Education

PhD, University of Texas at Austin, Information Systems, 2003
MBA, University of Texas at Austin, Business Administration, 1998
BBA, Abilene Christian University, 1993

Honors & Achievements

Dean’s Award for Service and Leadership, College of Business Administration, 2015
Dean’s Award for Research, College of Business Administration, 2013

Books and Publications

Wilson, J., Crisp, C., & Mortensen, M. (2013) Extending Construal Level Theory to Distributed Groups: Understanding the Effects of Virtuality, Organization Science
Crisp, C., & Jarvenpaa, S. (2013) Swift Trust in Global Virtual Teams: Trusting Beliefs and Normative Actions, Journal of Personnel Psychology
Montoya-Weiss, M., Massey, A., Hung, Y., & Crisp, C. (2009) Can You Hear Me Now? Communication in Virtual Product Development Teams, Journal of Product Innovation Management
Polzer, J., Crisp, C., Jarvenpaa, S., & Kim, J. (2006) Extending the Faultline Model to Geographically Dispersed Teams: How Co-located Subgroups Can Impair Group Functioning, Academy of Management Journal

Church Membership

Highland Church of Christ

Community Service

Abilene Christian School, Chairperson, 2014 – present
Missions Resource Network, Board Member, 2007 – present

Campus Service

Academic Identity Subgroup, ACU Planning Task Force, Task Force Chair, 2012 – 2013
Faculty Senate, Committee Member, 2011 – 2014