Monday, August 10th, 2020

DSI Members Say…

Attending the DSI conference has added enormous value to my career over the years. One of the aspects that I appreciate the most refers to the wide breadth of research areas and ....MORE

Dr. Adriana Rossiter Hofer    University of Arkansas

President’s Message

Dear Colleagues:

Ready or not, fall semester is well and truly in view, and spring semester fast disappearing from the rear-view mirror. It was an unprecedented semester. For those of us in higher education, it highlighted the fact that while we may have a reputation for being slow to act...… more

Member Info

DSI Opens Call for Nominations for Board of Director Positions  More Info

DSI Extends Deadline for Nominations for Dennis Grawoig Distinguished Service Award and DSI Lifetime Distinguished Educator Award to September 30. Carol Latta Memorial Award for Outstanding Early Career Scholarship deadline September 1.

2020 DSI Annual Conference Open for Registration
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DSJ Announces Call for special issue - Designing Supply Chain Strategies Against Epidemic Outbreaks Such As COVID-19
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DSI CELEBRATES 50 YEARS

DSI 50th Anniversary Video

The Decision Sciences Institute shares its past, present and future via this video celebrating its roots, its leadership, its accomplishments and its promise to continue to serve its international community.

DSI Walk of History

Coming Events

2020

DSI Annual Conference - Online
November 21 - 23

2021

SEDSI Annual Conference - Location TBD
February 17 - 19

SWDSI Annual Conference - Galveston, TX
March 17 - 20

NEDSI Annual Conference - Online
March 25 - March 27

WDSI Annual Conference - Location TBD
March 30 - April 2

EDSI Annual Conference - Lund, Sweden
May 30 - June 2

Latest Blog Post

A Shifting Sea: Thoughts on Teaching in Times of Uncertainty

Well, that was an unusual semester!

If your institution was like mine this past Spring, you had to pivot to fully online education for all students in mid-semester with little warning or time to prepare.  While certainly not an optimal way to approach education, I think we all learned some things and emerged in one piece (more or less) from a challenging semester.

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