Minnie Yen

Professor
Information Systems and Decision Sciences
Professor Minnie Yen

Journal Articles

Minnie Yen, Dennis Drinka, and Yoshito Kanamori. Exploring and Evaluating E-Business Models: A Preliminary Study of A Community-based Website Communications of the International Information Management Association (2013)
Dennis Drinka and Minnie Yen. Controlling Curriculum Redesign with a Process Improvement Model Journal of Information System Education (2008)
Dennis Drinka, Kathleen Voge, and Minnie Yen. From principles to practice: Analyzing a student learning outcomes assessment system Journal of Cases on Information Technology (JCIT) (2005)
Dennis Drinka, Kathleen Voge, and Minnie Yen. From Principles to Practice: Analyzing a Student Learning Outcomes Assessment System Journal of Cases on Information Technology (2005)
Ramesh Subramanian and Minnie Yen. Framework for a geographic districting DSS using an intelligent object-oriented model Journal of Database Management (JDM) (1997)
Ramesh Subramanian and Minnie Yen. DESIGNING A GEOGRAPHIC DISTRICTING DECISION SUPPORT SYSTEM USING AN INTELLIGENT OBJECT-ORIENTED MODEL Managing Information and Communications in a Changing Global Environment (1995)
Minnie Yen and Richard Scamell. A human factors experimental comparison of SQL and QBE Software Engineering, IEEE Transactions on (1993)
Richard Maschmeyer, Minnie Yen, and Ji-Liang Yang. ENTREPRENEURIAL ANOMALIES WITHIN CHINA’S STATE ENTERPRISES Journal of Enterprising Culture (1993)

Books

Yoshito Kanamori and Minnie Yen. Cloud Computing Security and Risk Management Cloud Computing Service and Deployment Models: Layers and Management (2013)

Awards

2012 Adviser Nominee of the Year CBPP, UAA
2010 Teacher of the Year College of Business and Public Policy
2008 Faculty mini-grant winner The Center for Community Engagement & Learning
2008 Garth N. Jones Faculty Writing Award College of Business and Public Policy
2006 The First Gala Award Winner of Outstanding Community Service The Buidge Builder of Anchorage
2002 Faculty mini-grant winner of Community-bawed curriculum Development The Center for Community Engagement & Learning
2000 Organizational Leardership Award Information Resources Management Association (IRMA)