Dr. Faisal Abdullah

Chair/Professor, Management Information Systems

Information Security, Information Technology, Management Information Systems, Computer Forensics

B.Com., University of Bombay, 1997
M.B.A., Hawaii Pacific University, 2001
D.Sc., Robert Morris University, 2005


“Social Networking Websites and Instant Messaging on campus: Challenges and Solutions for network optimization.” Proposal submitted for a panel discussion at the 2008 Annual MBAA International Conference in Chicago. “Mitigating the effects of bandwidth killing social networking websites through an effective network usage policy for students.” “Recommendations for the selection and efficient use of electronic communication tools for knowledge transfer in agile offshore software development environments,” co-authored with Dr. Charles Woratschek and Dr. Jeanne Baugh, IRMA 2005. Paper was presented at the Annual Conference of the International Resources Management Association (IRMA), Managing Modern Organizations with Information Technology. San Diego, California, May 15. Presentations: Led a panel discussion with Dr. Rami Khasawneh at the MBAA Annual International Conference, Chicago, March 24, 2010. “Current economy situation in the USA and how the challenges in economy growth are affecting people and businesses”, Dubai Women’s College (DWC), March 2, 2010.


  • Grant from GenCyber Summer Camp, National Security Administration