Genie Stowers: Dr. Stowers utilizes emerging technologies to engage students through her online class PA 757: E-government and other IT classes. The online e-government class is very positively evaluated by students, who report enjoying its multi-media aspects, project-based learning, online team projects, and research assignments. Dr. Stowers integrates research with instruction in that students learn about the variety of e-government activities by collecting data from American cities for a joint San Francisco State University-Rutgers University survey on e-governance. Dr. Stowers combines efforts to engage students in technology and IT Management with scholarly work in the area.
- Managing the Sustainable City. 2017, Under Contract, Routledge.
- Thorsby, Jeff; Tumbuan, Ellie; Stowers, Genie N.L.; Wolslegel, Kristen. 2016. Understanding the Content and Features of Open Data Portals in American Cities. Government Information Quarterly. Available online at http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.giq.2016.07.001
- Budd, Deborah and Stowers, Genie N.L. 2015. Group Differences in California Community College Transfers. Community College Journal of Research and Practice. Published in journal and online http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/10668926.2013.875496 .
- Stowers, Genie N.L. (2009). The little city that could: The case of San Carlos, California. In Reddick, Christopher G. 2009. Strategies for Local E-Government Adoption and Implementation: Comparative Studies Hershey, Pennsylvania: IGI Global.