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Nicole Forsgren Velasquez

Nicole Forsgren Velasquez

Assistant Professor
Department(s): School of Accountancy, Management Information Systems
Location:  Business 718
Office Phone:  435.797.3479
Fax:  435.797.2351

Education:

Ph.D., University of Arizona
MAcc., University of Arizona
B.S., Jon M. Huntsman School of Business, Utah State University, 2001

Biography

Nicole Forsgren Velasquez is considered an expert in the work, tools, knowledge sharing, and communication of technical professionals and has served as chair of WiAC '12, CHIMIT ’10, and several USENIX LISA program committees. Her background spans user experience, enterprise storage (specializing in RAID performance), cost allocation, and systems design and development, Nicole has worked with large and small corporations across many industries and government. She holds a PhD in Management Information Systems and a Masters in Accounting from the University of Arizona. She is a member of USENIX, ACM, AIS, AAA, LOPSA, and CSST. Nicole is currently an Assistant Professor of MIS and Accounting at Utah State University and her public work includes technical white papers, a patent, newsletter articles, and academic research papers. She has been a featured speaker at industry and academic events and was involved in the organization of the the Silicon Valley Women in Tech group as well as co-chair of the first USENIX Women in Advanced Computing Summit.

Related Huntsman News Articles

Protecting Sensitive Data(Huntsman Alumni Magazine Spring 2014)
Nicole Forsgren Velasquez and Taylor Martin win $300,000 One-Year Grant to Study How Students Learn With Online Games (The Huntsman Post - October 2013)
Notable Faculty Research (Huntsman Alumni Magazine - Fall 2013)