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Tom Seymour, Ph.D.
Professor, tenured

Email: Tom.Seymour@minotstateu.edu
Website: http://tomseymour66.com/wordpress
Office phone: 701-858-3307
Fax: 701-858-3438
Office location: Old Main 302F
Preferred contact method: Email
Office hours:Fall 2014

Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
10:00 AM - 12:30 PM
10:00 AM - 12:30 PM
   


Credentials:
Dr. Seymour earned his PhD degree at Colorado State University, his Masters of Arts degree at the University of North Dakota, and his Bachelor of Science degree at Mayville State University. He has given over 150 Computer / E-Commerce presentations in 41 states and 10 foreign countries. Dr. Seymour teaches technology classes in the classroom and via the Internet.

Dr. Tom Seymour has taught at Minot State University from 1985 to present. Tom was department chair (2007-2009). He was a professor and administrator in 7 states from 1970 to 1984. His publication record includes publishing over 80 articles in refereed journals and editing many proceedings and college textbooks. For five years Tom wrote an Internet column for the Minot Daily News and he is past-president of the Minot State Faculty Senate; the International Association of Computer Information Systems, and the North Dakota Council of College Faculties, where he led a successful initiative to place a faculty member on the North Dakota Board of Higher Education. Tom is a Peer Reviewer and Team Chair for the Higher Learning Commission and has been on over 50 Team visits. He is a SRT Board Member, and a Minot City Alderman. Tom was a North Dakota State Senator from 2002-2010 and he is a member of the Quentin Burdick Job Corps Advisory Committee. Dr. Seymour is also the Editor-in-Chief / International Journal of Management & Information Systems.

Tom is married to Anita K. Seymour. He has two children: Dan Seymour and Jenny Huschka. He is a native of Cavalier, North Dakota.

Dr. Seymour has won the following awards: Distinguished Alumni Award - Mayville State University (2009), Legislative Award - Information Technology Council of ND (2008), Peer Reviewer Award - Higher Learning Commission (2007), a Legislative Award - NDAEYC - Children’s Champion Award (2005) and Distinguished Professor Award - Minot Chamber of Commerce (1989) -The IACIS Ben Bauman Award of Excellence (2011)