Dr. Minh Huynh

mhuynhTitle: Associate Professor

Location: Garrett 099C

Phone: 985/549-3949

Email: Minh.Huynh@southeastern.edu

Degrees: 

Ph.D. in MIS

BS in Computer Science

BA in Physics

Brief bio:

Minh Q. Huynh is an Associate Professor at Southeastern Louisiana University. He received his Ph.D. from State University of New York at Binghamton, and his B.S. in Computer Sciences from University of Maryland University College. His teaching interests are in the areas of Digital Marketing, Web design, Introduction to MIS. Research interests include software development using open source, web database implementation, web apps, technology supported Online Learning, IT for small businesses. His publications appear in journals such as the Journal of Information Technology Education: Innovations in Practice (JITE:IIP), the Communications of ACM, Journal of AIS, Communications of AIS, European Journal of IS, Journal of Electronic Commerce in Organizations, Journal of Information Systems Education, Business Studies Journal.  He currently serves as Editor for Journal of Information Technology Education: Innovations in Practice and Journal of Information Technology Education: Research.

 

Accomplishments/Awards/Honors: 

2013 B. Owen Sweatt Medal Recipient, College of Business

Selected publications: 

Huynh, M., & Ghimire. P. (2017). Browser app approach: Can it be an answer to the challenges in cross-platform app development? Journal of Information Technology Education: Innovations in Practice, 16, 47-68. Retrieved from http://www.informingscience.org/Publications/3667

Le, H., Rowe, F., Truex, D., and Huynh, M.  (2012)  “An empirical Study of Determinants of E-commerce Adoption in SMEs in Vietnam an economy in transition,”  Journal Global Information Management, 20(3),  July-Sep 2012.

 

Umesh, U.N., Jessup, L., and Huynh, M.  “Getting Ideas to Market: Current Issues faced by Technology Entrepreneurs”, Communications of the ACM,  50 (10), October 2007.

 

Klein, H.K. and Huynh, M.  “The Critical Social Theory of Jurgen Habermas and Its Implications for IS Research,” contributing book chapter. in J. Mingers and L. Willcocks (Eds.) Social Theory and Philosophy for Information Systems, 2004.

Huynh, M., Valacich, J., Umesh, U.  "E-learning as an Emerging Entrepreneurial Enterprise in Universities and Firms,"  Communications of the AIS, Volume 12, July 2003, pp. 48-68.