Bilquis Ferdousi

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Associate Professor

Information Security and Applied Computing

206E Roosevelt

734.487.9533

[email protected]

Education

  • Ph.D., Information Systems, Nova Southeastern University, Florida
  • MS, Information Systems, the University of Texas at Arlington, Texas

Professional Summary

  • Associate Professor, September 2018 - present
  • Assistant Professor, September 2015 - August 2018

Interests and Expertise

  • Cloud Computing
  • Social Engineering in Cyber Security
  • Human Computer Interaction
  • Digital Technology in Learning
  • Acceptance of Technology
  • Gender Gaps in STEM

Courses Taught

  • IA103 Information Security Overview
  • IA110 Concepts of Network and Business Technology
  • IA213 Privacy and Technology
  • IA240 Intelligence Analysis I
  • IA329W Policy Development in Information Assurance
  • IA425 Cybercrime Investigations
  • IA427 Digital Forensic I
  • IA651 Enterprise Incidence Response
  • IA681 Advance Intrusion Detection
  • TS505 Introduction to Technology and Society

Selected Publications

  • Ferdousi, B. (2017). Effective integration of advanced mobile technology for course delivery in Information Technology programs.Technology Interface International Journal, 18(1), 29-35.
  • Ferdousi, B. (2017). Gender gaps in undergraduate computer technology programs: Develop a theoretical research framework. International Journal of Arts and Sciences (IJAS), 10(1), 129-136.
  • Ferdousi, B. (2017). Factors affect students’ adoption of digital technology in learning process. Proceedings of the 2017 Association of Technology, Management, and Applied Engineering (ATMAE) Conference, OH, 190-194.
  • Ferdousi, B. (2016). Addressing student retention and persistence issue in online classes. Proceedings of the 2016 American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE) North Central Section Conference, MI, 1-7.
  • Ferdousi, B. & Bari, J. (2015). Infusing mobile technology into undergraduate courses for effective learning. Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences, 176, 307–311.
  • Ferdousi, B. & Levy, Y. (2010). Development and validation of a model to investigate the impact of individual factors on instructors’ intention to use e-learning systems. Interdisciplinary Journal of E-Learning and Learning Objects, 6(1), 1-21.
  • Ferdousi, B. (2009). Determinants of Information Technology acceptance: A review of technology acceptance model. Proceedings of the Fifth Annual South Carolina Upstate Research Symposium-2009, SC, 48-51.