MONMOUTH UNIVERSITY PROFESSOR RECEIVES BRIGHT IDEA AWARD

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11/8/2010

Monmouth University Professor Allen Milewski received a Bright Idea Award on November 8 for his research work on Global Software Development. The award is sponsored by the Stillman School of Business at Seton Hall University, New Jersey Business magazine, and the NJPRO Foundation— the public policy research affiliate of the New Jersey Business and Industry Association (NJBIA). Each year, these organizations present awards for the best research published by the faculty at New Jersey’s colleges and universities.


Dr. Milewski, associate professor of software engineering, received the award for co-authoring the paper titled “Occurrence and effects of leader delegation in virtual software teams,” published in the International Journal of e-Collaboration. The paper’s other authors were Suling Zhang (Remin University, China), Marilyn Tremaine (Rutgers University), Richard Egan (New Jersey Institute of Technology), Patrick O’Sullivan (Center for Advanced Studies, Dublin, Ireland), and Jerry Fjermestad (New Jersey Institute of Technology).

Dr. Milewski received his PhD from Brown University and resides in Keyport, NJ. 
Dr. Allen Milewski (3rd from left) and Catherine Duckett (2nd from left), associate dean of Monmouth University School of Science, at the Bright Idea Award ceremony.