Dr. Richelle DaSouza is an Associate Professor in the Business Information Systems and Analytics department of the Deese College of Business and Economics at North Carolina A&T State University. Her research interests focus on two main streams: examining the role of information systems (IS) in organizational practices and the impact of emerging technologies on individual behaviors. She has published in top-ranked IS journals and has presented at numerous regional, national, and international IS conferences.
Served as Special Issue Guest Editor for The Journal of the Southern Association of Information Systems (JSAIS) Special Issue Information Systems in the Time of COVID
Published book chapter in Thriving as a Woman in Leadership in Higher Education: Stories and Strategies from Your Peers titled Thriving through a Teaching Circle: Creating Spaces for the Support and Cultivation of Faculty Women of Color
Published article in Quarterly Review of Business Disciplines titledRelated Articles vs. Social Engagement: Examining Techniques to Mitigate Misinformation on Social Media
Promoted to Associate Professor with Tenure at the University of North Georgia
Received award from KPMG PhD Project’s Information Systems Doctoral Student Association (ISDSA) Circle of Compadres Award for going “above and beyond” in supporting and/or promoting the goals of the ISDSA and the PhD Project.
Published article in Quarterly Review of Business Disciplines: Win or Lose: A Study on the Effects of Video Game Violence
Led data analytics workshop for middle school and high school students for SSU NSF HBCU-UP TIP Interdisciplinary Data Analytics grant
Published article in Electronic Commerce Research: Etsy and the long-tail: how microenterprises use hyper-differentiation in online handicraft marketplaces