The Gordon B. Davis Symposium
The Future of the Information Systems Academic Discipline: Opportunities and Directions
Management Information Systems Research Center
Carlson School of Management, University of Minnesota
Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA
May 13-14, 2005
The symposium includes keynote addresses by Frank Land and Richard Mason, six panel discussions and seven invited papers addressing research, publishing, and teaching, and reviewed paper sessions that examine and explore the future of the information systems academic discipline. We invite and encourage you to join us in these discussions with many of the leaders of the IS field. The final program for the symposium is now posted here. A list of current registrants is also available.
Papers to be delivered at the symposium are available (to registrants only). If you have registered, but have not received an email with access details, contact the MISRC.
A dinner cruise on the sternwheeler Harriet Bishop is scheduled Friday evening. Participants will be able to interact with fellow academics along the picturesque Mississippi River.
Spring in Minnesota is a bit later than much of the rest of the USA. Temperatures in May range from an average high of 70F to an average low of 50F. By mid-May spring is in full swing. It is a wonderful time to visit the North Star State!