Kathleen Campbell Garwood

Assistant Professor, Decision and System Sciences
Office: 342B Mandeville Hall
Phone: (610) 660-1666
Fax: (610) 660-1229
Email: kcampbel@sju.edu

Dr. Garwood has taught a variety of Business Intelligence and Analytics courses in the Decision and System Sciences department for more than 14 years. With a PhD in Statistics, she was elevated to assistant professor in fall 2014 and 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, modeling and data visualization. Her passion is providing analytics and statistical consulting for social justice projects.  Some interesting projects include a collaboration with the United Nations culminating in data visualization and integration of reported data to identify trends and strengths of Principles for Responsible Management Education (PRME) schools.  Within the classroom and in research, she works to provide educational analysis for underserved students in the Fe y Alegría School System.  This work has helped the school to identify the most in need students in an effort to give them mechanical job training prior to graduation school.  She is the inaugural ​faculty lead​ of the St. Joseph’s Tableau Users Group (SJU TUG), which allows a network of alumni to visit campus monthly and help current students advance their data visualization skills using Tableau.  This has helped University students obtain marketable skills that have helped the student start their careers in highly sought after positions, while creating a fantastic network among undergraduates, graduates, and alumni. She provides statistical consulting for various sources and enjoys volunteer activities that enhance the ​students' educational experience and tries to live and encourage the concept of magis.


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 Consultant for Innsightinc working to help with set up and analysis of retina scanner/sensor. Summer 2016 – present.

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 - 2014). Open May – September

Courses Taught

Statistics, Analytics, Introduction to Data Mining, Research and Design Methods, Statistics Proficiency, Data Visualization and Analysis, Foundations of Business Intelligence, Business Analytics for MSBI

Grants and Awards

  • 2017-2018: Labriola, MD, L. Technical Plan SBIF NSF, Collaborator.
  • 2015-2016: Campbell, K. T. Morris Grant for Scholarly Research, Principal Investigator.
  • 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).


Refereed Articles

  • “Forecasting Treatment outcomes for the Future Drug and Alcohol Rehabilitation Center.”   Advances in Business and Management Forecasting. Miori, V. V., Garwood, K. C., & Cardamone, C. (in press, 2017).   
  • “Measuring Agreement Among Ranks: Sustainability an Application.”   International Journal of Business Intelligence Research, 7 (1). Garwood, K. C. & Graziosi, A. S. (2016)
  • “A Frontier Analysis Approach to Analyze the Operating Efficiencies of Cable and Satellite Companies in the United States.”   Applications of Management Science. Malhotra, R., Malhotra, D. K., & Campbell, K. T. (2015)
  • “Optimizing Resources to Better Forecast Future Profits.”   Advances in Business and Management Forecasting. Campbell, K. T., Strandberg, A. G., & Clements, N. (in press, 2015).   
  • “Online teaching best practices to better engage students with quantitative material.”   Journal of instructional Pedagogies. Strandberg, A. & Campbell, K. T. (2014). 
  • “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.

Non-Refereed Articles 

  • A major selection Problem.   Significance.  Jones, C., Campbell, K. T., & Strandberg, A. G. (2016).   




Garwood, K. C. (2016-2017, August). Benefits of Using Real Data Sets to Instruct Business Students in Data Mining Techniques.   Joint Statistical Meetings, Baltimore, Maryland.

Campbell, K. T., Neiva, J., Wolf, C., & Marca, M. (2016-2017, May). Identifying students in most need in low-income Bolivian high-schools through surveys: A data mining application.   Annual Meeting of AERA, Phoenix, Arizona.

Campbell, K. T., Clements, N., Jones, C., & Miori, V. (2015-2016, August). Identifying the Effects of Clear Visualization: Reduced Time to a Deeper Understanding of Data.   Joint Statistical Meetings, Chicago, Illinois.

               Campbell, K. T. (2014-2015). Rank-Adapted Singular Value Decomposition.   Joint Statistical Meetings, Boston, Massachusetts.


Campbell, K. T. & Sherman, W. R. (2010-2011, September). The Most Sustainable Car.   Academy of Business Research, Atlantic City, New Jersey.

Presentation of Non-Refereed Papers 


Garwood, K. C. (2017-2018, October). Advancing Undergraduate Analytics with Visualization.   Middle Atlantic Association of Colleges of Business Administration, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

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.