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					                            ANIL K. AGGARWAL
                                   Fulbright Scholar
                         Lockheed Martin Research Professor
                         Robert G. Merrick School of Business
                              University of Baltimore, USA


Academic Experience

      1999 — Present Professor, Information Systems, University of Baltimore
      1988 - 1999 Associate Professor, Information Systems, University of Baltimore
      1982 - 1988 Assistant Professor, Information Systems, University of Baltimore
      1983 summer Visiting Assistant Professor, University of Houston

Other Work Experience

      1975-1982      Teaching/Research Assistant, University of Houston
      1972 -1973     Research Assistant, Southern Illinois University
      1971 -1972     Construction Engineer, Khandelwal Construction Company, India.


      Fulbright Scholar, 2003. This was a grant the State Department to assist a premier
       university, JNU, in starting an e-learning program. It also included assistance with
       curriculum issues.
      Lockheed Martin Research Professor.
      Inaugural Speech at the "Use of Electronic Media in Science Teaching" week long
       seminar at JNU-UNESCO Conference, 2003
      Education & Information Technology, Editorial (Leader Page article), The Hindu
       (leading Indian newspaper), 2004.

    At the UofB, I have taught at both at the graduate and the undergraduate level. I
    have been involved in redesigning MIS curriculum, courses and technical
    workshops. I have met AACSB guidelines for incorporating modern technologies
    into my teaching by using: VBASIC, ORACLE, RDB, IFPS, GPSS and Excelerator,
    as well as Word Processors, Spreadsheets and BASIC. I have also included
    international and ethical components in my courses and have also met the AACSB
       guidelines for stressing communications and other professional skills by simulating
       real life examples in the courses. I have been using web in all my courses and am
       actively teaching in the webMBA program at UB.

       A partial list of courses
           Introduction to MIS (G, UG, web)
           Database Management Systems (G, UG, web)
           Information Systems Applications (G) Decision Support Systems (G)
              Information Systems Project (UG) Visual Basic (UG)
           Advance Visual Basic (UG)
           C++(UG)
           COBOL (UG)
           Modeling and Simulation (G)

       I have guided numerous independent studies throughout my career at UB Facilitated

       sessions at the GDSS lab in the ISRC


       2003 Web Based Education: Learning from Experience", Idea Group Publishing.
       2000 Web-Based Learning and Teaching Technologies: Opportunities and
        Challenges, Idea Group Publishing.
       1982 An Investigation of the Efficiencies of Foreign Exchange Markets: The
        Martingale Process, the Interest Rate Parity and the Unbiased Estimator
       1972 Remodeling of the Existing Airport at Santa Cruz, Bombay.


Refereed Articles:

       Aggarwal A., & V. Adlakha (2006). "Quality Management Applied to Web-Based
        Courses". Total Quality Management & Business Excellence, Jan 2006, Vol. 17,
        No. 1, pp 1-19.
       Aggarwal A., & Legon, R (2006). "Web-Based Education Diffusion. International
        Journal of Web-Based Learning and Teaching Technologies", Jan/March, 2006, pp
       Aggarwal, A.; Adlakha, V., Mersha, T., "Continuous Improvement Process in
        Web-Based Education at a Public University", eService, 4(2), 2006.
      Aggarwal, A. K.; Turoff, M.; Legon, R.; Hackbath, G. & Fowler, D.
       "Asynchronous Learning: Emerging issiues for the 21st Century", International
       Journal of Web-Based Learning and Teaching Technologies, 2006.
      Stakeholders in Web-Based Education (WBE), Encyclopedia of Distance
       Learning, Ed Howard Caroline, Boettcher, Justice, 1. & Schenk, K. Idea Group
      A Guide to eCourse Management: Stakeholder's perspective, Chapter in Web-
       Based Education: Learning from Experiences, Idea Group Pub, 2003.
      e-Learning Support Systems, Chapter in Web-Based Education: Learning from
       Experiences, Idea Group Pub, 2003.
      Web-Based Education (with Dr. R. Bento), Chapter in Web-Based Instructional
       Learning, by Mehdi Khosrowpour, Idea Group Pub, 2002 (reprint).
      Web-Based Education (with Dr. R. Bento), Chapter in Web-Based Learning and
       Teaching Technologies: Opportunities and Challenges", Idea Group Pub., 2000.
      DSS Model Usage in Public and Private Sectors: Differences and Implications"
       (with Dr. Mirani), Journal of EUC, 1999.
      Personal Computing - Encyclopedia of Electrical and Electronic Engineering (with
       Dr. Mirani), 1998.
      "A heuristic Solution Procedure for Multicommodity Integer Flows", (with
       Vemuganti and Oblak) Computer and Operations, vol 22, no. 10, 1995.
      "Model Based Decision Support Systems for Scheduling Lumber Drying
       Operations" (With Vemuganti and Fetner), Production and Operations Management,
      "Simulation as a DSS Modeling Technique," Information & Management, vol. 19,
       1990, pp 295-305.
      "Networks Models for Fleet Management," Decision Sciences, (with Vemuganti and
       Oblak), 1989.
      "An Agency Information System for the Insurance Industry," (with A. Kahn and D.
       Stevenson), Journal of System Management, 1988, Vol.39, No.9, pp 14-19.
      "Database in the Graduate MIS Curriculum," Journal of Education for Business,
       (with A.B. Kahn), 1988, Vol.64, No.1, pp 35-39.
      "Tests for the Mutual Consistency of Foreign Exchange Rate Pricing Theories," (with
       McFarland, Pettit, Rzepczynski and Wyatt), Journal of Business-Manhattan
       College, 1986.
      "Analysis of Investment and Production Strategies for a Petroleum Reservoir", (with
       McFarland, Parks and Lasdon), Oil and Gas Supply Modeling, by U.S. Department of
       Commerce/National Bureau of Standard Washington D.C., 1980.

