William Amadio
Professor Email: amadio@rider.edu
Phone Number: 609-896-5254
Department Name:
Information Systems and Supply Chain Management
Office Location:
Sweigart Hall 368

Faculty Office Hours

Mailing Address:
2083 Lawrenceville Road, Lawrenceville, NJ 08648
Role: 
Faculty
Title: 
Professor
Email: 
amadio@rider.edu
Phone Number: 
609-896-5254
Department Name: 
Information Systems and Supply Chain Management
Mailing Address: 
2083 Lawrenceville Road, Lawrenceville, NJ 08648
Office Location: 
Sweigart Hall 368

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

  • Dorak, M. & Amadio, W. (2012).  A Cautionary Note on the Reporting of Genetic Association Study Results.  Journal of Human Genetics, 57, 465-466.
  • Amadio, W. J. (2010).  Examination of Genetic Polymorphisms in Newborns for Signatures of Sex-specific Prenatal Selection. Molecular Human Reproduction, 16 (10), 770-777.
  • Amadio, W. J., Taylor, A. R., & Zhang, X. (2009).  Examination of Relevance Criteria Choices and the Information Search Process.  Journal of Documentation, 65 (5), 719-744.
  • Amadio, W. J. (2009).  Self-Expression in Technical Courses: Making It Happen.  American Journal of Business Education, 2 (5).

Refereed Proceedings 
Full Paper

  • 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 Non-Refereed Papers
State 

  • 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

  • 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.