Dr Grandon Gill has a D.B.A (Management of Information Systems) from Harvard Business School. He is the academic director of the Doctor of Business Administration program at the University of South Florida. His research interests are in the fields of Informing Science, the case method and studying the informing patterns that can be instilled by programs that address the gap between academic research and practice. He has published more than 50 journal articles and has written numerous books and book chapters. He has lectured courses in, amongst others, the case method, management of information systems, databases, programming languages, expert systems and data structures.
Topic of keynote presentation:
Blending IT Research and Teaching to Create a More Locally Relevant Curriculum.