Dawn Laux is a Clinical Assistant Professor in the Department of Computer and Information Technology (CIT) at Purdue University. She has been with the University since 2007 and is responsible for teaching database fundamentals and introductory technology courses. Dawn earned her PhD from Iowa State University in Human Computer Interaction in 2014, and has 10 years of industrial experience in the information technology field. Her research areas of interest include online learning and the social impacts of technology.
PhD (Human Computer Interaction), Iowa State University, Ames, IA, 2014.
MS (Management Information Systems), Iowa State University Ames, IA, 2007.
BS (Business Education and Office Administration), Ball State University Muncie, IN, 1994.
Teaching for Tomorrow Fellowship Award, 2013-2014
Outstanding Faculty in Engagement Award, Department of Computer and Information Technology, 2013-2014
Outstanding Faculty in Learning Award, Department of Computer and Information Technology, 2011-2012
Refereed Articles and Conference Papers/Presentations/Abstracts
Laux, D., Luse, A., Mennecke, B. & Townsend, A. M. (2011). Adoption of Biometric Authentication Systems: Implications for Research and Practice in the Deployment of End-User Security Systems. Journal of Organizational Computing and Electronic Commerce, 21:3, 221-245.
2000-2004 - Purdue Employees Federal Credit Union,
Various IT Positions (IT Communication Specialist, IT Project Manager, E-Commerce Supervisor and E-Commerce Manager)
1996-1999 - Insight Communications,
Management Information Systems Specialist
1994-1996 - Purdue Employees Federal Credit Union,
Information Services Systems Administrator
National Center for Women and Information Technology, Academic Alliance Member, 2011 - present
National Center for Women and Information Technology, Pacesetters Member
Association of Information Technology Professionals (AITP), 2013 - present