Roderick L. Lee, PhD
Associate Professor of Information Systems E-335 Olmsted Building Penn State Harrisburg
Office: 717-948-6641 Mail: rlee @ psu dot edu
Dr. Roderick Lee is as an Associate Professor of Information Systems in the School of Business Administration at The Pennsylvania State University - Harrisburg. He received his Ph.D. in Information Sciences and Technology with a concentration in Management and Organization from The Pennsylvania State University. In addition, Roderick received an MBA and an MSIS from The Pennsylvania State University - Harrisburg. His current research interests are centered on strategic use of information systems, organizational resistance to technological change, online and mobile usability, and information systems education. His research has appeared in several journals including Computers in Human Behavior, Government Information Quarterly, New Media & Society, and the Journal of Information Systems Education. He teaches courses in management information systems, strategic information systems, human-centered design, usability engineering, and web-enabled technologies.. Professor Roderick L. Lee is a recipient of The Capital College Chapter of Beta Gamma Sigma Professor of the Year Award (2013), The Penn State Harrisburg Award for Faculty Service (2012), The Pennsylvania State University Graduate Student Service Award (2002) and The Pennsylvania Association of Graduate School's Outstanding Graduate Student Award (2002). In addition, he was selected by Harrisburg Area Community College as one of the top 40 alumnus over the past 40 years (2005).