Refereed Proceedings:
    Webcasting: A New way of Learning?, The College Teaching & Learning (TLC)
      Conference Applied Business Research (ABR) Conference, 2007.
    Course-Embedded Assessment of IT Competency: A Case Study, International
      IRMA Conference, Washington, DC, 2006.
   Assessing Problem Solving Skills in a Database Course, National DSI, 2006
   Success Factors for e-Learning, GITMA, 2005.
   A Model for Quality Web Courses, SWDSI, 2005.
   A Model for training in eGovernment, IBIMA, 2004.
   A Comparison of Web-Based Education (WBE) and Traditional Education: A
    Case Study, NEDSI, 2004.
   Efficiency in eGovemanace, governance Conference, Delhi, India, December 2003
   Institutionalizing Web Based Education: A Case Study, HICSS-36, Hawaii, 2003,
    Nominated for best paper award
   Virtual Science Centers: A New Genre in Web-Based Promotion of Science
    Education (With Hin and Subramaniam), HICSS-36, Hawaii, 2003.
   Intemetalization and Globalization of Information System Education, NEDSI,
    Puerto Rico, 2002
   Database Course in the Next Century, San Francisco, 2001
   Taxonomy of Decision Support Systems, Informing Science, Cracow, Poland,
    2001 Web Program Administration (with Dan Gerlowski), Slovakia, 2001
   e-education: A Case Study (with Dan Gerlowski), ISECON, October, 2000 e-Mail
   "Teaching Ethics to MIS Students", NEDSI, March 1999
   "Electronic Commerce: Strategies and Methods", ICOQM, India, January 1999.
   "Issues in E-Commerce", SEINFORMS, Myrtle Beach, October 1998.
   "Information Technology, Globalization, and Third World Countries", National
    DSI, 1997
   "Information technology, globalization - an Indian perspective", ICOQM, India,
   "Data generation using group support system decision room Log: A Case study",
    NEDSI, 1996
   "Policy Implications for Organizational Decision Support Systems" (with R.
    Mirani), proceedings HICSS, 1996.
   "Database Course Revisited", proceedings SETIMS, 1995.
   "Differences in the Use of DSS models between Public and Private Sectors", (with
    R. Mirani), Proceedings, NEDSI, 1995 (nominated for best paper award)
   "Macro Issues in the Development of Organizational Decision Support Systems"
    (with R. Mirani), proceedings HICSS, 1995.
   "Issues in Enterprise-Wide data Modeling", (with B. Rollier), IACIS, 1994.
   "Globalization and the IS Curriculum", proceedings ISECON, 1994.
   "Managing Query Response Time: Regression Approach", National DSI, Miami
    Beach, 1991
   "Response Time Prediction for Data Base Queries," NE Decision Sciences
    Institute, Pittsburgh, April, 1991.
   "A Comparison of Data, knowledge and model based systems," Association of
    Management, Atlantic City, August 1991.
      "A Decision Support System for Sequential Bidding System", Transactions on
       Decision Support Systems, Boston, 1990.
      "Simulation-Based Decision Support System", SCS Western MultiConference,
       San Diego, 1990.
      "Information System for Strategic Decisions", SETIMS, Myrtle Beach, 1989.
      "What-If Analysis Using Simulation: A DSS Perspective", SCS Western
       MultiConference, San Diego, 1989.
      "Computerized bidding systems, IAIM, Boston, 1989.
      "A Strategic Inventory Information System for a Controlled Industry,"
       International Academy of Information Management, Pittsburgh, December, 1987.
      "A Survey of Business Usage of Decision Support System Software", National
       DSI, Boston, 1987.
      Case Comparison of Micro Data Base Software," SETIMS, Myrtle Beach,
       October, 1987.
      "Adopting Productivity Measurement Criteria to A Nation's Context", DSI, Las
       Vegas, 1985.

