- Assistant Professor
- Paul H. Chook Department of Information Systems and Statistics
- (646) 312-3382
Shuting (Ada) Wang, PhD is an Assistant Professor of Information Systems in the Paul H. Chook Department of Information Systems and Statistics at Baruch College’s Zicklin School of Business. She received her PhD in Management Information Systems from Temple University. Her research focuses on the potential risks of social media on businesses and society. Prior to earning her PhD, Ada worked as a management trainee in JD.com, the second largest e-commerce company in China, and interned with a variety of companies, such as General Electric, Cummins, and SAP. She currently consults for several companies, including Belle International (the largest shoe retailer in China) and Xiang Dao (a startup company offering e-learning programs on social media platforms). Her research has been mentioned by NPR, Campaign US, Technical.ly, BizPhilly, and Philly Voice. Ada also holds a Bachelor’s degree in logistics management and a Master’s degree in Operations Management.
Wang, S.A., Pang, M.S. and Pavlou, P.A. “Seeing Is Believing? How Including a Video in Fake News Influences User Reporting of the Fake News to Social Media Platforms.” MIS Quarterly (Forthcoming)
Wang, S.A., Pang, M.S. and Pavlou, P.A. “Cure or poison? Identity verification and the posting of fake news on social media.” Journal of Management Information Systems (Forthcoming)
Wang, S.A., Greenwood, B.N., and Pavlou, P.A. “Tempting Fate: Social Media Posts by Firms, Customer Purchases, and the Loss of Followers,” MIS Quarterly (2020).
Eugene M. Lang Junior Faculty Research Fellowship Award (2021)
Best Student Paper Award Nomination, Conference of Information Systems and Technology (CIST). (2017)
Presidential Fellowship for Excellence in Academics, Temple University. (2014)
Presidential Fellowship for Excellence in Academics, Temple University. (2018)