Beverly Davis is an Associate Professor at the Lafayette, IN statewide location. She is a member of Purdue University's Center for Advanced Manufacturing, the American Society of Engineering Education, The International Leadership Association, International Institute of Informatics and Systemics, The World Future Society, the International Association of Business Disciplines, and the National Institute for Literacy. Professor Davis's research interest is in technology and human behavior and Workforce Development specifically in the Manufacturing work environment. Her work in Technoism, Technology Privacy and Security, Technology Crisis Management, and Technology and Marketing Cycles has been published in numerous journals, trade magazines, and conference proceedings nationwide and internationally. She has interviewed on the topic of Technoism and Technology Security with numerous NPR shows, regional television broadcasts, and international NPR shows. She is a member of the Manufacturing Education Resource Center (MERC) and National Center for Manufacturing Education (NCME) National Visiting Committee and on the Editorial Board of the International Journal of Applied Management and Technology.