PhD Management Information Systems, Texas Tech University, 2016
MBA, Texas Tech University, 2011
BS Computer Science, Texas A&M University, 2002
Human Visual and Textual Information Consumption
Information Search and Stopping
Dr. David J. Lucus earned his Ph.D. in MIS from Texas Tech University in 2016. He also holds an MBA from Texas Tech University (2011) and a bachelor’s of Computer Science and a Business Administration minor from Texas A&M University (2002). His research is focused on the the interface between users and the plethora of information currently available and understanding how different forms of information affect a user’s actions. He is also interested in how different forms of information affect a user’s ability to search for information and the user’s decision to terminate an information search. Prior to starting his Ph.D., David was a professional software developer building web and database applications in both Microsoft based languages and open source based languages. He also worked for several years creating ETL processes to support a growing OLAP business intelligence infrastructure for the Texas A&M University System. In his spare time, David is a computer and technology tinkerer, sports enthusiast, video gamer, but above all else, he most enjoys spending time with his family.