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Scholarly Interest Report
         
G. Anthony Gorry
Professor
Friedkin Professor of Management and Professor of Computer Science
 
e-mail:tony@rice.edu
 
  • B.S. Engineering (1962) Yale University
  • M.S. Chemical Engineering (1963) University of California, Berkeley
  • Ph.D. Computer Science (1967) Massachusetts Institute of Technology
 
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Department Affiliations
 
  • Department of Computer Science
  • Keck Center for Quantitative Biomedical Sciences
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    Other Affiliations
     
  • Baylor College of Medicine
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    Research Areas
     effects of technology on people, organizations and society
     
    Teaching Areas
     information technology, organizations and society
     
    Selected Publications
     Refereed articles
     

    J. Brazelton & G.A. Gorry "Creating a Knowledge Sharing Community: If You Build it, Will They Come?." Communications of the ACM, 46, No. 3 (Feb. 2003) : 23-25.

     
     Articles
     

    G. Anthony Gorry "At the Gates of a Magical Garden: Life in the Digital Age." The New Atlantis, in press

     
     

    G. Anthony Gorry "Sharing Knowledge in the Public Sector: Two Case Studies." Knowledge Management Research and Practice, in press

     
     

    Gorry, G. A. "On Still Not Knowing Greek." The Classical Journal, 102(2) (December 06/January 07) : 155-158.

     
     

    G.A. Gorry "Steal this MP3 File." The Chronicl Review, 49, Issue 37 (May 2003) : B20.

     
     

    H. Daugherty, J. Cohn, G.A. Gorry "The EduPop: Improving Streaming Video for an Electronic Community." The Educause Quarterly (Nov. 2003) In Press

     
     Other
     

    G. A. Gorry "As Simple as Possible, but not simpler." Communications of the ACM (2005) In Press

     
     

    T. Gorry, H. Daugherty, J. Cohn et al "Capturing What Happens in the Classroom." Educause Quarterly, 27(3) (2004) : 60-62.

     
     

    G.A. Gorry "What Factors Influence the Doctor-Patient Relationship?." ABIM Foundation Summer Meeting

     
    Supervised Theses & Dissertations
     R. Gerald Fowler, Doctor of Philosophy The Virtual Object Model for Distributed Hypertext. (1994) (Thesis Director)

     Donald G. Baker, Doctor of Philosophy Memento: A Collaborative, Semantic-Based Infrastructure for Building Assistant Applications. (1997) (Thesis Director)

    Awards, Prizes, & Fellowships
     Fellow, American College of Medical Informatics (1989)

     Member, Institute of Medicine, National Academy of Sciences (1991)

     Fellow, American College of Medical Informatics (1989)

     Director, Kelsey Foundation

     Trustee, ABIM Foundation (American Board of Internal Medicine)

     Director, Gene Logic, Inc. (2001)

     Director, AirLogix, Inc. (2001)

     Director, AirLogix, Inc.

     Member, The Institute of Medicine, The National Academy of Sciences (2000)

     Trustee, ABIM Foundation (American Board of Internal Medicine) (2000)

     Director, Gene Logic, Inc. (2000)

     Director, CompuBank, Inc. (2000)

     Fellow, American College of Medical Informatics (2000)