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Dr. Xihui “Paul” Zhang is an Associate Professor of Computer Information Systems in the College of Business at the University of North Alabama (UNA) in Florence, AL. He received his B.S. and M.S. degrees in Earth Sciences from Nanjing University (1993, 1996), Nanjing, China, and his M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in Management Information Systems from the University of Memphis (2004, 2009), Memphis, TN. He serves as the coordinator for the Information Systems concentration in the MBA program for the UNA College of Business. He has served on the organizing committee for the International Research Workshop on Advances and Innovations in Software Testing since its inauguration in 2007. He has participated in numerous professional workshops including three SAP University Alliances North America Workshops: the 2011 winter workshop at Sam Houston State University, the 2011 summer workshop at California State University at Chico, and the 2014 summer workshop at the University of Wisconsin at Milwaukee. His research interests include the social and organizational aspects of Information Systems, software development and testing, as well as business intelligence and data warehousing. His work has been published in the Journal of Strategic Information Systems, Information & Management, Journal of Database Management, Journal of Organizational and End User Computing, Journal of Computer Information Systems, Journal of Information Systems Education, and Journal of Information Technology Management, among others. He was presented with the UNA Academic Affairs Outstanding Scholarship/Research Award for 2016-2017. He was also presented with the UNA College of Business Faculty Research Award for 2011-2012. He serves as the Managing Editor of The Data Base for Advances in Information Systems. He also serves on the editorial review board for several academic journals, including the Journal of Computer Information Systems, Journal of Information Systems Education, and Journal of Information Technology Management. He is a member of ACM, AIS, DSI, and IACIS.

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