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    Personal Resume  
    Professor Doug Vogel is the chief academic director of management science and engineering of HIT. He was selected by the "Foreign Experts thousands of people plan", the International Academy of Information Systems Association (AIS Fellow) and the International Association for Information Systems (AIS President).


    1986   University of Minnesota       Business Administration/MIS                  Ph.D.
    1972   U. C. L. A.                            Computer Science                                  M.S.
    1969   Montana State University    Electrical Engineering                             B.S

    Academic and Professional experience

    2013- present    Harbin Institute of Technology                                              Professor
    2011 - 2013       City University of Hong Kong Dept. of IS                              Visiting Professor
    2000 - 2011       City University of Hong Kong Dept. of IS                              Chair Professor
    1992 -1998        University of Arizona Dept. of MIS                                        Associate Professor

    Reviewer for:                   

                                                          IEEE Transactions on Professional Communication
                                                          Group Decision and Negotiation 
                                                          European Journal of Information Systems
                                                          Journal of Strategic Information Systems
                                                          MIS Quarterly 
                                                          Communications of the ACM
                                                          Management Science 
                                                          Decision Sciences

    Recognition and Awards               

                                                                State Specially Recruited Expert, P.R. China -- 2013
                                                                Association for Information Systems (AIS) President -- 2012
                                                                Association for Information Systems (AIS) President-elect -- 2011
                                                                Kappa Delta Pi (International Honor Society in Education) - 2011
                                                                AIS LEO Committee for 2010 and 2011
                                                                AIS Fellow Selection Committee – 2009, 2013
                                                                IEEE Software Advisory Board - 2009
                                                                Most Cited Author in Pacific Asia – 2009 
                                                                ICIS Doctoral Consortium Co-Chair – 2009
                                                                ICIS Track Co-Chair – 2009


    1.Guo, X; Sun, S. and Vogel, D. “A Data Flow Perspective for Business Process Integration,” ACM Transactions on Management Information Systems      (TMIS), conditionally accepted.
    2.Zhou, Z.; Jin, X.; Fang, Y. and Vogel, D. “Effects of Supranational Culture in Social Virtual Worlds Continuance,” European Journal of Information Systems   (EJIS), conditionally accepted.
    3.Phan, D. and Vogel, D. “Business Intelligence and Natural Intelligence Applications in Consumer Communities: A Case Study,” International Journal of E-Business Development (IJED), 3(4), 2013, pp. 159-164.
    4.Yan, Z.; Guo, X.; and Vogel, D. “Understanding Dynamic Collaboration in Teleconsultation,” Information Technology for Development, forthcoming, (online at http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/02681102.2013.854730.)
    5.Ho, R. and Vogel, D. “The Impact of Social Networking Functionalization on Online Shopping: An Examination of Web Relative Advantage,” International Journal of Business Information Systems, forthcoming.
    6.Zhang, X. and Vogel, D. “Understanding the Effect of Organizational Reward on Knowledge Sharing: The Role of Exchange Ideology and Knowledge Sharing Visibility,” International Journal of Information Technology and Management (IJITM), 12 (3), 2013, pp. 148-168.
    7.Yan, Z.; Guo, X.; Lee, M. and Vogel, D. “Understanding the Linkage between Technology Features and Technostress in Telemedicine Communication,” Information Technology and People, 26(3), 2013, pp. 283-297.
    8.Cheung, R. and Vogel, D. “Predicting User Acceptance of Collaborative Technologies: An Extension of the Technology Acceptance Model for e-Learning,” Computers & Education, 63, 2013, pp. 160-175.
    9.Zhou, Z.; Fang, Y.; Vogel, D.; Jin, X. and Zhang, X. “Attracted to or Locked in? Predicting Continuance Intention in Social Virtual World Services,” Journal of MIS, 29(1), 2012, pp. 267-300.
    10.Zhang, X.; Vogel, D. and Zhou, Z. “Effects of Information Technologies, Department Characteristics, and Individual Roles on Improving Knowledge Sharing Visibility: A Qualitative Case Study,” Behaviour & Information Technology, 31(11), 2012, pp. 1117-1131.
    11.Cheung, R. and Vogel, D. “Designing Web 2.0 Collaboration Tools to Support Project-Based Learning: An Activity-Oriented Approach,” International Journal of Systems and Service-Oriented Engineering, 3(2), 2012, pp. 1-14.
    12.Phan, D. and Vogel, D. “Rapid E-Business Development Project Management at Intel,” International Journal of E-Business Development (IJED), 2(3), 2012, pp. 95-100.
    13.Chen, Z.; Qin, X. and Vogel, D. “Is Cooperation a Panacea? The Effect of Cooperative Response to Task Conflict on Team Performance,” Systems Research and Behavioral Science, 29, 2012, pp. 163-198.
    14.Saunders, C.; Rutkowski, A.; van Genuchten, M.; Vogel, D. and Orrego, J. “Virtual Space and Place: Theory and Test,” MIS Quarterly, 35(4), 2011, pp. 1079-1098.
    15.Gu, J.; Yu, L.; Vogel, D. and Tian, W. “What are the Major Impact Factors on Research Performance of Young Doctorate Holders in Science in China - A USTC Survey,” Higher Education, 62(4), 2011, pp. 483-502. (http://www.springerlink.com/content/8r3xn153004466j1/)
    16.Wang, M.; Vogel, D. and Ran, W. “Creating a Performance-Oriented E-Learning Environment: A Design Science Approach,” Information & Management, 48(4), 2011, pp. 260-269.
    17.Chen, Z.; Zhang, X. and Vogel, D. “Exploring the Underlying Processes between Conflict and Knowledge Sharing: A Work Engagement Perspective,” Journal of Applied Social Psychology (JASP), 41(5), 2011, pp. 1003–1031.
    18.Tian, W.; Yu, A.; Vogel, D. and Kwok, R. “The Impact of Online Social Networking on Learning: a Social Integration Perspective,” International Journal of Networking and Virtual Organisation, 8(3/4), 2011, pp. 264-280.
    19.Zhang, X. and Vogel, D. “Electronic Commerce in Web 3.0: The Evidence from Emerging Economics,” International Journal of Computer Science & Information Technology (IJCSIT), 3(3), 2011, pp. 240-254.
    20.Cheung, R. and Vogel, D. “Can Facebook Enhance the Communications between Teachers and Students?,” The International Journal of Learning, 17(11), 2011, pp. 385-397.
    21.Zhou, Z.; Jin, K.; Vogel, D.; Fang, Y. and Chen, X. “Individual Motivations and Demographic Differences in Social Virtual World Uses: An Exploratory Investigation in Second Life,” International Journal of Information Management (IJIM), 31(3), 2011, pp. 261-271.
    22.Tian, W.; Vogel, D.; Ma, J. and Gu, J. “IS-Supported Managerial Control for China’s Research Community: an Agency Theory Perspective,” Journal of Global Information Management (JGIM), 18(4), 2010, pp. 53-81.
    23.Yu, A.; Tian, W.; Vogel, D. and Kwok, R. “Can learning be virtually boosted? An investigation of online social networking impacts,” Computers & Education, 55, 2010, pp. 1494-1503.
    24.Shroff, R. and Vogel, D. “An Investigation on Individual Students’ Perceptions of Interest Utilizing a Blended Learning Approach," International Journal on E-Learning, 9(2), 2010, pp. 279-294.

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