Information Systems and Operations Management Articles: page 4

Warrington professor gives TEDx talk on how online school ratings accelerate segregation in America

Matherly Professor of Information Systems Anuj Kumar shares surprising data from a recent research study that shows how segregation in the U.S. has been impacted by the availability of online school ratings and challenges us to look beyond the internet for

Male hand is browsing an online shop on digital tablet which is selling shoes.

When a website tells you what to buy, does it work?

How e-retailers leverage product recommendations to increase sales By Anuj Kumar, Matherly Professor of Information Systems Influencing consumer decisions is a priority for retailers, and in this quickly growing digital age it’s becoming more important to understand how and where

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Brick and mortar “showrooms”? How stores can survive in the digital age

By Anuj Kumar, Mathery Professor of Information Systems, and Amit Mehra, Associate Professor of Information Systems, Jindal School of Management, University of Texas – Dallas Popular stores such as Macy’s, Old Navy, Gap, Kohl’s, and American Apparel have closed hundreds

Warrington faculty member Anuj Kumar sitting in his office by a bookshelf holding up a magnifying class that reflects the courtyard outside of his office.

Research Roundup: Innovative ideas from Warrington in 2018-2019

Over the 2018-2019 academic year, Warrington College of Business faculty members reminded us why they’re some of the best in the world. From producing hundreds of new research papers, to teaching countless students the fundamentals of business, to writing or

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Information Systems and Operations Management professor’s research on how wealthy families use school ratings to self-segregate featured among most popular stories

Matherly Professor Dr. Anuj Kumar’s research highlighted in a recent story, Power is knowledge: New study finds that wealthy, educated families are using school ratings to self-segregate, by The 74Million was among the top most read stories on the education

The constriction site with mounds of dirt and construction equipment will be the home of the new Amazon delivery station

Florida’s St. Lucie County braces for ‘Amazon effect,’ but is that a good thing?

Commercial Circle in St. Lucie County, just west of Fort Pierce, Florida, will soon be home to a new Amazon delivery station. While the e-commerce giant says the warehouse will create 200-300 jobs in the area, Dr. Anuj Kumar, Matherly

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‘Do You Support Busing?’ Is Not the Best Question

“In the short time since Kamala Harris and Joe Biden tangled over the history of busing in the first Democratic primary debate, the question has awkwardly shifted to the present,” writes The New York Times. “That is not the right

Nelly Wilson

My journey as a Business Gator

By Nelly Wilson, BSBA ’17, MS-ISOM ’19 I arrived as a freshman at the University of Florida in the fall of 2015, enrolled in the Warrington College of Business and excited to craft the next chapter of my life. My

Benny Cooper and Avinash Geda

Management and Information Systems & Operations Management PhD students honored with teaching awards

GAINESVILLE, Fla. – Ph.D. students Avinash Geda and Benny Cooper were awarded Warrington College of Business Ph.D. Teaching Awards for the spring 2018 and fall 2018 semesters, respectively. The award is presented by the Teaching & Learning Center at Warrington

Sandy Liu in front of the Gator Ubiquity Statue

Master of International Business student receives UF Graduate Student Mentoring Award

GAINESVILLE, Fla. – Sandy Liu (BSBA Information Systems and Operations Management ’18, MIB ’19) was one of six recipients of the University of Florida Graduate Student Mentoring Award presented at UF’s Graduate Student Research Day this week. The Graduate Student