Faculty Directors

Professor L. Jean Camp is the author of Trust and Risk in Internet Commerce (MIT Press), Economics of Identity Theft (Springer) and the editor of Economics of Information Security (Kluwer Academic). She has authored over one hundred works, including seventy peer-reviewed works and eighteen book chapters. In addition to presentations at peer-reviewed venues, she has made scores of invited presentations on four continents. Her service has included the Board of Directors of Computer Professionals for Social Responsibility, the Board of Governors of the IEEE Society on Social Implications of Technology, Senior Member of the IEEE, and longstanding member of the USACM. See http://www.ljean.com/cv.html for more detailed information and full text of various publications.
Professor Kay Connelly is an Assistant Professor in the Computer Science Department at Indiana University. Her research focuses on user acceptance of ubiquitous and mobile computing technologies where there is a delicate balance between such factors as convenience, control and privacy. She is currently investigating three application domains: 1. convenience applications such as automatically configuring a cell phone’s notification mechanism depending on the physical and social context of the cell phone owner, 2. health care applications to empower both the ill and the healthy to manage and improve their own health, and 3. work and learning applications such as a tool to assist students in gathering environmental data while simultaneously supporting data analysis in the field.
Lesa Huber is a clinical assistant professor in the School of Health, Physical Education, and Recreation. She teaches courses in the areas of Lifespan Development and Gerontology. She has twice received the TERA award for teaching excellence, the 2008 Trustees Teaching Award, and the 2003 Part-Time Faculty recognition award from the Association for Gerontology in Higher Education. She was a co-PI on a US Dept. of Education three year grant to develop and implement a full gerontology curriculum online. She is a co-PI on a pilot project using technology to improve balance in rural elders. Her research interests include gerontology and geriatric education for health care professionals, physical activity and aging, creativity and aging, gerotechnology, and pedagogical strategies in distributed education.