Stephane Collignon, Ph.D.
Management Information Systems
Teaching Assistant Professor
- Ph.D., Business Information and Technology (BIT), Virginia Tech Pamplin College of Business
- MBA, Duquesne University, 2001
- M.S., Entrepreneurship, Institut Commercial de Nancy, 2000
- B.A., Economics, Lycée Henri Poincaré, 1998
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Stephane Collignon, Ph.D. is a teaching assistant professor of management information systems at the West Virginia University College of Business Economics. Currently, he teaches undergraduate classes in management information systems and graduate classes within the business data analytics program.
Dr. Collignon’s two main current research interests are transportation procurement issues on e-marketplaces and privacy issues on social media. These topics are partially inspired from his experience in the industry where Dr. Collignon worked for seven years in logistics as an analyst and a project manager in two different French distribution companies.
Dr. Collignon is a member of the IFIP Working Group on Information Systems Security Research (WG8.11/11.13) and the Decision Science Institute. Dr. Collignon’s research has been published in Information & Management, Information Technology Management, and Expert Systems with Applications.