School of Computer Science and Mathematics
Dr. Carolyn C. Matheus
Associate Professor of Information Systems
Dr. Carolyn C. Matheus is an Associate Professor of Information Systems at Marist College. She holds a PhD in Organizational Studies with a concentration in leadership from the State University of New York (SUNY) at Albany, and earned undergraduate and graduate degrees from Marist College.
Her undergraduate and graduate coursework mirror her research streams, focusing on systems analysis and design, human computer interaction, data and information quality, data analytics, and project management. She serves as an internship coordinator for Computer Science and Information Technology/Systems students, assisting students in building their resumes and developing interviewing skills, as well as developing and maintaining relationships with alumni and companies who provide internships and jobs to students.
She offers a seminar on authentic leadership for the Emerging Leaders Program to help students explore their leadership style and develop leadership skills. She co-leads an annual service-learning program in which Computer Science and Spanish students collaborate to host a technology education summer camp for junior high students in the Dominican Republic.
PhD, Organizational Studies, University at Albany
MA, Psychology, Marist College
BA, Psychology, Marist College
Research Interests / Areas of Focus
Data and information quality; data analytics; systems analysis and design; human-computer interaction; interdisciplinary applications of technology; service learning
Matheus, C.C. & Quinn, E. (2017). Gender based occupational stereotypes: New behaviors, old attitudes. In Proceedings of IEEE Women in Engineering Forum, Baltimore, MD
Labouseur, A.G. & Matheus, C.C. (2017). An introduction to dynamic data quality challenges. Journal of Data and Information Quality, 8(2), article no. 6.
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, 35(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 Association2012 Meeting, Ft. Lauderdale, FL. http://web1.southernmanagement.org/meetings/2012/SMA2012Program.pdf
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), article no. 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. http://mitiq.mit.edu/ICIQ/PDF/IN%20SEARCH%20OF%20AN%20ACCURACY%20METRIC.pdf
Hoffman, M.A., Coleman, R., Matheus, C.C., & Rivas, P. (April, 2017). Pioneering your path: Own your diversity! Four professionals share their strategies for success. Diversity Panel presented at the ACM-W New York Celebration of Women in Computing conference, Rochester Institute of Technology, NY
Shrestha, S. & Matheus, C.C. (April, 2017). Data Mining and Visualization Techniques. Poster presented at the ACM-W New York Celebration of Women in Computing conference, Rochester Institute of Technology, NY
Matheus, C.C. (April, 2016). Bridging the digital divide while expanding intercultural communication among computer science students: An empirical case study in international service learning. Presented at the ACM-W New York Celebration of Women in Computing conference, Lake George, NY
Miller, M., Crane, M., Maud, K., & Matheus, C.C. (April, 2016). A Web Tool for Assisting College Admissions with Transfer Students. Poster presented at the ACM-W New York Celebration of Women in Computing conference, Lake George, NY
Awards and Honors
- Special recognition award from the Academic Vice President for excellence in teaching, 2015
- Special recognition award from the Academic Vice President for excellence in assisting students with employment and internship opportunities, 2014