Dr. Dawn G. Gregg is an the Associate Dean of Programs for the
Business School at the University of Colorado Denver. As Associate
Dean, Dawn is responsible for the overall administration of the both
graduate and undergraduate programs. In addition, Dr. Gregg is a
Full Professor at the University of Colorado at Denver. She received her Ph.D. in
Computer Information Systems and her M.S. in Information Management
from Arizona State University, her M.B.A. from Arizona State
University West, and her B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from the
University of California at Irvine. While at CU Denver, she founded and was CEO of
Developing Minds Software. Prior to her doctoral studies,
she was employed for nine years as a research and development
engineer. Her current research focuses on how to organize and
maintain Web-based content so that it can be used to better meet
business and special education needs. Her work has been published in
numerous journals such as MIS Quarterly, the International Journal
of Electronic Commerce, IEEE Transactions on Systems Man, and
Cybernetics, Communications of the ACM, and Decision Support
Honors and Awards
- Dr. Gregg received the Dave Laube Community
Impact Award from Business School at the University
of Colorado Denver in 2011.
- Dr. Gregg was the faculty advisor for the Outstanding Student Chapter Award
recipient, Association for Information Systems, 2009-2010 Academic Year, December 2010.
- Dr. Gregg was the faculty advisor for the UC Denver
Outstanding Educational Program Award Winner,
the Information Systems Association, April 28, 2010
- Dr. Gregg received the Dean's Scholar Award, from The Business
School in 2008.
- Dr. Gregg and Dr. Walczak's paper "Dressing
Your Online Auction Business For Success: An Experiment
Comparing Two E-Bay Businesses," was selected for
the Rutt Bridges Award, Fall 2008.
- Dr. Gregg's company,
Minds Software, received first place in the Bard
Center Business Plan Competition on June 11, 2008.
- Dr. Gregg was the faculty sponsor for the
Outstanding Entrepreneurial Activity, Research and
Creative Activity Symposium Award Winner, April 2007, (Michael
- Dr. Gregg received the Outstanding Tenure-Track
Teacher of the Year Award, from The Business
School in 2005.