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Technology mediated work interruption and work life balance

Date:2016-05-18    From:
Title:Technology mediated work interruption and work life balance
Speaker:junwen Chen (Ph.D., Assistant Professor at Colorado State University)
Time:May 24, 2016,  09:30-10:30am
Place:Floor 3, Room A, Building 25A.
 
 
Bio:
Junwen CHEN is an Assistant Professor of Information Systems at the College of Business, Colorado State University. Before joining Colorado State University, she was an Assistant Professor of Information Systems at Nanyang Technological University in Singapore. She received her Ph.D. in Management Information Systems from the University of Georgia, M.S. in Computing from National University of Singapore, and B.S. in Management Information Systems from Tianjin University. Her research interests are in technology-mediated interruptions in human computer interaction, the impact of information technology on users' work and personal life, and the role of information systems in environmental sustainability. Her research has appeared in MIS Quarterly, Information and Management, Journal of Strategic Information Systems, the IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management, and the AIS Transactions on Human-Computer Interaction. Her research has also been presented at conferences such as International Conference on Information Systems and Americas Conference on Information Systems.
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