Summer: By appointment
Christopher B. Califf is an Assistant Professor of Management Information Systems in the Department of Decision Sciences. Chris holds a PhD in Business Administration with a concentration in MIS from Washington State University.
Chris joined Western in the fall of 2015. Chris currently teaches courses on the principles of MIS (managing the transition into the digital age), telecommunications, and data analytics and visualization. In the past, Chris has taught courses on business intelligence and analytics, systems analysis and design, and e-commerce.
Chris’ research currently focuses on a number of topics including technology-induced stress (technostress), healthcare IT, qualitative research methodologies, IT in developing economies, and cloud computing. His research has been presented in several countries. His research has been published in Management Information Systems Quarterly Executive, Computer Networks, the Journal of Information Technology, and AIS Transactions on Human-Computer Interaction (forthcoming), as well as in several notable conference proceedings such as the International Conference on Information Systems, Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, and the Americas Conference on Information Systems.
Chris has also served as an associate editor for a special issue of JAIS, and has reviewed for several high-quality research journals including MIS Quarterly, the Journal of the Association of Information Systems, Decision Sciences, Information Systems Journal, and Communications of the AIS.