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Robert Todd

Associate Professor of Information Systems, School of Business

Mandeville Hall, Rom 306

Dr. Todd came to UB in 1985 after spending 16 years in industry, including NASA-MSFC (Huntsville, AL), Bell Helicopter Co. (Ft. Worth, TX), Fischer AG Bearings (Schweinfurt, Germany), and Pitney-Bowes (Stamford, CT).

He has served on numerous committees and as adviser to several student clubs, most proudly as adviser to the Business School Club for ten years


Ph.D., University of Connecticut, 1994 (Computer Science)
M.S., NYU-Polytechnic, 1998 (Computer Science)
MBA, University of Bridgeport, 1979 (M.I.S.)
B.A.E., Georgia Tech, 1969 (Aerospace Engineering)


Courses Taught:
CAIS 101 & 102 (Stats I and II)
CAIS 201 (Intro to MIS)
MGMT 301 (Operations Management)
STAT 400 (Business Stats)


Koritzinsky, C. and Todd, Robert S., “Case Study of Outcomes Comparison for Traditional Learning vs Activity-Based Learning in the Diverse Classroom”

Todd, Robert S. and Raad, Raneen, “Scheduling Power Restoration for Electric Utilities”

Todd, Robert S. and Raad, Raneen, “Case Studies Comparing MAS and AHP for Multi-Attribute Decision-Making”

Todd, Robert S., “Assessing School Performance Using Multi-Attribute Criteria”

Todd, Robert S., “Multi-Attribute Sorting Criteria”

Todd, Robert S, and Jelen, J., “Finding ‘Natural’ Data Clusters”

Crenshaw, J., and Todd, Robert S., “Hubble Space Telescope Pointing Using Earth’s Magnetic Field”

Crenshaw, J., and Todd, Robert S., “Space Shuttle Manipulator Arm Design Problems”

Banerjee, A., and Todd, Robert S., “Monte Carlo Simulation of Space Shuttle SRB (Solid Rocket Booster) Recovery”


Honors and Awards:
Phi Kappa Phi
Beta Gamma Sigma
Delta Mu Delta
Sigma Beta Delta