Other Referred/non-refereed Articles:

      Education & Information Technology, Editorial (Leader Page article), The Hindu
       (leading newspaper), 2004
      "Intemetalization of End-Users", JEUC, 2002
      "Work Force of the Next Century: Virtual Employees", Information Management,
       vol 15, spring 2002.
      "Data Mining: Digging for Values", Information and Management, 1999
      "E-mail Management", Information and Management, 1998
      "End User Training- Revisited", Joumal of End User Computing, 1998
      "Marketing on the net", Information and Management, 1997
      "Internet and Electronic Commerce", Information and Management, 1996
      "Internet and End User Computing", Journal of End User Computing, 1996
      "End User Computing Revisited", Journal of End User Computing, 1995
      "Trends in End User Computing: Professional's Perspective", Journal of End-user
       Computing, vol 6, no. 3, 1994.
      "Cross-Cultural Research: EUC Perspective", Journal of End-User Computing,
       Vol. 5, No. 2, Spring 1993.
      "Decision Support Systems: A tool for Top Management", Business Review,
       University of Baltimore, 1989.
      "Fourth Generation Software Training: A Decision Making Approach", Interface-
       The Computer Education Quarterly, Fall 1987.

      WBE: Current and Future Issues, invited seminar at IIIT-Bangalore, 2003.
      An Introduction to WBE, invited seminar at Fulbright USEFI, Delhi, India 2003.
      Digital Divide and WBE, invited seminar at IIT Bombay, 2003.
      Several additional seminars/panels on WBE at JNU, India, 2003.
      Teaching Ethics, Hoffberger's Lunch seminar.

Invited Panels:

      Panel: Integrating Ethics into on-line Curriculum, DSI, 2004.
      Panel: Web-Based Education: Diffusion And Issues --The Next Stage, at AMCIS,
      WBE: Current and Future Issues, invited seminar at IIIT-Bangalore, 2003.
      An Introduction to WBE, invited seminar at Fulbright USEFI, Delhi, India 2003.
      Digital Divide and WBE, invited seminar at IIT Bombay, 2003.
      The Next Phase Of Web-Based Education, IRMA, 2002, Seattle, USA.
      Web-Based Education: Learning From Experience, Nat DSI, San Francisco, 2001.
      Web-Based Education: Changing The Equilibrium?, IRMA 2001, Toronto,
      Web-Based Education (WBE) Diffusion Across Traditional Disciplines And
       Global Boundaries – Panel, ECIS 2001, Bled, Slovenia, 2001
      Web-Based Education Diffusion: Is it Real? , National DSI, Orlando 2000
      "Technology Diffusion in Public Sector" - IRMA, May 1999
      "Critical Issues in Web-Based Teaching' - AIS Conference, August 1998
      "Web-based teaching: A Myth or Reality"- IRMA, May 1998.
      "Differences Due to national Origin" - DSI, New faculty Development
       Consortium, 1997
      "Current and Future Directions in ODSS" - IRMA, 1996
      "Issues in ODSS" - IRMA panel, 1995.
      "Challenges and Triumphs of Teaching Ethics": - Hoff Berger Center for Ethics,
       UB, 1993
      "Information Technology and Curriculum: An International Perspective" - IAIM,
      "Internationalization of IS curriculum", IRMA, May 23-25, 1992.
      "End user Computing", annual IRMA meeting, 1990. "Computer Access across
       Curriculum", UB seminar,1987.

Work In Progress:

Web-Based Education: Issues --The Next Stage (with Hackbarth (Iowa State), Legon
(UB), Turoff (NJIT), Salvatore (Italy), under submission.
Digital Divide and e-Learning: A Case Study (with Vogel (Hong Kong), Ramamurthy
(India) and Fowler (UB).


      Analyzed Processes and developed strategic plan for improving operations at
       USEFI, India, 2004.
      A Strategic plan for WBE at JNU, December 2004.
      Worked with colleagues to develop IT plan for the State of Maryland's Department
       of Transportation (MDOT) (ISRC Grant) 1998-1999.
      Worked with colleagues to develop IT plan for the State of Maryland's Department
       of Health and Mental Hygiene (DHMH) (ISRC Grant) 1998-1999.
      Worked with ISRC on the year 2000 (Y2K) problem for the State of Maryland
       (ISRC Grant) 1999-2000.
      Worked on a grant from Baltimore City's Human Resources and Computer Services
       Department (VBASIC training).
      Some work on a grant from the City of Baltimore's Department of Social services
       (Data Base Consulting).
      Assisted an international import/export business in developing an organization wide
       information/decision support system (unpaid).
      Assisted a subsidiary of Proctor & Gamble with customer analysis and information
       processing (unpaid).

Research Related:
    Tiger Team Award (with Dr. Fowler), 2002-2003.
    Hoffberger Ethics Teaching Award, 1999.

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