Faculty Profile

Adriane Randolph

Dr. Adriane Randolph

Associate Professor
Executive Director, BrainLab
Information Systems
  • PhD - Georgia State University
  • BS - University of Virginia
arandol3@kennesaw.edu
470-578-6083
Burruss Building 493

Certifications
  • Quality Matters Training
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Research Interest
  • Neuro-Information Systems
  • systems design
Teaching Areas
  • brain-computer interfaces
  • human-computer interaction
  • process improvement
Publications
  • Characterizing Brain-Computer Interface Control with BioGauges
  • Exploring Sales Techniques Through the Minds of Novice and Expert Salespersons
  • Into the Mind of the Seller: Using Neurophysiological Tools to Understand Sales Techniques
  • Brain Games as a Potential Non-pharmaceutical Alternative for the Treatment of ADHD
  • The Story of Taste: Using EEGs and Self-Reports to Understand Consumer Choice
Presentations
  • Hawai’i International Conference on Systems and Sciences (HICSS-48) - Bringing Advertising Closer to Mind: Using Neurophysiological Tools to Understand Student Responses to Super Bowl Commercials
  • Bartow County Rotary Club Meeting - The Brain: Command and Control Center
  • University of Nebraska at Omaha - Brain-Computer Interfaces: A New Direction in Human-Computer Interaction
  • National Resource Center for Adaptive Neurotechnologies - Assessing Fit of Nontraditional Assistive Technologies
  • HEC Montréal GReSI Colloquium - Brain-Computer Interfaces: A New Direction in Human-Computer Interaction
Awards and Honors
  • Featured in advertising for BizEd Magazine - Research highlighted in advertising for AACSB publication. - March
  • Featured Chapter in Paying it Forward - The PhD Project: Creating Tomorrow's Leaders in Business Through Academe - Story of research and sponsorship from a senior faculty member in IS through the PhD Project featured in book chapter titled, "Unlocking" - November
  • Faculty Honoree for the IS Outstanding Senior - Recognized for impact on outstanding undergraduate IS student, Lisa Sapp, selected by the IS Department and presented during pre-graduation ceremony. - May
  • Inspirational Woman - Invited to be featured as an Inspirational Woman by the nonprofit organization Women LEAD for humanitarian initiatives and passions for women's empowerment through technological innovation. - February
  • 2014 Leader in Academia - Selected to be featured in the LEADERS IN ACADEMIA section of the 2014 Who's Who in Black Atlanta, 15th Edition - January

View the BrainLab website here.