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David Eccles School of Business
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Michael King is an assistant professor in the David Eccles School of Business at the University of Utah. He has 20+ years of technical and managerial experience as a systems and network engineer. Education - Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, Kenan-Flagler School of Business Administration, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill - Masters of Business Administration, Bryan School of Business Administration and Economics, The University of North Carolina at Greensboro - Masters of Science in Management of Information Technology, McIntire School of Commerce, The University of Virginia - Ph. D., Business Information Technologies and Decision Science, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University. Project: Dissertation Title: Ensemble Learning Techniques for Structured and Unstructured Data Under the direction of Dr. Cliff T. Ragsdale and Dr. Alan S. Abrahams Honors & Awards - Business academic honor society. Beta Gamma Sigma Honor Society, 04/2015 - Graduate student honor society. Phi Kappa Phi National Honor Society , 04/2013 - Monetary award for teaching and research achievements. R. B. Pamplin Doctoral Fellowship, 07/2012 - Monetary award for teaching and research achievements. R. B. Pamplin Doctoral Fellowship, 07/2011 Research Interests - Data mining techniques and applications - Information technology implementation valuation and assessment - Resilience measurements for information technology infrastructure - Service science quality assessment models - Social network analysis and applications Teaching Interests - Business data networking - Spreadsheet modeling and quantitative methods - Information systems - Data mining - Business analytics - Decision support technologies Publications - King, Michael A., Abrahams, Alan S., Ragsdale, Cliff T. “Ensemble Learning Methods for Pay-Per-Click Campaign Management.” Expert Systems with Applications, Volume 41, Issue 4, Part 1: 1176-1188, June 2016. - King, Michael A., Abrahams, Alan S., Ragsdale, Cliff T. “Ensemble Methods for Advanced Skier Days Prediction.” Expert Systems with Applications, Volume 41, Issue 4, Part 1, March 2014. - King, Michael A., Arnette, Andrew N. “Integrating Geographic Information Systems Into Business School Curriculums: An Initial Example.” The Decision Science Institute Journal of Innovative Education, The Decision Science Institute, 9(3), 2011. - King, Michael A. “A Realistic Data Warehouse Project: An Integration of Microsoft Access® and Microsoft Excel® Advanced Features and Skills.” Journal of Information Technology Education, The Informing Science Institute, Vol. 8, 2009 - King, Michael A. “The Implementation of DSpace at the Intercontinental Hotels Group: A Knowledge Management Project Success.” Journal of Cases on Information Technology, The Idea Group, 10(2), 2008. Affiliations - The Data Warehouse Institute - Association of Information Systems - Decision Science Institute - INFORMS - The Disaster Risk Management Center at Virginia Tech - North American Case Research Association Professional Certifications - INFORMS Certified Analytics Professional® - Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer - Microsoft Certified Systems Administrator: Messaging - Computing Technology Industry Association A+ - Computing Technology Industry Association Network + - Novell NetWare Certified Engineer

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