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        David Paradice

        ProfessorHarbert Eminent ScholarDepartment of Systems and Technology
        Deans and Administration

        Areas of Expertise

        Business Analytics Knowledge Management and Business Intelligence Problem Formulation Database Development and Management Project Management

        Education

        • PhD, Business Administrationā€”Management Information Systems, Texas Tech University, 1986
        • MS, Industrial Management, Georgia Institute of Technology, 1979
        • BS, Information and Computer Science, Georgia Institute of Technology, 1978

        Professional Activities

        David Paradice is the Harbert Eminent Scholar in Information Systems and Analytics at the Harbert College of Business. He has published over 50 articles and book chapters on the use of information systems in support of managerial problem formulation and has served on over 50 doctoral dissertation committees.

        Prior to joining Auburn University, Paradice was on the faculties at Florida State University and Texas A&M University. He has been a department chair, senior associate dean, center director, and teaching award winner. He has also served on several corporate advisory boards and worked as a consultant.

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