Donald Amoroso has served as chairman of the Computer Science and Information Systems Department at…
(Dec 11, 2009) — Donald Amoroso has served as chairman of the Computer Science and Information Systems
Department at KSU since 2007. He teaches classes on technology management, strategy
and technological innovation in the graduate and executive programs. Prior to coming
to Kennesaw State, Amoroso served as department chair at Appalachian State University
in Boone, N.C., and the University of Colorado in Colorado Springs. He has also worked
with GE Capital as a director of enterprise solutions and with the Solista/Gartner
Group as a consulting partner. Amoroso has served as director of the Pacific Research
Institute for Information Management and Systems.
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