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)

Education

Temple University, Philadelphia, Pa, Ph. D. Statistics, May 2014 (expected) Dissertation: New Methods to Assess Agreement among Multiple Rankers Advisor: Dr. Richard M. Heiberger Committee Members: Dr. William Wei, Dr. Pallavi Chitturi

Villanova University, Villanova, PA, M.S. Applied Statistics, 2004

Drexel University, Philadelphia, PA, B.S. General Business, 2000

 

Courses Taught

  • DSS 210 - Business Statistics
  • DSS 220 - Analytics 
  • 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

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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