Davis College of Business at Jacksonville University

Faculty & Research

Dr. Angela Mattia

AACSBAACSB Accreditation

Assistant Professor of Decision Science and Information Management

Dr. Angela Mattia is an Assistant Professor of Decision Sciences & Information Management at Jacksonville University’s Davis College of Business. She is currently a member of the Decision Science Institute, Association of Information Systems, AIS Special Interest Group on Systems Analysis and Design, Beta Gamma Sigma (BGS) honor society, and a past technical editor of several Oracle textbooks. Dr. Mattia has published numerous manuscripts on different information systems topics, such as system analysis and design and IS security. She also recently received a Professional Development Grant to study the use of social networking as a way to enhance curriculum. Her personal interests are yoga, taking long walks, and spending time with her little dogs.
Ph.D. Business Information Systems – Virginia Commonwealth University
M.S. Business Information Systems – Virginia Commonwealth University
B.S. Occupational and Technical Studies – Old Dominion University
Academic Experience
Professor of Informational Systems Technology - J. Sargeant Reynolds Community College, 2001-09
Professional Experience
Project Manager/System Analyst - Information Technology Specialist III - Virginia Commonwealth University, 2001
Data Processing User Liaison - Information Technology Specialist II - Virginia Commonwealth University, 2000-01
Computer Network Analyst - Virginia Commonwealth University, 1999-2000
Lottery Sales Consultant – Virginia Lottery, 1988-99


Recent Scholarship & Research
Mattia, A. (2014). A Map to Measuring Student Engagement with YouTube Analytics.

Mattia, A. (2013). “Linking the Creative Process to Innovation Through Software Enabled Activities”. International Journal of Management & Information Systems, 17(1).

Mattia, A. (2012). Software That Supports an Agile Process for Organizational Innovation. International Journal of Business and Social Science, 3(21)