Outlay, Christina

At UW-Whitewater

University - Faculty/Staff
Office Phone
(262) 472-7034
Office Location
HH 3408

Select Publications:


Author(s) Year Article Title Journal Name Volume Issue Pages
Bradley, R., Pratt, R., Byrd, T., Outlay, C., Wynn, D. 2011 Enterprise Architecture, IT Effectiveness, and the Mediating Role of Business-IT Alignment in U.S. Hospitals. Information Systems Journal N/A N/A N/A
Ranganathan, C., Outlay, C. 2010 Life After IT Outsourcing: Lessons Learned from Resizing the IT Workforce. MIS Quarterly Executive 8 4 161-173

Christina N. Outlay, PMP, is an assistant professor of Information Technology in the College of Business and Economics at the University of Wisconsin - Whitewater campus. Prior to UW-Whitewater, Christina taught information systems, IT service management, and user interface design courses at DePaul University. Christina holds a Ph.D. in management information systems from University of Illinois at Chicago, an M.S. in Information Systems and a B.A. in Psychology, both from Depaul University. She is a certified Project Management Professional (PMP – since 2002) and a formally trained meeting facilitator. She has prior experience as a Program Manager at Allstate Insurance Company, as well as project management and IT experience with Apartments.com, State Farm Insurance, the United States Naval Reserve, and DePaul University.

Nominee - Advising Award
January 2015
Outstanding Women of Color in Education
August 2013
University of Wisconsin
Nominee - Advising Award
February 2013

Management Information Systems
University of Illinois at Chicago
Master of Science
Information Systems - IT Project Management concentration
DePaul University
Bachelor of Arts
DePaul University

Certified ScrumMaster
Scrum Alliance
May 2014
ITIL Foundations
Pink Elephant
Project Management Professional (PMP)
Project Management Institute
October 2002

Association for Computing Machinery
Association for Information Systems
National Center for Women & Information Technology
Project Management Institute

Sustainable Knowledge in Practice
Andrew Ciganek; John Chenoweth
Going Mobile to Build Your Brand, Grow Your Community & Generate Revenue
Alana Platt
Panel: Active learning approaches in information technology (IT) pedagogy.
Gan Kok Siew, B., Joshi, K.D., Lending, D., Quesenberry, J. & Weinberg, R.
Service Learning in IT Education
Lee, Roderick and Ciganek, Andrew
Examining LEAP practices in Higher Education
Ciganek, Andrew

ACM SIGMIS Computer Personnel Research Conference
Keep Them Coming Back: Are Summer Camp Programs Effective for Sustaining Girls’ Interest in Information Technology?
Information Technology and People
Project Management with a Purpose: Delivering Project Management Education through Service Learning
eProceedings of the 8th International Research Work shop on Information Technology Project Management ( IRWITPM)
Investigating the Market Success of Software-as-a-Service Providers: The Multivariate Latent Growth Modeling Approach.
Information & Management
Getting IT Together: Linking Computing Careers to Lessons Taught in Computing Intervention Camps
ACM Transactions on Computing Education
Vol. 17 Iss. 4
Targeting Underrepresented Minority and Low-Income Girls for Computing Camps: Early Results and Lessons Learned.
Journal of Computing Sciences in Colleges
Vol. 31 Iss. 4
Evaluating User Needs in Wellness Apps
International Journal of Human-Computer Interaction
Service-Learning Pedagogy in a Project Management Course: Learning by Doing in an Information Systems Curriculum
Issues in Information Systems
Vol. 16 Iss. 1 Pg. 121-131
Overcoming gender stereotype entry barriers to computing degree programs: the cybergirlz program experience
Journal of Computing Sciences in Colleges
Vol. 28 Iss. 1 Pg. 33-38
LEAPing Forward: A Case Study Employing High Impact Practices in Higher Education.
Southern Association for Information Systems Conference
Team and Organizational Identification among Information Systems Personnel: An Exploratory Investigation of Post IT Outsourcing Personnel Impacts.
45th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences.
Enterprise Architecture, IT Effectiveness, and the Mediating Role of Business-IT Alignment in U.S. Hospitals.
Information Systems Journal
Iss. doi: 10.1111/j.1365-2575.2011.00379.x
Life After IT Outsourcing: Lessons Learned from Resizing the IT Workforce.
MIS Quarterly Executive
Vol. 8 Iss. 4 Pg. 161-173

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