Dale Shao


Dale Shao received his PhD in Decision Sciences/Information Systems at Georgia State University in 1989. He currently is a Management Information Systems Professor at Marshall University’s Lewis College of Business and has been since 2000. Previous to this, he was a Fordham University Technology Consultant to the Director of the Media Center. Dale’s work has been published in journals such as International Journal of Business and Systems Research. He also received the Quinlan Grant in Fall 2015. Dale currently does photography and general volunteer work for the Mountaineer Opry House in Milton, WV.

PhD, Decision Sciences/Information Systems, Georgia State University, 1989
MBA, Organizational Behavior, Old Dominion University, 1978
BSBA, Quantitative Methods, Old Dominion University, 1977
Quinlan Grant, Marshall University, March 2016
MIS 200: Business Computer Applications
MIS 290: Principles Management Info. Systems
MIS 300: Intro. To Business Programming
MIS 333: Business Telecomm. Systems
MIS 678: Management Info. Systems
Forrest, J. Y., Shao, L. P., McKinney, R. E., & Shao, D. H. (2020). Firm performance and market expansion from the point of view of resources. International Journal of Business and Systems Research, forthcoming.
Marshall University Professor of Management Information Systems, 2000 to Present
Fordham University Visiting Professor of Information Systems 1993 to 1999
Photography and General volunteer work for the Mountaineer Opry House in Milton, WV, January 2017 to Present
Volunteer Project as Part of Recruitment and Retention Committee, January 2017 to December 2017