Dr. William Neumann

Professor of Practice, Eller College of Management and Faculty Senator

Dr. William Neumann is a Professor of Practice in the Management Information Systems Department in the Eller College of Management at the University of Arizona.  Dr. Neumann's work addresses the strategic planning, implementation and integration of value chain management systems, and information security risk management, and considers how to use technologies and secure and data communication infrastructure to provide innovative solutions for enhancing the effectiveness of a corporation's business operations. Along with his curricular work with applied technology, Dr. Neumann explores the innovative use of technology for active and inclusive learning environments across multiple learning modalities.

Dr. Neumann received his M.S. and Ph.D. degrees from Arizona State University in Computer Science, and his B.S. degree from Memphis State University in Mathematical Sciences.  Dr. Neumann is a Life Member of the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM), a Senior Member of the Institute for Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE), and a member of Association for Information Systems (AIS).  Dr. Neumann currently serves as the faculty advisor for the Eller College of Management’s American Indigenous Business Leaders (AIBL) Chapter, and the Director of Professional Programs and Honors College Faculty Liaison in the Management Information Systems Department.  In addition, Dr. Neumann’s University service include representing the Eller College of Management on the Faculty Senate, the University-Wide General Education Committee (UWGEC), and serving as a member of  Faculty Senate Career-Track Faculty Needs Committee, and also chairing the state-wide CS/CIS Articulation Task Force (ATF).