Paul Gray, Ph.D.
In Memory of our former TUN Executive Director
Dr. Paul Gray is Professor Emeritus and Founding Chair of the School of Information Systems and Technology at Claremont Graduate University. He specializes in data warehousing, business intelligence, decision support systems, and knowledge management. Before coming to Claremont in 1983, he was a professor at Stanford and three other universities. Prior to his academic career, he worked for 18 years in R&D organizations including nine years at SRI International.
He is the author/editor of 16 books, including Decision Support in the Data Warehouse with H.J. Watson and Manager's Guide to Making Decisions About Information Systems. He is also the author of over 160 journal articles including three "first papers" in crime in transportation, in telecommuting, and in group decision support systems.
His awards include Fellow of the Association for Information Systems and recipient of the Associations LEO award for lifetime achievement, Fellow of INFORMS, Outstanding Information Systems Educator 2000, and NATO Systems Science Prize.
He is the founding editor of the Communications of AIS (1999-2007) and was previously editor of two other journals. In 1992-93 he was President of the Institute of Management Sciences.