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Jane Fedorowicz

Jane Fedorowicz, the Chester B. Slade Professor of Accounting and Information Systems, holds a joint appointment in the Accountancy Department and the Information and Process Management Department at Bentley. Professor Fedorowicz earned MS and PhD degrees in Systems Sciences from Carnegie Mellon University. She was principal investigator of a National Science Foundation project team studying design issues for police and government agency collaboration using public safety networks. She also served as principal investigator for the Bentley Invision Project, an international research team housed at Bentley College examining interorganizational information sharing and the coordination infrastructures supporting these relationships in supply chain, government, and health care. Professor Fedorowicz has published more than 100 articles in refereed journals and conference proceedings, and is a past recipient of the Bentley Scholar of the Year designation. She has served in a governance capacity for a number of professional associations, including the Association for Information Systems (AIS), the American Accounting Association (AAA) and the Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences (INFORMS). She is a past President of the international academic professional society, the Association for Information Systems and will co-chair their International Conference on Information Systems in 2019 which will be held in Munich, Germany. The Association for Information Systems recognized her contributions to the Information Systems field by naming her an AIS Fellow and a member of the College of Senior Scholars, and in 2018, bestowing their most prestigious lifetime achievement recognition, the LEO Award. Bentley University awarded her the Mee Family Prize in 2016 in recognition of her lifetime scholarly achievements.


Leveraging Technology for Refugee Integration: How Can We Help? (2016)
Published on: August 12, 2020
The question of how ICT can be deployed for refugees’ integration is difficult one to answer. This panel looked at how the knowledge accumulated by the IS community can be leveraged to design targeted technological solutions to tackle this crisis and avoid the potential risks associated with it.
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Leveraging Technology for Refugee Integration: How Can We Help?
Published on: December 22, 2016
With a challenge of integrating refugees into hosting societies comes the question about the role that ICTs could play in the ongoing integration efforts. Indeed, unprecedented reliance of refugees on technology, especially smartphones, is an important distinction of the current refugees’ crisis.
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