MIS Professor Named A Poets&Quants 2020 Best Undergraduate Professor
Dec. 4, 2020
Matthew Hashim, associate professor of MIS at the Eller College of Management, was recently recognized by Poets&Quants as a 2020 Best Undergraduate Professor, as part of its Top 50 Undergraduate Business Professors list.
The feature delves into Hashim’s accomplishments and achievements and details his current research, discoveries he has made, the moment he knew he wanted to be a business professor, his perspective on the future of business schools and more.
“Matt Hashim is one of those natural-born educators. He finds ways to connect with the students, and he does things that highlight what a genuine person he is,” says Sue Brown, head of the Department of MIS and APS Professor of MIS. “Between his passion for the topic and his down-to-earth nature, it’s no wonder students in his classes learn a lot and have a positive experience.”
Matthew Hashim joined the Eller College of Management in 2011 after earning his PhD in Management Information Systems from Purdue University. He brings with him vast industry experience in the information technology field, including working as a network administrator, programmer and systems management manager. His research is focused around information security and privacy, digital piracy, experimental and behavioral economics and electronic commerce.