|Name:||Dr. Craig Fisher|
|Title:||Professor Emeritus, Information Systems.
|Office Location:||Hancock Center 3023|
|Personal Web Page:||http://foxweb.marist.edu/users/craig.fisher|
B.S. SUNY at Oswego
Craig enjoyed a 20 year career at IBM where he advanced through various Information Systems positions. Craig has developed and implemented large database systems and related applications. Craig has served as fourth level manager of a computer center with over 200 employees. He also became IBM's World Wide IS Audit Manager and traveled to Japan, Germany, France, Scotland, England, and throughout the United States.
Most recently Craig received the 2014 Outstanding Achievement Award in Data and Information Quality from the International Association for Information and Data Quality. Please see http://prlog.org/12381005
Information and Technology impacts on Organizations; Data and Information Quality; and for hobbies: Chess, Basketball, and the outdoors.
|Awards & Honors:||
IAIDQ 2014 Outstanding Achievement Award in Information and Data Quality
2011 named Professopr Emeritus
2006 Board of Trustees' Faculty Award for Distinguished Teaching, Marist College.
Faculty Recognition Award 2004-2005 for Distinguished Scholarship and Service, Marist College.
Distinguished Dissertation Award, 1999-2000, University at Albany, NY.
"Introduction to Information Quality" available in December 2011 at WWW.Authorhouse.com or via email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Fisher, Craig W., Lauria, Eitel, Chengalur-Smith, Shobha and Wang, Richard.
Fisher, Craig November 2010. Discussion, Participation and Feedback in Online Courses. Proceedings of the Information Systems Educators Conference (ISECON) Nashville, TN.
His research interests are primarily in Organizations, Data, and Information Quality.
Craig was a Program co-Chair for the MIT 2002 Information Quality Conference and was President of the 2003 MIT International Conference on Information Quality. Craig was on the Board of Directors for the International Conference on Information Quality held at MIT for 8 years.