Nash Milic, Ph.D. (Prof Dr Nebojša A. Milić)

Assistant Professor of Management Information Systems

Nash Milic

Highlights from my Vita

(My complete Vita is available for download here)
Research Interests:
- Behavioral and NeuroIS research
- Consumerization of IT
- Economics of IT
- Big Data
- Data Visualization
- Complexity Theory

Awards and Grants:
4 Scholarships
3 Awards
3 Grants
- 1 journal publication
- 5 conference publications
- 2 book chapters

Teaching experience:
- 24 credit hours
- 8 sections
- 3 courses
- 5 development courses

Teaching Interests:
- Same as Research Interests
- General MIS Topics
AIS Doctoral Student
Service Award (2016)

Committee Member -
Local Review
ICIS 2016, Dublin
ICIS 2015, Ft. Worth

ICIS 2015, 2014, 2013
AMCIS 2015, 2014;
HICSS 2014, ECIS 2013
Previous Education:
PhD: Baylor University, Hankamer School of Business, Waco, Texas/United States of America
- Dissertation supervisor: Prof. Dorothy E. Leidner
MSC: Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster, Münster School of Business and Economics, Münster, NRW/Germany
- Specialization in Information Management, Information Networks and Enterpise Architecture
- Thesis supervisor: Prof. Dr.-Ing. Bernd Hellingrath
BSC: University of Novi Sad, Economics Faculty of Subotica, Novi Sad, Vojvodina/Serbia
- Specialization in Economics and Information Systems

A Little Bit About Me:
Led by curiosity, driven by efficiency. Multicultural: coming from a region with 28 spoken languages and 54 ethnicities. Able to communicate in English (Hi!), Serbo-Croatian (Ћао!-Bok!), German (Hallo!) and Hungarian (Szia!). Working experience in consulting, NGO and research environments. Visited all continents – with exception of Australia (intentional) and Antarctica (logistical). Love to polish PPTXs. Passionate about digital photography and design, horology, hiking, history and LEGOs. Sushi aficionado. Trying to understand cars.