Ranjit Bose, Ph.D.
Regents' Professor, Anderson Schools of Management, University of New Mexico
UNM Faculty Standing Committees
- Senate Graduate Committee. August 2001 to December 2002
- Bachelor of University Studies (BUS) Faculty Advisory Committee. August 1991 to June 1996.
- Community Education Committee. August 1991 to June 1995
Academic Journal Referee
- Information Systems Journal
- IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management
- Decision Support Systems
- Journal of International Technology and Information Management
- Journal of Computer Information Systems
- Industrial Management & Data Systems
- Journal of Electronic Commerce in Organization
- National Science Foundation
Division of Information, Robotics and Intelligent Systems
Program on Knowledge and Database Systems
- Decision Sciences Institute (DSI) Annual Conference Proceedings
- Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS) Proceedings
- Workshop on Information Technology and Systems (WITS) Proceedings
- Session Chair, INFORMS (formerly ORSA/TIMS Joint) National Conference
- Session Chair, DSI Annual Conference
- Session Chair, IEEE/ACM International Conference on Developing & Managing Intelligent Systems Projects
- Member of ASM Curriculum & Programs Committee, 1996-1998.
- Member of ASM Learning Outcomes Assessment Committee, 1998-2000.
- BBA/MBA MIS Concentration Adviser and Course Waiver Coordinator, Marketing, Information, and Decision Sciences (MIDS) Department, August, 1997-2002.
- CS 150 Waiver Coordinator, Anderson Schools of Management, 1996-2002.
- Faculty Advisor for the University of New Mexico team at the EDS Challenge 1993—Intercollegiate Business Case Competition, sponsored by EDS, hosted by the University of North Texas.
- Chair, MIS faculty search committee, 2001.
- Member of several other Faculty search committees.
- MIS Concentration Advisor for Anderson Schools of Management's MBA and BBA students.
- Leadership in the undergraduate and graduate MIS curriculum redesign.
- Active participation in the Leaders for Manufacturing program proposal/design.
- Member of the Southwest Institute of Information Systems (SWIIS)
Served as the faculty advisor to the MIS concentration student groups in their capstone courses (MGT 461 and MGT 538), and liaison between them and local businesses for guiding the student groups in developing and delivering free of cost information systems solutions based on these local businesses' needs. Some of the local businesses for whom systems were developed are as follows:
- Lovelace Medical Center
- Sandia National Laboratories
- Honeywell Defense Avionics
- UNM Hospital
- Anderson Schools of Management—Administrative Accounting
- UNM College of Nursing
- UNM College of Education
- US Airforce Field Command, Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA)—Albuquerque
- Intel Corporation, Rio Rancho
- UNM Health Sciences Center
- KEYSTONE International, Inc.
- The United States District Court of New Mexico
- Presbyterian Healthcare Services
- New Mexico Community Development Loan Fund (NMCDLF)
Taught systems analysis and design refresher course to the systems analysts and programmers of the Albuquerque Presbyterian Hospital Information Systems Department and Health Plus Information Services, Summer, 1992.
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