Specialties: Problem Formulation, Group Creativity, Systems Maintenance, Reengineering, Program Development
Ph.D., University of Minnesota
Professor of Information Systems
IS Department Chairperson; Director, MSIS
Sage 2440, (920) 424-0183
Dr. Eierman earned his B.B.A. and his M.S. from the University of Wisconsin Madison. His research focuses on problem formulation, group creativity, reengineering, systems maintenance and program development. Prior to coming to the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh, Dr. Eierman was a Program/Analyst at the University of Wisconsin Medical Evaluation Program
Eierman, M.E., Dishaw, Mark, "The Process of Software Maintenance: A Comparison of Object Oriented and Third Generation Development Languages" for publication in Software Maintenance and Evolution, 2007.
Eierman, M.E., Hungerford, Bruce, "Modeling Tool Impact on Defect Identification in IS Design", for publication in Mid-American Journal of Business, 2007.
Eierman, M.E., Hungerford, Bruce, "The Communication Effectiveness of System Models Using the UML vs Structured Techniques: A Field Experiment." Mid-American Journal of Business, 2005.