Steven D. Sheetz
Steven D. Sheetz is Professor of Accounting and Information Systems in the department of Accounting and Information Systems in the Pamplin College of Business at Virginia Tech. His research focuses on sharing information including the complexity of developing information systems, group support systems, the design and use of software metrics, the effects of work pressure on IT project teams, use of social media and web archiving related to crises, and affective decision-making. He has published articles in Decision Support Systems, International Journal of Human-Computer Studies, Government Information Quarterly, Group Decision and Negotiation, Information and Management, Journal of Management Information Systems, Journal of Systems and Software, Journal of Emerging Technologies in Accounting, and International Journal of Accounting Information Systems. His work has been continuously supported by the National Science Foundation since 2007 in the area of web archiving and use of social media related to crises and the area of enabling computational thinking in non-computing disciplines.
Office: Pamplin 3080
Ph.D. University of Colorado
Object-Oriented Software Engineering, Software Measurement and Psychology of Programming