Raquel Benbunan-Fich is an Associate Professor of Information Systems at the Zicklin School of Business.
She is available to comment on:
—Multi-tasking using information technology devices (i.e. phone, computers)
— User behavior including connectivity and use of mobile devices and apps
—Social computing applications, such as social bookmarking and collaborative tagging systems
—Usability evaluation of web-based systems and e-commerce
—Virtual teams, virtual collaboration and virtual learning environments
In 2011, Professor Benbunan-Fich received the Sidney Lirtzman Award for outstanding research, teaching and service at Baruch Zicklin School of Business. Her work has led to published book chapters and articles in academic publications, including ACM Transactions on Human-Computer Interaction, Communications of the ACM, Information and Organization, International Journal of Electronic Commerce, and Journal of Strategic Information Systems.
Professor Benbunan-Fich also serves as associate editor of the European Journal of Information Systems, and is a member of the Editorial Board of the Academy of Management Learning and Education. Previously, she was associate editor of various tracks at the International Conference on Information Systems.
Professor Benbunan-Fich earned a BS in Computer Engineering from the Universidad Simon Bolivar, Venezuela; an MBA from the IESA Institute of Graduate Studies in Business Administration, Venezuela; and a PhD in Management Information Systems from Rutgers University, New Jersey.
Also fluent in: Spanish
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