Information and communication technology (ICT), sustainable development, new media, leadership, and education.
BA, Fordham University
MS, New York University
Ed.M., Columbia University
M.Phil, Columbia University
MLE Program, Harvard University
Dr. Dennis Anderson is a strong advocate of technology-enhanced learning, emerging technologies, sustainable technologies, and knowledge entrepreneurship. Prior to his appointment as Chairman and Professor of Management and Information Technology he was a professor of information systems and associate dean at Pace University and Director of the University's Center for Advanced Media. He has also taught at NYU Courant Institute and City University of New York.
Anderson has presented at numerous international conferences in the areas of information and communication technology (ICT), sustainable development, leadership, and education. His research interests lie in ICT for sustainable development, information policy, global digital divide, human-computer interaction, multimedia, artificial intelligence, computer science, mathematics and distance education, new-media technologies and e-commerce. He has received numerous grants including from the National Science Foundation and has also served as a reviewer/referee for numerous other grants, fellowships, and publications. Anderson has been named to the roster of the J. William Fulbright Foreign Scholarship Board's Fulbright Senior Specialist program as an expert in information technology.
For more information on Professor Anderson's many accolades, accomplishments and activities, please visit his personal website.
Books, Interviews and Columns:
- A chapter in the 2014 release, Digital Da Vinci:Computers in the Arts and Sciences
-'Facebook and Twitter have become tools for political freedom'