DONALDINE (Dolly) E. SAMSON
Adjunct Professor of Computer Science
Also Assistant President, International Programs at
Stamford International University
16 Motorway Rd, Prawet, Bangkok 10250
Mobile: +66 (0) 83 134 4472; email: email@example.com
Ph.D. George Mason University, Fairfax, VA, 1988 Information Technology
MBA University of Washington, Seattle, WA, 1976 Quantitative Methods
BS University of Washington, Seattle, WA, 1974 Mathematics
2008-present Lecturer, Faculty of Science and Technology, Acting Director, International MBA Program, and Asst. President for International Programs, Stamford International University, Bangkok, Thailand. Courses taught: Introduction to Information Systems, Machine Organization, Introduction to Computer Systems, Service-Oriented Architecture, Computer Programming I, II, and III, Database Management Systems, Operating Systems, Computer Applications in Business, Information Technology, E-Commerce (MBA), Management Information Systems (MBA)
2007 Technology Educator of the Year, Pacific Technology Foundation
2002-2008 Hawai’i Pacific University, Professor and Department Chair, Computer Science/Computer Information Systems Department. Courses taught: Data Communications, Operating Systems, and Management Information Systems, Corporate Information Systems, Hardware and Software, Java I and II, C++ I and II, Mobile Applications, C# Programming.
1989-2002 Weber State University, Ogden Utah, Professor and Department Chair, Department of Information Systems &Technologies. Courses taught: Management Information Systems, Expert Systems and Decision Support Systems, Systems Analysis and Design, Data Communications, C Programming, Java Programming, COBOL Programming, Operating Systems, Information Technology for Management (graduate), Global Issues in IT, IS&T Senior Seminar, Strategic Planning for IT (graduate), e-Business, Wireless Application Development, IT in the Enterprise (graduate).
1986-1987 Northern Virginia Community College, Manassas, Virginia, Information Systems Dept.
1979-1986 University of Washington, Seattle, Washington. Management Science Department
2008 - present eBook/eText adoption and integration, funded by Stamford International University
1996-1998 Project Manager, U.S. Japan Center - Softopia, Japan
1997 Electronic Publishing, ESPRIT, The Netherlands
1996 Visiting Scholar, Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands
1990, 1991 NASA Summer Faculty Fellow, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California
1988-1989 Project Manager, SONEX Enterprises, U.S. Army Research contract
1986-1988 Doctoral Research, funded by Virginia Center for Innovative Technology
2008 Web Advisor, Thailand Exposition & Convention Center, Hua Hin/Cha Am
2001-2007 Board of Directors, Mid-Pacific Data & Wireless (WLAN provider on Kauai)
1999-2002 Consultant, Rare & Dear (an Oracle consultancy)
1999 Logio (an internet startup, during a one-year sabbatical leave)
1978-1986 Database Administrator, University of Washington, Seattle, Washington
1976-1978 Lead Analyst, Sherwood & Roberts Real Estate, Seattle, Washington
1972-1973 Programmer, Logicon Corporation, San Pedro, California
Selected Publications and Presentations
"Object-oriented requirements definition: closing the disconnect," Proceedings IEEE Conference on Systems, Man and Cybernetics, pp. 217-221, October, 1988.
"A knowledge-based requirements system," Proceedings 27th ACM Annual Technical Symposium, Gaithersburg, MD, pp. 91-96, June, 1988.
Automated Assistance for Software Requirements Definition, Ph.D. Dissertation, George Mason University, Fairfax, VA, 1988.
"REQSPERT: Automated test planning from requirements," Proceedings 1st Conference on Systems Integration, April, 1990.
"Test planning from requirements: A classification approach," Information Systems Prototyping and Evaluation Quarterly Report, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Pasadena, CA, pp. 33-37, June 1990.
"Inserting critical thinking in the systems analysis curriculum," Proceedings 32nd Mountain Plains Conference, pp. 231-239, Ogden, Utah, October, 1990.
"Development of a requirements classification scheme for automated support of software development," Proceedings 1st ASIS/ SIG/CR Classification Research Workshop, pp. 149-153, Toronto, November 1990.
"Introducing administrative computing to an African university," The Software Practitioner, pp. 6; 23-25, May 1992.
"Working smarter with the Internet," Crosstalk, pp. 39-43, Jan 1993.
"Knowledge-based test planning," The Journal of Systems and Software, March 1993.
"Computer collaboration support for software process improvement," presented at the Software Technology Conference, Salt Lake City, Utah, April 1993.
"A mobile student computer lab," presented at Andrew Seybold's Mobile Computing Conference, Atlanta, October 1995.
"Barriers to Electronic Commerce," presented at Asahi University, Toyohashi, Japan, July 1996.
“Web-based Commerce: Options and Obstacles”, presented at the 6th International Forum on Technology Management, Amsterdam, October 1996.
“Consequences of the Internet for the printing industry,” invited speaker, Royal Printers’ Society, Netherlands, March 1997.
With Takashi Okuda, “International Internet-based Project Collaboration: A Case Study”, IPCC ’97, Salt Lake City, October, 1997.
“Future Directions in Electronic Commerce,” invited speaker, Electronic Commerce Symposium, Groningen, Netherlands, October, 1997.
“Finance on the Web,” invited speaker, Henley Management College, Henley-on-Thames, Oxfordshire, United Kingdom, January, 1998.
"Weber State University Online", Int'l. Forum on Technology Management, Grenoble, France, October, 1998.
"Twenty years with the Internet: Lessons Learned," New Horizons in Industry and Education Int'l. Conference, Santorini, Greece, September, 1999.
"Administrative Impact of Online Instruction," invited speaker, University of Napoli, Italy, December, 1999.
