Michael Tyworth

Instructor of Management Information Systems
Department: Supply Chain and Information Systems
Office: 440 Business Building
Phone: 814-865-2224
Fax: 814-863-7261
E-mail: mjt241@psu.edu


Social Informatics, Computer Mediated Communication, Cybersecurity

Publication List

Tyworth, Michael, "Organizational identity and information systems: how organizational ICT reflect who an organization is", European Journal of Information Systems, 23, 69-83.

Fedorowicz, Jane, et. al., "Design observations for interagency collaboration", Government Information Quarterly, 31, 302-316.

Tyworth, Michael, e al., "A Human-in-the-Loop Approach to Understanding Situation Awareness in Cyber Defence Analysis", ICST Transactions, 13, 302-316.

Herring, Susan C., et al., "Conversations in the blogosphere: An analysis" from the bottom up"", Proceedings of the 38th Annual Hawaii International Conference on Systems Sciences (HICSS '05), 13, 07b.

Sawyer, Steve, et al., "US public safety networks: Architectural patterns and performance", Information Polity, 18, 139-156.

Tyworth, Michael, et al., "Cyber situation awareness as socio-cognitive work", Proceedings of the SPIE Conference on Defense, Security and Sensing, 18,

Mancuso, Vincent, et al., "idsNETS: An experimental platform to study situation awareness for intrusion detection analysts", Porceedings of the 2012 International Multi-Disciplinary Conference on Cognitive Methods in Situation Awareness and Decision Support, 18, 73-79.

Williams, CB., et. al, "The formation of inter-organizational information sharing networks in public safety: Cartographic insights on rational choice and institutional explanations", Information Polity, 2009, 13-19.


Ph.D., Information Sciences & Technology, The Pennsylvania State University, 2009

Masters of Information Sciences, Information Systems, Indiana University, 2004

Bachelor of Arts, Pyschology, The Pennsylvania State University, 1992


MIS 204, Introduction to Business Information Systems

MIS 446, Information Technology and Business Strategy