David M. Weber

Lecturer of Information Systems

David M. Weber

928-523-2789

Room number: 305

david.weber@nau.edu

Professional Website HERE


Educational Background

PhD, Information Systems, Arizona State University, 2012
MBA, Xavier University, 2005
BA, Business Administration (Economics minor), Taylor University, 2003

Courses Taught

  • CIS 120 (NAU): Introduction to Computer Information Systems
  • CIS 220 (NAU): Programming Principles
  • CIS 105 (ASU): Computer Applications and Information Technology
  • CIS 220 (ASU): Programming Concepts for Accounting Majors
  • CIS 235 (ASU): Introduction to Information Systems
  • CIS 360 (ASU): Business Database Concepts

Employment History

Lecturer of Computer Information Systems, Northern Arizona University, 2014 to present
Knowledge Manager and Business Consultant, NightLight International, Bangkok, Thailand, 2012 to 2014
Graduate Teaching Assistant, Arizona State University, 2008 to 2012
Database and Information Systems Consultant, NightLight International, Bangkok, Thailand, 2008
Finance and IT Contractor, L3 Communications, Cincinnati, OH, 2007 to 2008
Accounts Manager, Woodstock School, Mussoorie, India, 2006 to 2007
Program Finance Manager, Nova Engineering, Cincinnati, OH, 2002 to 2006

Dissertation

The Impact of Information and Communication Technology on Intermediation, Outreach, and Decision Rights in the Microfinance Industry, 2012

Research Interests

ICT and development
Digital divide
International information systems
Economics of information systems
Microfinance

Service

Program Leader for W. P. Carey School of Business Summer Study Program in Prague, Czech Republic, 2010 to 2012
Ad hoc reviewer for the Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, 2012
Kiva Fellowship (KF16 class) at VisionFund Cambodia and Kredit Microfinance in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, 2011
Ad hoc reviewer for the European Conference on Information Systems (ECIS), 2011
Editorial Assistant for Journal of Information Systems (JIS), 2010 to 2011
Ad hoc reviewer for Electronic Commerce and Research Applications (ECRA), 2008 to 2010

Personal Interests

Music (guitar, piano, vocals), sports (Ultimate Frisbee, basketball, tennis, racquetball), photography and media, computing and technology, travel, hiking, volunteering