Assistant Professor, Department of Information Systems, Washington State University
Ph.D., University of Hawaii, 2002
M.S., Systems Management, University of Southern California, 1990
B.S., Business Administration, San
Diego State University, 1985
Enterprise Resource Planning Systems, Office Automation
Systems, Supply Chain Management Systems, Computer Applications Development,
Database Management Systems, Telecommunications, Statistics, Business
Intelligence, Primary Research, and Secondary Research Techniques.
Featherman, M., Miyazaki, A and Sprott, D. (2009). "Reducing Online Privacy Risk to Facilitate e-Service Adoption: The Influence of Perceived Ease of Use and Retailer Credibility," forthcoming at the Journal of Services Marketing.
Featherman, M.S., Valacich, J.S., Wells, J.D. (2006). "Is that authentic or artificial? Understanding consumer perceptions of risk in e-service encounters," Information Systems Journal, (16)2, 107-134 (lead article). (Journal is rated as a B+, with an acceptance rate of 12-15%)
Featherman, M., Pavlos, P. (2003). "Predicting E-Services Adoption: A Perceived Risk Facets Perspective", International Journal of Human Computer Studies, (59)4, 451-474. (Journal is rated as a B+). Scholar.google.com identifies that this paper has been cited in 35 other research articles (as of 6/2007).
Featherman, M., "Tourism database marketing and computerized referral systems: Opportunities for Improved Service Levels and Increased Profits", The Pacific Rim Journal of Small Business, University of Guam, Guam, May 1996.
Featherman, M., "A review of small business accounting software - for the nonaccountant", The Pacific Rim Journal of Small Business, University of Guam, Guam, May 1995.
Academic and Professional Activities:
May-June 2008, Faculty Directorfor the Businessin China study abroad program.
Successfully led 16 studentsencouraging their personalgrowth and ensuringtheir safe return. During this time,I also served as their professor for an Intro to Marketingcourse.
April 2008, organized, facilitated and chaperoned 9 students who attended a Visual
Studio\SQLServer 2008,rollout seminar in Spokane, Washington.
April 2007, 2008 - Served as presenter and faculty interviewer for Future Cougarsof Color
June 2007 Presented to Upward Bound students
August 2006 - January2007 - IS department representative on the college-wide UPPC April 2006, 2007,2008 - Participated in MIS alumni event at Safecofield, chaperoned >40 undergraduate studentsto on site presentations (Microsoft\Boeing, Deloitte\WAMU)
November 2005, organized, facilitated and chaperoned 10 students when they attendeda Visual Studio 2005, rolloutseminar in SpokaneWashington.
August 2005 - current- Washington AchieversScholars MentorProgram, Mentor (currently mentoringone Hispanic male - MIS major)
August 2005 - AttendedCONEXION, the welcoming receptionfor multi-cultural students.May 2005, 2006 - Participated in graduation activities for Chicano/a Latino/astudents. Winter 2004, 2005,2006, Spring 2005, 2007 - Represented the IS department and the CBE at the WSU graduation ceremonyand reception
October 2004 - Participated as faculty host for Homecoming Alumni BBQ Event
June 2004,2005, 2006 - Participated in an Alive!Summer Parent\Student Orientation
April 2004- Participated in the CBE Faculty Phone-A-Thon
Organized and facilitated SpokaneVisual Studio.NET trainingfor WSU professors (2003) Member and webmaster Chicano/a Latino/a Faculty &Staff Association
Mu Iota Sigma IS-department Professor of the Year (2005, 2006, 2007)
WSU CB Teaching Innovation Award (2003, 2004, 2005, 2006)
KPMG Doctoral Scholar and Fellowship Recipient (1997-2001)