Associate Dean for Undergraduate Programs
Roger Ahlbrandt Professorship of Management of Innovation & Technology
Office: KMC 360K
Erica Wagner is an associate professor of information systems. She earned her Ph.D. from the London School of Economics and has an undergraduate degree in accounting. She has previously taught at Cornell University and The London School of Economics. Her research interests focus on the ways software is 'made to work' within different contexts, with particular emphasis on how work practices are designed into artifacts, standard processes, and methods of accounting. Her research has been published in a variety of outlets including MIS Quarterly, The Journal of the Association for Information Systems, Information and Organization, Communications of the ACM, and the Journal of Strategic Information Systems. Dr. Wagner is the recipient of multiple best paper awards by leading scholars in her field. In addition, she was one of four faculty members across Cornell University to receive a 3-year grant from the National Science Foundation’s (NSF) Digital Government project (2005) to support Natural Language Processing Support for eRulemaking.
Dr. Wagner draws on her organizational field-based research when teaching in order to provide rich insights that help illuminate concepts. Throughout her career, Dr. Wagner has been interested in effective learning methods and is dedicated to experimentation in the classroom. She has received multiple teaching awards and is known for her personal connections with students. In her spare time Dr. Wagner is an avid practitioner of yoga and enjoys traveling, reading, and being with her daughter and husband.