Associate Professor

Department Name 
Information Systems and Supply Chain Management

Office Location 
Sweigart Hall 368
Mailing Address 
2083 Lawrenceville Road, Lawrenceville, NJ 08648
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William Amadio

Bill Amadio teaches business intelligence and other data-driven technologies for management practice. He is currently interested in applications for the healthcare sector and social media.  Past projects include work in forensics, investment banking, manufacturing and insurance.  Hands-on group projects are an important part of Dr. Amadio's teaching. "Complex decision-making requires a robust understanding of theory and concepts. I believe the best way to achieve that understanding is to work on realistic, concrete projects in a collaborative environment."

Background Information

  • Doctor of Philosophy, 1975, Polytechnic University, Probability Theory, Functional Analysis
  • Master of Science, 1973, Polytechnic University, Mathematics
  • Bachelor’s of Science, 1970, Brooklyn College, Mathematics

Refereed Articles

  • Robert Wieder, Nila DeLaRosa, Margarette Bryan, Ann Marie Hill and William J. Amadio (2014). Prescription Coverage in Indigent Patients Affects the Use of Long-Acting Opioids in the Management of Cancer Pain. Pain Medicine; Volume 15, Issue 1, January 2014, Pages: 42–51.
  • Dorak, M. & Amadio, W. (2012). A Cautionary Note on the Reporting of Genetic Association Study Results. Journal of Human Genetics, 57, 465-466.

Refereed Proceedings

Full Paper

  • Haywood-Sullivan, M. E. & Amadio, W. J. (2015).  Lucky Number 7? One School's Approach to Addressing AACSB's Newly Founded Accounting Standard.   AIS Educator Conference.
  • Amadio, W. J. (2015).  ReviewMap: An Exploratory Text Mining System for Competitive Analysis Using Online Reviews.   Southeast Decision Sciences Institute.
  • Amadio, W. J., Pelletteri, B., & Krall, J. (2014). Modern Data Analytics for Decision Making. Global Conference on Business and Finance.
  • Amadio, W. J. (2013). Decision Analysis as Context for Graduate-level Introductory Business Statistics Courses. Proceedings of the Northeast Decision Sciences Institute 2013 Conference.

Presentation of Refereed Papers

International

  • Amadio, W. J., Pelletteri, B., & Krall, J. (2014). Modern Data Analytics for Decision Making. Global Conference on Business and Finance, San Jose, Costa Rica.

National

  • Haywood-Sullivan, M. E. & Amadio, W. J. (2015, June). Lucky Number 7? One School's Approach to Addressing AACSB's Newly Founded Accounting Standard. AIS Educator Conference, Colorado Springs, Colorado.

Regional

  • Amadio, W. J. (2015, February). ReviewMap: An Exploratory Text Mining System for Competitive Analysis Using Online Reviews.   Southeast Decision Sciences Institute, Savannah, Georgia.
  • Amadio, W. J. (2013). Decision Analysis as Context for Graduate-level Introductory Business Statistics Courses. Decision Sciences Institute, Northeast Decision Sciences Annual Meeting, Brooklyn, New York.

Presentation of Non-Refereed Papers

State

  • Pina, C. & Amadio, W. (2012). Fraud and Forensic Investigations. New Jersey Attorney General's Advocacy Institute, Trenton, New Jersey.
  • Amadio, W. J., Brenner, J., & Colaianni, M. (2011). Text Analytics: The Next Generation of Search. NJ Society of CPAs Business Valuation, Forensic Investigation & Litigation Services Conference, Edison, New Jersey.

Honors-Awards-Grants

Awards

  • 2015:  Best Paper Award, Accounting Information Systems Educator Conference.  Colorado Springs, Colorado, June 2015
  • 2012: Most Influential Faculty Member - Founder's Day Rider University.
  • 2010: Advisor Appreciation Award Rider University.
  • 2009: Advisor Appreciation Award Rider University.
  • 2008: Paid research leave - Launching the X-Engine Rider University
  • 2008: Advisor Appreciation Award Rider University.
  • 2007: Research and Curriculum Development Grants Cyber-crime and Forensics Institute.
  • 2006: Research and Curriculum Development Grants Cyber-crime and Forensics Institute.
  • 2006: Most Influential Faculty Member - Founder's Day Rider University.
  • 2005: Davis Fellowship.
  • 2005: Most Influential Faculty Member - Founder's Day Rider University.
  • 2004: Summer Research Grant
  • 2000: Most Influential Faculty Member - Founder's Day Rider University.
  • 1999: Most Influential Faculty Member - Founder's Day Rider University.
  • 1998: Most Influential Faculty Member - Founder's Day Rider University.
  • 1997: Most Influential Faculty Member - Founder's Day Rider University.
  • 1990: Lindback Award for Distinguished Teaching Rider University.
  • 1989: Dean's Award of Special Recognition Rider University.