Fuller B19
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BS Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) 1989
MBA Cornell University 1991
PhD Bentley University 2013

Prior to entering academia, I worked as Chief Technologist, Director of Information Systems, and Director of Technical Operations at various corporations in the information systems and software field. For the past 20 years teaching in university courses, I have aimed to impart this industry experience in my software engineering and databases courses by incorporating real life projects, examples, and whenever possible, collaborations with business organizations such as Brigham & Women's Hospital, the US Treasury, Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center and Massachusetts General Hospital. It is always exciting for me to see students come up with creative software features that take their applications to the next level!

Scholarly Work

Wong, W., Pepe, J., & Englander, I. (2017). Raising the Bar: Challenging Students in a Capstone Project Course With an Android and Mobile Web Parallel Development Team Project. Information Systems Education Journal.
Wong, W., & Englander, I. (2016). A Situational Leadership Approach to Managing Larger-Sized Student Teams Working on Web Application Projects. Paper presented at the 2016 Proceedings of the Information Systems Educators Conference, Pittsburgh, PA.
Wong, W., Pepe, J. T., Stahl, J., Englander, I. S. (2013). "A Collaborative Capstone to Develop a Mobile Hospital Clinic Application Through a Student Team Competition." Information Systems Education Journal, 11(4), 39-50.
Scholten, P. A., Ortmeyer, D. L., Livingston, J. A., Wong, W. (2013). “A hedonic approach to testing for indirect network effects in the LCD television market.” Applied Economics Letters, 20(1), 76-79.