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Dr. Raymond Matthew Germonprez
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Matt Germonprez received his Ph.D. from the University of Colorado at Boulder in 2002. He started at UNO in 2011 after professing 10 years at Case Western Reserve University and the University of Wisconsin - Eau Claire. His teaching and research interests revolve around open source software.
Open Source Software
Science of Science
Introduction to Information Systems
Research and Creative Interests
Open Source Projects
Open Online Project Health
Open Data Management
Matt Germonprez is currently the president of SIGOPEN, an AIS community dedicated to the advancement of scientific inquiry of open communities. Matt is also a dedicated member of university, college, and departmental communities.
Ph D - Information Systems
University of Colorado - Boulder (Boulder, CO) 2002
MS - Information Systems
Colorado State University (Fort Collins, CO) 1997
BS - Biology
Iowa State University (Ames, IA) 1993
Rutgers University, School of Business, Camden Annual Research Award (Scholarship/Research) 2017
Mutual of Omaha Associate Professor of IS (Scholarship/Research) 2013
AIS Paper of the Year (Scholarship/Research) 2011
JAIS Best Paper (Scholarship/Research) 2011
THCI Reviewer of the Year - 2011 (Service, Community) 2011
Top 100 Information Systems Researcher: 2007-2009 (Scholarship/Research) 2009
Carnegie CASE Professor of the Year UWEC Nominee (Teaching) 2009
University of Wisconsin - Eau Claire Teaching Excellence (Top University Award) (Teaching) 2008
Case Western Reserve University Undergraduate Teaching Excellence Award (Teaching) 2005
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