“Post-mortem of a Dot.Com Failure”, Int’l. Forum on Technology Management, Vienna, Austria, November, 2000.
“Classrooms without Faces: A Synchronous Online Teaching Experience,” New Horizons in Industry and Education Int’l. Conference, Milos, Greece, September 2001.
“Online Realtime Training with Hewlett Packard’s Virtual Classroom”, Int’l. Forum on Technology Management, Bangalore, India, November, 2001.
“Online Instruction with Hewlett-Packard’s Virtual Classroom: Fachhochschule Vorarlsberg, Dornbirn Austria (May 31, 2002) and Universite La Rochelle, La Rochelle, France, June 26, 2002.
“eText Revolution?,” WorldComp ’08 Congress, Las Vegas, USA, July 14-17, 2008.
"A Note on OneNote," Stamford Journal, December 2010 (forthcoming)
Programme Committee, New Horizons in Business and Education, Greece, August 2011.
External Examiner, Computer Science Program, Tunku Abdul Rahman College, Kuala Lumpur, 2008-2011.
Contributor to eBook Operating System Concepts with Java, Silberschatz et al (Wiley, 2008)
Visiting Professor, Management Information Systems, English-MBA program at National Economics University, Hanoi, 2006, 2007, 2010
Board of Directors, Hawaii Telecommunications Association, 2004-2007 (President 2005-2006)
Online Teaching Presentation, June 26, 2002, University La Rochelle, La Rochelle, France.
Online Teaching Presentation, May 31, 2002, Fachhochschule Vorarlsberg, Dornbirn, Austria.
Developed web sources for Information Technology for Management 3e, Turban, McLean, Wetherbe (Wiley, 2002)
Developed textbook case and web site for Information Technology for Management 4e, Turban, Rainer, Potter (Wiley, 2004)
Developed textbook web site and interactivities for Information 3e, Turban, McLean, Wetherbe (Wiley, 2005)
Board of Directors, Mid-Pacific Data & Wireless, 2001 - 2007
Member, Association for Computing Machinery, 1978 – 1999 and 2005-present
Member, IEEE Computer Society, 1986 - 1999
Founding Member, Women in Technology International, Northern Utah Chapter, 1995
Ogden/Weber Chamber of Commerce, 1990 – 2000
Kauai Chamber of Commerce, 2002-present
Past Chair, Ogden/Weber Chamber Women in Management Committee, 1996
Leadership Academy Executive Committee, 1993
USIA Consultant to University of Khartoum, Sudan, 1992
USIA Consultant to House of Parliament and University of Jordan, Jordan, 1993
USIA Consultant to Vytautas Magnus University, Lithuania, 1995
Staff , State of Utah booth, CeBIT Computer Exposition, Hannover, Germany, 1995
Board of Directors, Project Success, Ogden, 1992 - 1995
Ogden City Business Development Advisory Committee, 1994
Visiting scholar, Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands, 1996
Spirit of American Woman Community Award, 1996
Steering Committee, 1996 International Forum on Technology Management (Amsterdam)
Steering Committee, 1997 International Forum on Technology Management (Kyoto)
Steering Committee, 1998 International Forum on Technology Management (Grenoble)
Steering Committee, 2000 International Forum on Technology Management (Vienna)
Steering Committee, 2001 International Forum on Technology Management (Bangalore)
Steering Committee, 2003 International Forum on Technology Management (Shanghai)
Foreign Language: French (conversational)
Other Activities and Awards at Hawaii Pacific University
Frear Technology Center Steering Committee (2002-2007)
University Learning Resources Committee (co-chair 2004-2005)
CIS Program Review Chair (2002-2004)
Other Activities and Awards at Weber State University
Acting Dean, Goddard School of Business & Economics (November-December, 2001)
Search Committee, Dean of Continuing Education (2001-2002)
Hemingway Faculty Vitality Grant ($1750) to develop wireless applications course (2001)
Exemplary Collaboration Award (MBA Program), 2001
Century Institute Scholar, Weber State University (WSU), 1994-present
Department Chair, 1989 – 2000
Exemplary Collaboration Award (WSU Online), 1999
Member, Faculty Board of Review, 1997-1999
Hosted a visiting professor from Vietnam, 1997
Hosted two visiting professors from Germany, 1997
Hinckley Award recipient for outstanding Weber State University professor, 1997 (http://weber.edu/provost/recognition/hinckley/)
U. of Texas El Paso, Asian Business Tour, 1997
Hemingway Faculty Vitality Award (Entrepreneurship on the Internet), 1996
Exemplary Collaboration Award (Hybrid Electric Vehicle Project Team), 1996
Hosted a visiting professor from Australia, 1995
Hosted a visiting professor from Aichi University, Japan, 1994
Chair, WSU Information Technology Policy Committee, 1994-1995
Chair, WSU Strategic Planning Task Force for Information Technology, 1994-1995
Hemingway Faculty Vitality Award (Networking lab), 1993
NATO grant to host a visiting professor from Lithuania, 1993
NSF grant to develop a multimedia instructional lab, 1990
NSF grant to establish Weber State’s Internet connection, 1989
Hawaii Pacific University (using Blackboard and Sympodium):
CSCI 3401 Data Communications
CSCI 3601 Operating Systems
CSCI 3753 Java I
CSCI 3721 C#
CSCI 4921 Management Information Systems
MGMT 6050 Technology Management
Weber State University (using locally developed online infrastructure):
IS&T 3110, Information Technology for Business
IS&T 3530, Systems Analysis & Design
IS&T 3710 Global Issues in Information Technology
IS&T 4410, E-Business Technologies
IS&T 4710, Java Programming
IS&T 4720, Wireless Application Development
MBA 6310, Information Technology in the Enterprise