Emmanuel VarouhasManagement Information Systems (MIS)
BSc, Deree – The American College of Greece; MSc, The University of Sheffield, UK (Information Management), PhD (student), Nottingham
Professor Emmanuel Varouhas has been a member of the Deree Computer Information Systems (CIS) faculty since 1994 and has taught across the curriculum. He has taught systems analysis & design and information systems security at the undergraduate level. He has been actively involved in curriculum development and in assessment of student learning. He has also served as the chair for the department of Computer Information Systems for four years. Mr. Varouhas has broad knowledge of the Greek ICT sector and his working experience includes among others information systems analysis, IT and quality consulting for private business firms. Between 1997-1998, he served as an assessor of IT investment plans for the Greek Ministry of Development. In 1999, as an IT specialist for the Greek Ministry of Interior, he conducted a study for the Ministry’s Information Center on the possible impact of the Y2K problem to major country infrastructure. Mr. Varouhas is a speaker at conferences and forums in Greece, USA, Cyprus and Malta where he has appeared on national television. His research interests include academic administration practices and ICT security.