Monica Tremblay Receives the USF Muma College of Business Distinguished PhD Alumni Award

The University of South Florida Muma College of Business recently honored Monica Chiarini Tremblay with the prestigious 2024 Distinguished PhD Alumni Award.

Professor Tremblay holds the Dorman Family Term Distinguished Professorship and earned both her PhD in business administration and master’s in information systems from USF. She has been highly regarded for her research.

“Professor Tremblay is internationally recognized for her research on the design of complex information systems,” said Alan Hevner, distinguished university professor and eminent scholar at the Muma College of Business, who co-chaired her dissertation committee in 2007. “The impacts of her research have influenced the application of cutting-edge technologies such as artificial intelligence and data analytics in the areas of healthcare and government.”

Throughout her career, Tremblay has published dozens of peer-reviewed articles and conference proceedings and served as the lead author of the book "Advancing the Impact of Design Science: Moving from Theory to Practice." Additionally, she has contributed to the academic community through her roles on the editorial boards of several major journals and has been the principal or co-investigator on numerous federal, state, and private grants in the field of health information technology.

The USF Muma College of Business Distinguished PhD Alumni Award is presented annually to a graduate who has made significant contributions through their research, teaching, and service to their organizations and disciplines. Tremblay’s recognition underscores her exemplary achievements and lasting impact on the fields of information systems and health technology.

This announcement was originally published on May 21, 2024 by Davina Gould in the Muma College of Business news section on Honors and Awards, under the title: Tremblay receives USF Muma College of Business Distinguished PhD Alumni Award. It has been edited to better suit the audience of the Raymond A. Mason School of Business.