- Lubar Hall N397
- Lecturer, Information Technology Management
PhD, Technology Management, Eastern Michigan University
MS, Science and Information System, Eastern Michigan University
BS, Computer Science and Information Technology, Jordan University of Science and Technology
Areas of Expertise
Dr. Khasawneh has taught a range of classes at different levels: Undergraduate, Master, and PhD, on topics such as: Social Media Management for Businesses, Project and Risk Management - Undergraduate level, and Introduction to Technology Management, Science and Technology of Leadership, and Research in Technology – Graduate level.
Currently, Dr. Khasawneh teaches Introduction to Information Technology Management and Visual Basic Development. Dr. Khasawneh research focus is on the impact of Technophobia on users’ acceptance and adoption to technology. In addition, Dr. Khasawneh has qualitative research on Women Inventors at the 1893 Columbia’s World Fair.
Dr. Khasawneh’s work has been presented in national and international conferences. In addition, his work has been published in a variety of journals such as: Computers in Human Interaction, Technology in Society, International Journal of Technology and Human Interaction, Journal of Knowledge Management, Economics and Information Technology, and the Journal of Business Studies Quarterly. Dr. Khaswneh has two copyrighted Searchable Database for American Women Inventors By: State and Invention.