BBA, Baruch College
MBA, Baruch College
Ph.D., Graduate Center, CUNY
Dr. Klein teaches courses in computer literacy, information systems, Communication Arts and networking, information and network security, corporate finance, and, most recently, application development for mobile devices such as the iPad. By combining her industry experience, academic research, and continually keeping current with the evolving technological landscape, she is looking to enhance students' learning experiences in the classroom and beyond.Before coming to St. Francis College, Dr. Klein taught at Hofstra University, Baruch College/CUNY, St. John's University, and the College of Staten Island/CUNY. Prior to joining academia, Dr. Klein held various positions in industry. She was a senior statistical analyst in the Pharmaceuticals Division of Pfizer and was a project leader at the Power Authority of the State of New York. She also served as a consultant in microcomputer database management systems and authored two primers on database management software.Dr. Klein's research interests include the application of social networks in information technology, collaborative technologies and organizations, group support systems, creativity and gender in computer-mediated decision-making groups, ethical issues in computer-mediated Communication Arts, and leadership in computer-mediated contexts. She has published articles in various journals such as Computers in Human Behavior, Information Systems Journal, and Simulation & Gaming as well as in conference proceedings of the Association for Information Systems (AIS), the Decision Sciences Institute (DSI), the Information Resources Management Association (IRMA), and the Northeast Decision Sciences Institute (NEDSI). Dr. Klein is a frequent guest speaker at academic and professional forums.
As the moderator for the Mac Users club, Dr. Klein has helped arrange for guest speakers including the one below with Ontario Britton.