Decision Sciences Institute develops scholars, who produce, use, and disseminate knowledge primarily within and across information systems, analytics, and supply chain management to improve decisions involving systems, technology, and processes.
Decision Sciences Institute creates, develops, and fosters knowledge to improve managerial decisions for
SEDSI Constitution and Bylaws
SEDSI Branding: logos, colors, etc.
Ping Wang, James Madison University
Cheryl Aasheim, Georgia Southern University
Binshan Lin, Louisiana State University Shreveport
SEDSI Officer's Handbook
Program Chair Elect
Elena Olson, Virginia Commonwealth University
John O'Malley, Georgia Southern University email@example.com
Sara Bliss Kiser, Alabama State University
A. James (Jim) Wynne, Virginia Commonwealth University
A Look at Past Presidents
V.P. Member Services
Michelle Hagadorn, Roanoke College
V.P. Planning & Development
Mauro Falasca, East Carolina University
Shona Morgan, North Carolina A&T University, firstname.lastname@example.org
L. Drew Rosen, University of North Carolina Wilmington, email@example.com
Archivist & Web Services
Pamela Schlosser, William & Mary
2020 - 2022
2019 - 2021
Jason Deane, Virginia Tech, firstname.lastname@example.org
Kellie Keeling, University of Denver, email@example.com
Quinton Nottingham, Virginia Tech, firstname.lastname@example.org
Barry Wray, University of North Carolina Wilmington, email@example.com
Christopher (Chris) Zobel, Virginia Tech, firstname.lastname@example.org
A. James (Jim) Wynne, Virginia Commonwealth University, email@example.com
Terry Rakes, Virginia Tech, firstname.lastname@example.org
Chris McCart, Roanoke College, email@example.com
Suzie Smith, Presbyterian College, firstname.lastname@example.org
Reza Kheirandish, Clayton State University, email@example.com
DISTINGUISHED SERVICE AWARD
The Southeast Decision Sciences Distinguished Service Award (DSA) may be presented to Members of the Southeast Decision Sciences Institute in recognition of distinguished achievements in the decision sciences over a period of years.
There is no requirement or expectation that one or
more awards shall be made in any given year.
OUTSTANDING INSTITUTIONAL SUPPORT AWARD
The Southeast Decision Sciences Outstanding Institutional Support Award (OISA) may be presented to an academic institution, or unit of an academic institution, that has a documented history of support to the SE DSI over a period of years.
There is no requirement that an institution is nominated or that recognition be bestowed on any institution in any given year.
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