- Assistant Professor
- Paul H. Chook Department of Information Systems and Statistics
- (646) 312-3383
Shadi Shuraida is an Assistant Professor of Computer Information Systems at the Zicklin School of Business, Baruch College. He completed his Ph.D. in Information Technologies from HEC Montreal. His main research interests focus on the implementation and impact of information systems. He teaches introductory CIS courses for undergraduate business students, and core courses at the masters level.
Titah, R., Shuraida, S., & Rekik, Y. “Integration Breach: Investigating the Effect of Internal and External Information Sharing and Coordination on Firm Profit,” International Journal of Production Economics, 181, November 2016, pp. 34-47.
Shuraida, S. & Barki, H. “The Influence of Analyst Communication in IS Projects,” Journal of the AIS, 14(9), September 2013, pp. 482-520.
Paré, G., Bourdeau, S., Marsan, J., Nach, H., & Shuraida, S. “Re-examining the Causal Structure of Information Technology Impact Research,” European Journal of Information Systems, 17 (4), August 2008, pp. 403-416.
2015 – 2016: Recipient of the Eugene M. Lang Junior Faculty Research Fellowship
2013 – 2014: Recipient of PSC-CUNY 45 Research Award
2009: ICIS 2009 Doctoral Consortium Selection. Dissertation Proposal: Understanding the Roles and Learning Behaviors of Information System Analysts and their Influence on Information System Implementations.” Biosphere 2 facility, University of Arizona, Oracle, Arizona, December 11-14, 2009