About Kittipong Laosethakul
Before joining SHU in 2005, Kittipong had taught a variety of MIS courses including System Analysis and Design, Electronic Commerce, Introduction to Management Information Systems, and programming courses at Auburn University. His primary teaching at SHU includes Dynamics of Information Technology and Computer-based Business Problem Solving.
Dr. Kittipong's research interest covers electronic commerce subjects and information system issues within organization. He is currently working on several research areas including critical success factors for e-commerce in developing countries, cross-cultural gender-stereotyping of computing, and information-system-related ethical issues in education. He also presents his research annually at the American Conference on Information Systems (AMCIS) and the national Decision Sciences Institute conference (DSI).
He is Chair of the Rank and Tenure Committee for the year 2016/2017.
|2005 ‐ Present||Associate Professor Management Information Systems, Sacred Heart University ‐ Jack Welch College of Business|
Honors and Awards
- Faculty Award for Global Engagement, 2015-2016
|2005||Ph.D. Management Information Systems, Auburn University|
|1998||M.S. Management of Technology, University of Alabama, Huntsville|
|1995||B.S. Mathematics, Chulalongkorn University|
Management Information Systems
Martire Center W315
Jack Welch College of Business
Book Chapter (1)
Information Systems and Health Care-I: Trust, Uncertainty, and Online Prescription ...
Communications of the Association for Information Systems (2005)
Online prescription filling possesses great market potential; however, consumers' perception of uncertainty tends to impede their adoption of online prescription ...