Profiles in "Decision Making" Expertise Area

  • Johnston’s research focuses on policy informatics, the study of how computational and communication technology is leveraged to specifically understand and address complex public policy and administration problems.
  • Armendt is a philosopher who works on rational decision making and the epistemology of rational belief. He also works on causality, and on patterns of social interaction among individuals.
  • Emeritus Professor, curriculum developer, professional speaker, Organizational Development leader, and agent for positive change
  • John Fowler is the Motorola Professor of Supply Chain Management in the W.P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University. He served as the department chair of supply chain management from 2011-2016.
  • Erzhena is a UX designer with experience leading both agile software team and design teams. Her focus is on transforming unnecessary complexity in sciences and technology into accessible and user-friendly experiences.
  • Robert St. Louis teaches classes on information management, and conducts research in the areas of document search, management control systems, and evidence-based decision making.
  • Dixie Gammage 232A
  • Lou’s primary areas of expertise include intelligent transportation systems, connected and autonomous vehicles, and transportation systems modeling and optimization.
  • Michael Garverick has extensive work experience, initially as a financial analyst and consultant at Mellon Bank, and for the past 15+ years as a business owner. He teaches cost and managerial accounting courses at ASU.