Salvatore T. March
David K. Wilson Professor of Management
Subject Area(s): Information Technology, Strategy and Business Economics
Professor Salvatore T. March joined the faculty of the Owen School in 2000 after more than two decades at the Carlson School of Management at the University of Minnesota, where he was honored as Graduate Teacher of the Year (1989-90) and received the Outstanding Graduate Teacher Award (1992-93).
March teaches courses on Data Management and Business Intelligence, Accounting Information Systems, Game Theory, and Data Mining. His primary research interests are in the areas of Information System Development, Design Science, Conceptual Modeling and Database Design. His research in these areas has appeared in journals such as ACM Computing Surveys, ACM Transactions on Database Systems, Communications of the ACM, IEEE Transactions on Knowledge and Data Engineering,The Journal of MIS, Information Systems, Information Systems Research and MIS Quarterly. He has served as the Editor-in-Chief for ACM Computing Surveys, an Associate Editor for MIS Quarterly and Senior Editor for Information Systems Research. He is currently an Associate Editor for Information Systems Frontiers and Journal of Database Management.
Actively engaged in the Information Technology community, Professor March has been involved in organizing and program committees for numerous conferences including the International Conference on Conceptual Modeling (Entity-Relationship Conference), ACM SIGMOD Conference, IEEE Data Engineering Conference, the Workshop on Information Technologies and Systems (WITS), and the International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS). He is currently a member of the Steering Committee for WITS and the Executive Committee for the International Conference on Information Systems.
B.S., Industrial Engineering and Operations Research, Cornell University, 1972
M.S., Operations Research, Cornell University, 1975
Ph.D., Operations Research, Cornell University, 1978
System Development, Design Science, Conceptual Modeling and Database Design