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Steve Hunt, Professor of Information Systems
Program/Dept: Information Systems
Degrees, Licensures and Certifications: Ed.D, Business Management Education - Support Area: Information Management, University of Georgia; Post Graduate Studies, AACSB Institute on Information Systems, University of Baltimore
Research Interests: Validation of Information Technology Curricula by MIS Faculty and IT Professionals, Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Trends and Issues, Web Collaboration Tools as Technology Enablers in a Knowledge-Based Economy, Perceptions of Senior-Level Healthcare Executives Regarding Healthcare Management Curricula, Incorporating Ethics into the B-School Curricula, Health Informatics as an Elective in the IS Curricula
BioDr. Hunt teaches in the School of Business Administration in the areas of desktop computing, management information systems and healthcare systems management, both at the undergraduate and graduate levels. He participated in the President’s Leadership Academy in 2010 and has recently completed a faculty internship arrangement in Healthcare Management. Recently, he has also served as the Greg Palmer Business Professor.
Prior to coming to MSU, Hunt was employed at Tennessee State University in the College of Business with a dual appointment at both the college and the Center of Excellence in Information Systems, Engineering, & Management. Hunt has also taught in the College of Business at Western Kentucky University at the undergraduate and graduate levels.
During his tenure at MSU, he has received the Outstanding Research Award, the Outstanding Teaching Award, as well as the Sustained Faculty Excellence Award in the College of Business & Public Affairs. Hunt's current research interests include innovation and change management, big data and the Internet of things, identification and validation of critical learning outcomes for entry-level non-clinical healthcare administration personnel, teaching strategies for integrating ethics into the business school curricula, health informatics and emerging technological trends in healthcare.