Joseph S. Mollick is an assistant professor of management information systems at the College of Business at Texas A & M University-Corpus Christi (TAMU-CC). He earned the PhD degree in business administration from Southern Illinois University Carbondale (SIUC). His major field of study was information systems and minor fields were organization theory, business strategy and statistics. In addition to the PhD, he has two master's degrees and two bachelor's degrees. He earned a master of science degree in information systems from the University of Texas at Arlington (UTA). For the master of business administration (MBA) and the bachelor of business administration (BBA) degrees he studied at Saint Edward's University, Austin, Texas. His bachelor of arts (BA) degree from Notre Dame College (NDC), Dhaka, Bangladesh, was in the humanities--economics, social welfare, language and literature. His research interest is in the intersection of strategy, law and ethics of managing information and knowledge resources. Before coming to TAMU-CC, he taught at SIUC, UTA and Notre Dame College. His research articles have been published in journals such as the Journal of International Technology and Information Management, Journal of Information Privacy and Security, The Journal of Academic Administration in Higher Education, and Issues in Information Systems.