Professor Ming Wang teaches in the Department of Information Systems at California State University, Los Angele. She received her Ph. D. from Southern Illinois University in 1993 and taught previously in the Department of Computer Science at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University. She currently serves as IS Curriculum Committee Chair and SAP Faculty Coordinator at Cal State LA.
She received Excellence in Teaching Award and Innovative Teaching Award from CBE of Cal State LA. She was also awarded numerous grants including NSF “Service-Oriented Paradigm across Introductory Information Technology Curricula” grant, Online Teaching Grant and Research, Scholarship, and Creativity Grant.
She received certified Oracle, SAP, CISCO, CMMI, TSP, Software Testing, Information Assurance and HIT trainings as well as Instructor Certification of SAP ERP/SIM Games and NSF Information Assurance Capacity Building Certification from Carnegie Mellon University. Her industrial experiences include being Software Engineer in Boeing at NASA Kennedy Space Center and System Instructor at Iowa Health Systems.
She has published over 30 articles in refereed journals including e-Service Journal, Information Systems Management journals, and Journal of Information Systems Education and more than a dozen of articles in the international conference proceedings as well as six book chapters. She currently serves as the Editorial Review Board Member of Journal of Electronic Commerce in Organizations (JECO) as well as reviewers of numerous textbooks and referred journals. She made more than twenty professional presentations including keynote speech in the international conferences, research seminars and technical workshops. She also received a number of distinguished research awards from CSC, AITP and IABPAD organizations. Her current research interests are in e-business, supply chain management, ERP, e-commerce globalization, agent technology, and healthcare applications: EHR and EMR.