, 1999. pages 339-347.

3. “Distance Learning and the 21st Century University: The Views of Accounting Chairpersons & COB Deans,” Saunders G. and Rick Weible, Review of Accounting Information Systems, Volume 3, Number 3, Summer 1999. pages 53-62.

4. “Cyber Research: The Impact of the Internet on Data Collection,” Rick Weible and John Wallace, Marketing Research, Fall 1998. pages 19-26.

5. "Comparing Data Collection Methods: Mail, Fax, E-Mail and Web Form," Rick Weible and John Wallace, Marketing Research, Fall, 1998.

6. "The Impact of Takeover Activity on Corporate Research and Development: An Empirical Analysis," Alireza Tahai and Rick Weible, Journal of Economics and Finance, Vol. 14, No. 1, Spring 1990, pp. 199-204.
 
 
Proceedings:
1. "An Investigation of University Success: How Much Do Our Graduates Make?" proceedings of the Southeastern Chapter of InfORMS, 41st Annual Meeting, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, October 6-7, 2005.

2. "The US Supply of New Technology Workers: A Report on the Number of Graduates of US Colleges and University Technology Programs," proceedings of the Southeastern Chapter of InfORMS, 41st Annual Meeting, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, October 6-7, 2005.

3. “A Model of Risk in the Information Age,” Proceedings of the Southeastern Chapter of InfORMS, 39th Annual Meeting, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, October 2-3, 2003.

4. “The Us Supply of Information Technology Workers: a Survey,” Proceeding of the Southern Association for Information Systems, March 1-2, 2002, Savannah, Georgia, pp 315+.

5. “Interested in Improving: Your Teaching, Student Placement, Opportunities for Applied Research, Practical Knowledge, Professional Network, and External Financial Outreach?” Proceeding of the 16th Annual Conference of the International Academy for Information Management, New Orleans, Louisiana, December 14-16, 2001, pp 347+.

6. “The Employment Out Look for Information Technology Workers: A Demand Forecast” Proceeding of the 16th Annual Conference of the International Academy for Information Management, New Orleans, Louisiana, December 14-16, 2001, pp 366+.

7. “The Employment Out Look for Information Technology Workers: A Supply Forecast” with Terry Wiant and Michael Hicks, Proceedings of the Southeastern Chapter of InfORMS, 37th Annual Meeting, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, October 4-5, 2001.

8. “The Employment Out Look for Information Technology Workers in West Virginia: A Survey of Supply and Demand” with Terry Wiant, Proceedings of the Southeastern Chapter of InfORMS, 37th Annual Meeting, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, October 4-5, 2001.

9. “The Academic Ethics of Business Students Majoring in Management Information Systems,” with Bob Brown, Proceedings of the 4th Annual Conference of the Southern Association for Information Systems, Savannah, Georgia, 2001.

10. “A Longitudinal Study of the Academic Ethics of Business Students Majoring in Management Information Systems,” with Bob Brown, Proceedings of the Southeastern Chapter of InfORMS, Myrtle Beach, SC. October 2000.

11. “Business Students and The Internet: An Investigation of Business Students’ Views of Course Web Sites and Internet Technology Use in General,” Proceedings of the Southeastern Chapter of InfORMS, Myrtle Beach, SC. 1999.

12. “IT Training: A vision for the next decade,” Proceedings of the International Academy of Information Management, Charlotte, NC. 1999.

13. “Course Web Sites: Student Preferences and Good Examples,” Proceedings of the International Academy of Information Management, Charlotte, NC. 1999.

14. “Organizational and Individual Influences in Adoption of Internet Technologies,” with Juett Cooper, Proceedings of Portland International Conference on Management of Engineering and Technology, Portland, Oregon. 1999.

15. “The Internet and Pedagogy: A study of how the Internet is being used to support and supplement teaching,” Proceeding of 2nd Annual Conference of the Southern Association for Information Systems SAIS, Atlanta, GA. 1999.

16. “Adoption of the Internet by MIS Professors,” Proceedings of the Southeastern Chapter of InfORMS, Myrtle Beach, SC. Oct., 1998.

17. “Data Collection Using E-Mail and Web Forms,” Proceedings of the Southeastern Chapter of InfORMS, Myrtle Beach, SC. Oct., 1998.

18. "Growth and Adoption of the Internet as a Research Tool," Proceedings of the 33rd Annual Meeting of SEInfORMS, Myrtle Beach, SC, October 2-3, 1997, pp. 250-252.

19. "Critical Success Factors for MIS Professionals," Proceedings of the National Decision Science Institute, November 20-22, 1995, pp. 727.

20. "Developing Course Competencies: One Instructor's Approach," Proceedings of the Southern Management Information Systems Association, November 10-11, 1995, Long Beach, Mississippi.

21. "Evaluating MIS Curriculum Using Industry Skill Requirements," Proceedings of the Southern Management Information Systems Association, November 10-11, 1995, Long Beach, Mississippi.

22. "A Model for Privacy Research," Proceedings of the Southern Management Information System Association, October 27, 1994.

23. "Data Privacy: An Empirical Investigation of the Effects of Situation on Privacy Perceptions," Proceedings of the Southern Management Information System Association, October 27, 1994.

24."An Estimation of Personal Information Privacy Sensitivities Intended For An Insurance Application: Survey Results," with David Lange, Proceedings of the Academy of Financial Services, October, 1994, St. Louis, MO.

25. "Insured Privacy: An Empirical Study of Information Privacy Sensitivity," with David Lange, Proceedings of the Mid-South Academy of Economics and Finance, February 1994, Nashville, TN. (Presentation Only)

26. "Data Privacy: What's Private and What's Not," Proceedings of National Decision Science Institute, November 21-23, 1993, pp.765.

27. "Racial Differences in Patronage Behavior to a Museum of Fine Arts," with Mike Jones, Proceedings of Academy of Marketing Science, Minority Marketing Conference, October 14-16, 1993, pp. 86-89.

28. "Teaching Organization Design Through Expert Systems Methodology," with Daniel Cochran. Proceedings of Southeast Region of Decision Sciences Institute, February 22-24, 1989.
 

Awards:
 

H. Paul Kizer Chair of MIS, 2000 – 2003.
Beta Alpha Psi, Marshall University, 2003.
Delta Sigma Pi, Professor of the Semester nominee, 2002 and 2001.
Best Paper Award – and Brown, Proceedings of the 4th Annual Conference of the Southern Association for Information Systems, 2001.
Alpha Iota Delta, Mu Sigma Upsilon chapter, Mississippi State University.
Phi Eta Sigma Fabulous Faculty Award, 2000.
WVIOGA Database I created was judged as one the Best New Technology introductions in the Northeast by Hart’s Oil and Gas World Magazine in its third annual contest, June 1995
 

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