Jane Fedorowicz, Chester B. Slade Professor of Accounting and Information systems, holds a joint appointment in the Accountancy and Information & Process Management departments at Bentley University, where she teaches courses on enterprise system configuration, business processes, and internal controls. She is principal investigator of a National Science Foundation project team studying design issues for police and government agency collaboration using public safety networks. She also served as principal investigator for the Bentley Invision Project, an international research team housed at Bentley examining interorganizational information-sharing and the coordination infrastructures supporting these relationships in supply chains, government, and health care. Her interdisciplinary research supports a sociotechnical perspective on organizational collaboration in both the public and private sectors. The Association for Information Systems recognized her contributions to the Information Systems field by naming her an AIS Fellow in 2006.
Dr. Fedorowicz has published over 125 articles in refereed journals and conference proceedings, and coauthored a textbook entitled “Business Processes and Information Technology.” She has served in a governance capacity for a number of professional associations, including the Association for Information Systems (AIS), the American Accounting Association (AAA) and the Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences (INFORMS). Professor Fedorowicz currently serves as President of the international professional organization, the Association for Information Systems.
Dr. Fedorowicz earned MS and PhD degrees in Systems Sciences from The Tepper School at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.