Information Systems and Analytics
Business managers have come to rely upon computer-generated information as a critical resource in the decision-making process. Bryant University recognizes the importance of information systems and analytics for all levels of management and provides a Information Systems and Analytics curriculum that is both challenging and relevant.
- Abhijit Chaudhury - Professor
- Richard Glass - Professor
- Suhong Li - Professor
- Kevin D Mentzer - Assistant Professor
- Alan D. Olinsky - Professor
- Janet J. Prichard - Professor
- Kenneth J. Sousa - Associate Professor
- Francis Varin - Lecturer
- John Edward Young - Executive in Residence
- Chen Zhang - Associate Professor
- Jeff Allen
- Patrick Casey
- Thomas Dougherty
- David Gannon
- Robert Massoud
- Erik Miller
Kevin D MentzerAssistant Professor, Information Systems and Analytics
M Sc, Bentley University
Analytics, Data Science, Python, Blockchain
Social Networks, Text Analytics, Unstructured Data, Blockchain, Emerging Technologies.
Mentzer, K. D., Essays on Networks of Influence – Discovering Insight through Social Network Analysis, ProQuest.
Mentzer, K. D., How Do States Govern IT in the Era of Digital Government, Government Information Quarterly.
Mentzer, K. D., Movie Analytics, Springer.
Mentzer, K. D., Use and Impact of Social Media in Community Policing., Telecommunications Policy Research Conference.
Mentzer, K. D., Leveraging Social Media to Achieve a Community Policing Agenda, Government Information Quarterly, 2018.
Prichard, J., Mentzer, K. D., An Analysis of App Privacy Statements, Issues in Information Systems, 2017.
Haughton, D., McLaughlin, M., Zhang, C., Mentzer, K. D., Movie Analytics: Visualization of the Co-Starring Network, 2015.
Mentzer, K. D., Leveraging Social Media: The Community Policing Case, American Political Science Association, 2015.