Name: Dr. Carolyn C. Matheus
Title: Associate Professor of Information Systems

Office Location: Hancock Center 3008
Extension: (845) 575-3660
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Degrees Held:

Ph.D. Organizational Studies, University at Albany

M.A. Psychology, Marist College

B.A. Psychology, Marist College

Courses taught:
  • Undergraduate: Software Systems Analysis; Systems Design; Management Information Systems; CS/ITS Project; First-Year Seminar; Intro to Business & Management   
  • Graduate: Analytics Bootcamp; IS Policy; Systems & Information Concepts in Organizations; Systems Design; Leadership & Organizational Behavior; Managing Organizational Change   


Strategic Planning Committee (2018-2023), Academic Affairs Committee, Core L/S Committee, College and Career Task Force, Common Reading Committee, Library Development Committee, Middlestates Assessment Committee


  • Labouseur, A.G. & Matheus, C.C. [In Press]. An introduction to dynamic data quality challenges. Journal of Data and Information Quality.
  • Matheus, C.C. & Svegliato, J. (2015). OpenSR: An open source stimulus-response testing framework. Human Technology, 11(2), 100-122.
  • Matheus, A.B., Matheus, C.C., & Neely, P. (2014). Examining the relationship between IQ, DQ, usefulness, EoU, and task performance. Communications of the Association for Information Systems, 36(15), 285-304.
  • Matheus, C.C. & Svegliato, J. (May, 2013). Stimulus-response tests: An applied demonstration. In Proceedings of IEEE International Conference on Research Challenges in Information Science, Paris, France. DOI: 10.1109/RCIS.2013.6577740 
  • Matheus, C.C. & Taber, T.D. (November, 2012). Gender as a moderator of the relationship between OCB and supervisors’ ratings. In Proceedings of Southern Management Association 2012 Meeting, Ft. Lauderdale, FL. 
  • Fisher, C.W., Lauria, E.J.M., & Matheus, C.C. (2009). An accuracy metric: Percentages, randomness and probabilities. Journal of Data and Information Quality, 1(3), 1-16.
  • Fisher, C., Lauria, E., & Matheus, C. (November, 2007). In search of an accuracy metric. In Proceedings of the 12th International Conference on Information Quality (ICIQ) at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, MA.
Research Interests:

Technology Education in the Dominican Republic


Conferences & Workshops:

Emerging Leaders Program 

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