APPENDIX C:
BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION ON THE PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR

Mark P. Haselkorn is Professor and Founding Chair (1985–97) of the Department of Technical Communication in the College of Engineering at the University of Washington. He has more than two decades of leadership in interdisciplinary technology areas such as assessment of information technology in organizations, design of electronic communities and online services, and management of knowledge and communication in large organizations. Dr. Haselkorn is also the Co-Director of the University of Washington's Interdisciplinary Program in Humanitarian Relief and a Research Scientist for the Veterans Health Administration. He currently leads an NSF-supported initiative on the emerging research frontier of “Humanitarian Service Science & Engineering,” conducts research on the integration of DOD and VA electronic medical records, and, before Y2K, conducted foundational research in the area of intelligent transportation systems, including development of the first Web-based real-time traveler information system (Traffic Reporter, 1990). He received his Ph.D. in English Language, M.A. in Computational Linguistics, and M.A. in English from the University of Michigan.



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Strategic Management of Information and Communication Technology: The United States Air Force Experience with Y2K APPENDIX C: BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION ON THE PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR Mark P. Haselkorn is Professor and Founding Chair (1985–97) of the Department of Technical Communication in the College of Engineering at the University of Washington. He has more than two decades of leadership in interdisciplinary technology areas such as assessment of information technology in organizations, design of electronic communities and online services, and management of knowledge and communication in large organizations. Dr. Haselkorn is also the Co-Director of the University of Washington's Interdisciplinary Program in Humanitarian Relief and a Research Scientist for the Veterans Health Administration. He currently leads an NSF-supported initiative on the emerging research frontier of “Humanitarian Service Science & Engineering,” conducts research on the integration of DOD and VA electronic medical records, and, before Y2K, conducted foundational research in the area of intelligent transportation systems, including development of the first Web-based real-time traveler information system (Traffic Reporter, 1990). He received his Ph.D. in English Language, M.A. in Computational Linguistics, and M.A. in English from the University of Michigan.