The online UW Master of Science in Information Technology Management faculty is one of the program’s greatest strengths. You won’t find another IT management program—online or otherwise—that brings such diverse expertise together in one place. That’s because the MS in IT Management program is a collaboration between UW Extended Campus and five University of Wisconsin campuses: UW–La Crosse, UW–Oshkosh, UW–Parkside, UW–Stevens Point, and UW–Superior. All courses in this online program are developed and taught by University of Wisconsin faculty—the same faculty who teach our on-campus courses.
Meet the Faculty
Michael Eierman, PhD | UW–Oshkosh
Michael Eierman is professor of Information Systems at UW–Oshkosh.
Dr. Eierman’s current research areas are information systems education and small-to-medium business IT strategy and application.
He completed his PhD in Business Administration—Management Information Systems at the University of Minnesota.
Adam Fornal, MBA | UW–Parkside
Adam Fornal is a lecturer at UW–Parkside.
Mr. Fornal has more than 20 years of experience working in the information technology industry and is also a lecturer at the Wisconsin Technical College System.
He received both his both his MBA and BS degrees from UW–Parkside.
Don Heath, PhD | UW–Oshkosh
Don Health is an assistant professor of Information Systems at the University of Wisconsin–Oshkosh.
Dr. Heath’s research has appeared in journals such as MIS Quarterly Executive, the Journal of Information Technology Education: Research and the Journal of Information, Communications and Ethics in Society. He has presented his work at premier national and international conferences on information systems and serves as a referee for a number of journals. Dr. Heath is president of the Association for Information Systems Special Interest Group on Ontology Driven Intelligent Systems (SIGODIS). His current research concerns organizational strategies to motivate directed action on social media and the value of mobile technology as a vocational tool for differently-abled workers. He serves as a consultant to industry in a variety of settings.
Dr. Heath completed his PhD in Information Systems at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro.
Elizabeth Humrickhouse, MLIS, M.Ed | UW–La Crosse
Elizabeth Humrickhouse is an assistant professor at UW–La Crosse.
Professor Humrickhouse specializes in information literacy pedagogy, adult learners, online learning, and censorship & intellectual freedom.
She received an M.Ed in Assessment & Instructional Design from the University of Alaska and an MLIS in Teaching & Learning from the School of Library & Information Science at Dominican University.
Tim Krause, PhD | UW–Stevens Point
Tim Krause is a professor in the Department of Computing and New Media Technologies at UW–Stevens Point. He serves as Academic Director for our Applied Computing degree.
Dr. Krause has 20 years of industry and consulting experience, particularly in the areas of project management and user experience (UX). His research interests include public-private partnerships with industry, UX, and usability. He has published a number of papers on the same topics in a variety of journals and edited collections. Dr. Krause has been teaching the department’s capstone course every semester for the past fifteen years.
Dr. Krause received his PhD from Purdue University, MA degree from St. Cloud State University, and BS degree from St. John’s University.
Amber Leibundgut-Peterson, MLIS | UW–La Crosse
Amber Leibundgu-Peterson, MA, is an assistant professor at UW–La Crosse.
Professor Leibundgu-Peterson specializes in web design and physical space uses/improvements.
She received her MA in Library and Information Studies from UW–Madison and a BS in Sociology and English from UW–La Crosse.
Shaun Lynch, PhD | UW–Superior
Shaun Lynch is a professor and department chair at UW–Superior.
Dr. Lynch teaches classes in information technology and systems. He focuses on how to integrate business, project management, and engineering perspectives to provide a broad foundation for analyzing, designing, and trouble-shooting systems that integrate people, information, and technology. His specialties include curriculum design and implementation, pedagodics, project management, and systems development.
Dr. Lynch earned his PhD in Engineering, an MBA, and a BS in Engineering Physics, all from North Dakota State University.
John Muraski, DBA | UW–Oshkosh
John Michael Muraski is an assistant professor of Information Systems in the College of Business at UW–Oshkosh.
Dr. Muraski’s research is motivated by his desire to pursue purposeful, engaged, value-added research contributing to practitioners, organizations, academics, and theory. He is currently exploring ways to grow the supply of information systems students through actively innovating his Essentials of Information Systems course. This course won an honorable mention in the 2015 Innovation in Business Education Awards of the Midwest Business Deans’ Association. He also received the 2014 Online Outstanding MBA Consortium Faculty of the year award. He serves as a reviewer for the Communications of the AIS and the Project Management Journal, and as the Secretary for the Association for Information Systems SIG on Education (SIGEd).
Dr. Muraski earned his DBA from UW–Whitewater, MS in Information Systems from UW–Oshkosh, MBA from UW–Whitewater, and BA in Political Science from UW–Green Bay.
Michael Patton, MBA | UW–Oshkosh
Michael Patton is a lecturer in the Information Systems Department within the College of Business at U W–Oshkosh.
He has held leadership positions in Information Systems for organizations of varied size and industry for over 20 years.
He earned his MBA and MSIS from UW–Oshkosh and his BA in Political Science from the University of Iowa.
Jesus Ubaldo Quevedo-Torrero, PhD | UW–Parkside
Jesus Ubaldo Quevedo-Torrero is an Associate Professor and Chair of the Computer Science Department at UW-Parkside. Dr. Quevedo teaches computer programming, databases, math, and artificial intelligence courses.
Dr. Quevedo received a PhD in computer science from the University of Houston, a master’s degree in computer science from the State University of New York at Binghampton, a master’s degree in educational administration from the University of St. Thomas in Houston, and a bachelor’s of science in computer engineering from the Universidad Autonoma de Guadalajara in Mexico.
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