Meet Raymond Papp
Professor, Information and Technology Management
1988 Connecticut State University, B.S.
1990 Connecticut State University, M.S.
1995 Stevens Institute of Technology, Ph.D.
Advanced Application Development
Global IS Management
Managing the IT Organization
Pathways to Honors
Career Specialties: Raymond Papp specializes in the strategic use of information technology. His book,
Strategic Information Technology: Opportunities for Competitive Advantage,
investigates the alignment between business and IT strategy and infrastructure, and the use of information systems for competitive advantage.
He also conducts pedagogical research on distributed learning technologies, information systems ethics and the use of IT in the classroom. His research has appeared in numerous scholarly journals, and he has presented at national and international information systems conferences.
Professional and Community Activities:
Papp is editor of the Journal of Instructional Pedagogies, as well as a reviewer for numerous academic and professional conferences. He is a Program Evaluator (PEV) for the computing Accreditation Commission of ABET.
Honors and Awards:
Researcher of the Year, 2008, Sykes College of Business
Outstanding Student Involvement, 2007, Sykes College of Business