Professor Kaimei Zheng

Kaimei Zheng

Lecturer in Information Systems,
Director, of Information Management

Telephone: 413-545-5627


Office: Isenberg 333




In the early stages of the dot com boom, drawing on her extensive IT
experience, Professor Zheng in 1998 developed the graduate course "Internet
Commerce" for professional MBA students, and then in 1999, by integrating
IBM commerce software, and collaborating with local companies, she designed
two "Internet Business Design" courses. She also taught "Internet Marketing"
and "Business Information Systems."

Before joining the School of Management, Professor Zheng was an MIS manager
for a mid-size service organization for eight years, where she implemented
several enterprise resource planning systems, and built IT infrastructures
and an MIS department.

Professor Zheng is an IBM certified e-Business Solution Advisor, and an IBM
certified  WebSphere Commerce Suite Implementation specialist. Working with
IBM, she has been the major facilitator in bringing IBM scholarships and
grants to the Isenberg School of Management for the last ten years.   She
has an MBA degree with a major in Information Management from the University
of Massachusetts.

Based on her extensive interviews and research, Professor Zheng published in
Chinese the book ¡°Wars in American Soldiers¡¯ Eyes: WWII, Korea, and
Vietnam¡± in 2008, in which she brings previous enemy perspectives to
Chinese readers. She has also published articles about Ernest Hemingway's
China trip in 1941.