|Dr. David Ang is a Professor of Information Systems in the College of Business, where he teaches courses in Decision Support Systems and Information Systems. His research and academic interests are primarily in areas pertaining to the strategic dimensions of Decisions Support Systems and Information Systems Management -- in particular, Managing Industrial Systems and Information Technology, Decision Support Systems, Enterprise Resource Management, and Business Analytics. His professional interests led him to a job in the manufacturing and servicing industry, where he was a research engineer and decision support systems engineer, and a software developer before joining AUM. Ang has published more than 70 refereed journal articles and conference proceedings articles in his research and academic interest areas. He has been an active member of MIS, DSI, INFORMS, and POM. He has been very active in chairing and organizing academic conferences. Also, he has been very active with campus governance. He served on many campus and college of Business committees such as the Faculty Senate and University Scholarship Committee, chairing the University Teaching Effectiveness Committee, University Academic Standard Committee, and College of Business AACSB Self-Study Accreditation Committees.