David Eargle is a doctoral candidate in the Information Systems and Technology Management Area at the University of Pittsburgh in the Katz Graduate School of Business. He is currently a NSF Graduate Research Fellow. He completed a joint baccalaureate-master’s program in information systems management at Brigham Young University, completing the IS PhD preparation program and graduating magna cum laude with University Honors. His research interests include human-computer interaction and information security. He has coauthored several articles in these areas using neurophysiological and other methodologies in outlets such as the Journal of the Association for Information Systems, the European Journal of Information Systems, the International Conference on Information Systems, and the Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences), along with the Proceedings of the ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI).
Dave is married, with three young children (all boys!). Dave enjoys hobbies such as playing basketball, gardening, reading, furniture-making, and electronics. Dave is a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. He served a two-year Spanish-speaking mission for his church in the state of Oregon. Besides work in academia, Dave has multiple years’ experience as a web developer and systems and network administrator, and also experience as a digital forensics investigator.
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