Joseph Catanio
Management Information Systems

Joseph Catanio

Office: Grove Hall 119
Phone: 717-477-1526
E-Mail:jtcatanio@ship.edu
Office Hours

Associate Professor in Management Information Systems,
Shippensburg University

Academic Degrees

Ph.D. Information Systems, New Jersey Institute of Technology

M.S. Computer Science New Jersey Institute of Technology

B.S. Electrical Engineering, Rutgers University

Research and Teaching Areas

Business Systems Analysis and Design, Project Management, Management Information Systems, Information Analysis, Information Technology and Business Operations, Business Programming

Recent Journal Article Publications

Becker, W.S., Catanio, J.T., & Bailey, A.E. Incivility at Work: A Project Management Case Involving Workplace Bullying. Journal of Human Resources Education, 8 (2/3), 20-31, Spring/Summer 2014.

Catanio, J. T., Armstrong, G., & Tucker, J. Project Management Certification and Experience: The Impact on the Triple Constraint. Journal for Advances in Information Technology, 4 (1), 8-19, February 2013.

Catanio, J. T., Armstrong, G., & Tucker, J. The Effects of Project Management Certification on the Triple Constraint. International Journal of Information Technology Project Management, 4 (4), 93-111, October – December 2013.

Catanio, J. T. & Catanio, T. L. The Effects of Integrating On-Going Training for Technical Documentation Teams. Journal of Technical Writing & Communications, 40 (1), 77-97, 2010.

Recent Presentations

Becker, W.S., Catanio, J.T., & Leibensperger, C. (2015, May). Effectiveness of Target Response to Workplace Bullying: Results from a National and Student Survey. 52nd annual Eastern Academy of Management Conference, Philadelphia, PA.

Leibensperger, C., Becker, W. S., & Catanio, J. T. (2015, April). Effectiveness of target response to workplace bullying: Results from a national and student survey. Annual Minds@Work conference, Shippensburg, PA.

Becker, W., Bailey, A., & Catanio, J. T. Demonstration of a Business Case on Workplace Bulling Across Three Academic Disciplines. Academic Innovation Conference: Learning Communities in the Disciplines, Shippensburg, Pennsylvania, 2014.

Catanio, J. T. The Effects of Project Management Certification on the Triple Constraint. Shippensburg University, Shippensburg, Pennsylvania, 2012.

Catanio, J. T., Armstrong, G., & Tucker, J. PMP Certification and the Triple Constraint: Does Certification Matter? Academy of Business Disciplines National Conference, Fort Myers, Florida, 2011.

Catanio, J. T. & Catanio, T. Driving Factors Affecting Employee Training. Academy of Business Disciplines National Conference, Fort Myers, Florida, 2010.

Honors and Awards

Recipient for the 2014 Gerald Piper Dean’s Award Shippensburg University, College of Business.

Recipient for the 2013 Volvo Construction Equipment Dean’s Award Shippensburg University, College of Business.

Recipient for the 2011 John L. Grove Summer Fellowship Award Shippensburg University, College of Business.

Inducted into the Alpha Epsilon Lambda (AEL) Graduate Honor Society, 2006.

Ph.D. Class Graduation Commencement Speaker, 2004, New Jersey Institute of Technology.

Internship Advisor:

2014-2015: Jennifer Carlin, Honors Student Project

2013-2014: Shane Hoover, Red Hill Enterprises
Brandon Bulka, The Manitowoc Company

2012-2013: Richard Abel, Department of the Navy, NAVSUP BSC

2011-2012: Zachary Lovely, Delta Development Group
Jason Cornell, Waynesboro Area School District

2010-2011: Andrew Vottero, Coventry Health Care
Michelle Betz, Johnson Controls
Cody Hutchinson, Giant Foods