Kathleen Campbell

Visiting Instructor
Discipline Taught: Business Intelligence and Analytics
Office: 332 Mandeville Hall
Phone: (610) 660-1666
Fax: (610) 660-1229
Email: kcampbel@sju.edu


Curriculum Vitae (CV)

Kathleen has been working in the Business Intelligence and Analytics department for over 10 years. Having completed a PhD in statistics, she joined the faculty as assistant professor in Fall 2014. She has taught various undergraduate and graduate courses in basic and advanced topics in analytics. Her research interests include rank ordered statistical comparisons, sustainability rankings, forecasting and modeling. She does statistical consulting for various sources and enjoys volunteer activities than enhance the educational experience.

Education

Temple University, Philadelphia, Pa, Ph. D. Statistics, August 2014 Villanova University, Villanova, PA, M.S. Applied Statistics, 2004 Drexel University, Philadelphia, PA, B.S. General Business, 2000 

 

Professional Experience

Academic Positions and Experience

Saint Joseph's University, Instructor (September 2004 − Present)

Villanova University, Instructor (January 2005 - September 2006)

Strayer University, Instructor (September 2004 - September 2006)

Monsignor Bonner High School, Teacher (September 1999 - January 2005)

Nonacademic Positions and Experience

Statistical Consulting & Entrepreneurialism Colonial Electric & Bright Lights, Statistical Consultant, Summers 2007, 2009, 2010

Analysis and Inference Inc., Junior Statistical Analyst, Summer 2008,

Manager / Co-Owner, Jake's Water Ice (June, 2000 - Present). Open May – September

Previous experiences: Moss Rehab - Nifty Gifts Assistant Coordinator (1999) Group One Ltd. PHLX (1998 - 1999) Arco Chemical Company (1996-1997)

Courses Taught

  • DSS 210 - Business Statistics
  • DSS 220 - Analytics
  • DSS 420 - Introduction to Data Mining
  • DSS 500 – Algebra & Pre Calculus
  • DSS 510 – Statistics Proficiency
  • DSS 560 – Master’s Quantitative Methods for Business (focus on analytics)
  • DSS 660 – Introduction to Data Mining

Publications

Refereed Articles

  • “Evaluating the Performance of Home Building Companies in the United States”, International Journal of Strategic Management, 2014, Malhotra, R., Campbell, K. T., and Malhotra, D. K., available online at the EBSCO Publishing in the Business Complete Listing and at the Gale/ Cengage Publishing. The journal will soon be available with the SCOPUS.
  • “Clustering Analyses to Understand Student Motivations and Ethical Approaches to Academic Ethics with Recommendations for Curricular Change,” Perspectives in Data Mining, Campbell, K. T., Miori, V. A., & Doyle, K. A. (in press, 2012)
  • “The Most Sustainable Car,” Accounting and Business Research, 2012, Campbell, K. T. & Sherman, W. R., Volume 9, Number 10, pages 47 – 64, 2012.
  • “Gender Differences In Academic Ethics With Recommendations For Curricular Change,” Journal of College Teaching & Learning, Volume 8, Number 3, March 2011.
  • “Lists & More Lists: Making Sense of Corporate Reputations,” Journal of Business and Economics Research, Campbell, K. T. & Sherman, W. R., Volume 8, Number 7, 2010.

Conferences

  • Campbell, K. T. “Rank-Adapted Singular Value Decomposition”, Joint Statistical Meetings
  • Campbell, K. T. & Sherman, W. R. “The Most Sustainable Car,” Academy of Business Research, Atlantic City, September 2011
  • Campbell, K. T. & Sherman, W. R., “Lists & More Lists: Making Sense of Corporate Reputations,” Clute Institute, January 2010

Refereed Book Chapters

  • Campbell, K. T., Campagna, G., Costanzo, A., & Matthews, C. (2009). Inventory Optimization of Small Business Supply Chains with Stochastic Demand, In John Wyzalek (Ed.), The Supply Chain in Manufacturing, Distribution, and Transportation: Modeling, Optimization, and Applications. New York: CRC Press - Taylor Francis. 

Grants and Awards

  • 2000: Academic Enrichment Program Award. This grant allowed Monsignor Bonner High School the opportunity to put computers in the English and Science classrooms. High School. Grant :$200,000
  • 2001: Federal Government Mathematics Grant. Created and gave a formal presentation that helped Monsignor Bonner High School, Archbishop Prendergast and Upper Darby High School achieve a grant to fund technology in the classroom. Grant: $250,000. Once the classrooms were up and running, was the responsible for training the rest of the faculty and maintaining the classroom as a model for future grants and funds from 2001-2005.
  • Awarded the Most Outstanding Graduating Female of Lebow College of Business, Drexel University Class of 2000.
  • Saint Joseph’s University Teaching Award recipient 2007 (Nominated by students and fellow teachers).
 

Research

Refereed Articles 

  • Clustering Analyses to Understand Student Motivations and Ethical Approaches to Academic Ethics with Recommendations for Curricular Change,”  Perspectives in Data Mining, Campbell, K. T.,  Miori, V. A., & Doyle, K. A. (in press, 2012)  
  • The Most Sustainable Car,”  Accounting and Business Research, 2012, Campbell, K. T. & Sherman, W. R., Volume 9, Number 10, pages 47 – 64, 2012.
  • Gender Differences In Academic Ethics With Recommendations For Curricular Change,” Journal of College Teaching & Learning, Volume 8, Number 3, March 2011.
  • Lists & More Lists: Making Sense of Corporate Reputations,” Journal of Business and Economics Research, Campbell, K. T. & Sherman, W. R., Volume 8, Number 7, 2010. 

Conferences

  • Campbell, K. T. & Sherman, W. R. “The Most Sustainable Car,”  Academy of Business Research, Atlantic City, September 2011
  • Campbell, K. T. & Sherman, W. R.,  “Lists & More Lists: Making Sense of Corporate Reputations,”   Clute Institute, January 2010

 

Refereed Book Chapters 

Campbell, K. T., Campagna, G., Costanzo, A., & Matthews, C. (2009). Inventory Optimization of Small Business Supply Chains with Stochastic Demand,  In John Wyzalek (Ed.), The Supply Chain in Manufacturing, Distribution, and Transportation: Modeling, Optimization, and Applications. New York:  CRC Press - Taylor Francis.   

 
 
 
 

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