Queen BookerPage address: http://cob.mnsu.edu/college/people/QueenBooker.html
Queen Booker, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Management
Ph.D., Operations Management/MIS, University of Mississippi, Oxford, MS, 1998
M.B.A., Finance, University of Pennsylvania, Wharton, Philadelphia, PA, 1993
B.A., Computer Science, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, 1986
- Production and Service Operations Management
- Quantitative Methods
- Info Tech Project Mgmt (undergraduate)
- Introduction to MIS (undergraduate)
- Principles of Management
- Productn and Operations Managment (undergraduate)
Recent Intellectual Contributions:
- Rebman, C. & Booker, Q. (2010). USING A STRATEGIC DECISION SUPPORT SYSTEM MODEL TO IMPROVE COURT APPOINTED COUNSEL ASSIGNMENTS. Journal of E-Government.
- Booker, Q., Kitchens, F. L. , & Rebman, C. (2009). The Impact of Security Training for Undergraduate Students: Attitudinal Changes. Issues in Information Systems, 10 (1).
- Booker, Q. E. (2009). A Student Program Prototype. Issues in Information Systems, 10 (1).
- Booker, Q. (2009). Automating Word of Mouth to Recommend Classes to Students: An Application of Social Information Filtering. Journal of College Teaching and Learning, 6 (3).
- Rebman, C., Rebman, K., & Booker, Q. (2009). Developing a Volunteer Network Using a CRM Application. Journal of Global Management Research.
- Booker, Q. (2009). Improving Identity Resolution in Criminal Justice Data: An Application of NORA and SUDA. Journal of Information Assurance and Security.
- Booker, Q. E., Kitchens, F., & Rebman, C. (2008). Examining The Use of Competitive Intelligence in Staffing Municipal Police Departments: An Exploratory Study. Issues in Information Systems, 9 (2), 530-537.