Nancy Deng, Ph.D.
Department: Information Systems and Operations Management
Office: (310) 243-2679
Cell: (571) 216-5480
Contact Preference: Email and Cell
Areas of Expertise
Digital Technologies, Human Value, Information Systems (IS) Design, IS Workforce and Knowledge Management
Xuefei (Nancy) Deng is an Associate Professor of Information Systems. Her research focuses on digital technologies, human value, IS design, IS workforce and knowledge management.
Deng’s projects have focused on such topics as “What Motivates First-generation College Students to Consider an IT Career? An Integrative Perspective,” “Barriers to e-Learning During Crisis: A Capital Theory Perspective on Academic Adversity,” and “User Characteristics, Social Media Use, and Fatigue During the Coronavirus Pandemic: A Stressor–Strain–Outcome Framework.” Her work has been published in top IS and management journals and presented in international conferences.
In 2022, she was selected as the co-Editor-in-Chief of The DATABASE for Advances in Information Systems, a peer-reviewed journal published by Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) to promote best-practice and research in the management of information systems and technologies in management commerce.
M.S. and Ph.D., Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh
M.B.A., American University, Washington, D. C.
B.A. and M.A., Sun Yat-sen University, Guangzhou, China
Research talks at Tsinghua University and Renmin Univerity of China, Beijing, China
Related News Stories
Nancy Deng on Information, Communication Tech, and Human-Centered Design, CSUDH Campus News Center, 2017
Microtask Crowdsourcing Can Both Empower and Marginalize Workers, LSE, 2016