Kennesaw State University
Chastain Road, MD
Burruss Bldg 4, Room 208
arandolph at kennesaw.edu
B. Randolph is an Associate Professor of Information Systems in
the Michael J. Coles College
of Business at Kennesaw State
University located twenty minutes north of Atlanta, Georgia.
Dr. Randolph joined the faculty in 2007 and serves as director of the KSU
Her research focuses on brain-computer interface systems which allow for non-muscularly controlled assistive technologies and reflect varying human mental states. As director of the KSU BrainLab, she is working to discover impactful solutions for brain-computer interfaces by uncovering the underlying characteristics that affect users’ control. Other research interests include human-computer interaction, neuro-information systems, and process improvement.
Randolph received her B.S. in Systems Engineering with Distinction from the
University of Virginia
and Ph.D. in Business Administration from the Department of Computer
Information Systems at Georgia State
University. Prior to her academic career, Dr. Randolph was an IT
consultant for Accenture
implementing change management and human performance tools in the federal
government sector in Washington,
Randolph has been featured in Entrepreneur Magazine as an individual
who is “transforming the world” and recognized in 2007 by the Atlanta
Business Chronicle as one of forty 'Up-and-Comers' under the age of 40.
She is an original Google Glass Explorer and has been featured as a speaker for TEDxPeachtree and TEDxCentennialParkWomen.
She has published several refereed papers in her field including manuscripts in
the International Journal of Human-Computer Interaction (IJHCI) and the ACM Transactions on Accessible Computing (TACCESS).
In addition, she was a National Science Foundation (NSF) Graduate Research
Fellowship Award Recipient, KPMG Ph.D.
Project Doctoral Scholar, and Southern Regional Education Board (SREB) Doctoral
Scholar. She is currently a member of the Association for Information
Systems (AIS), the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM), and the
National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE).
Randolph has always been interested in technology since graduating from Thomas Jefferson High School
for Science and Technology in Alexandria,
Virginia. In contrast to
these left-brained ventures, she enjoys traveling,
dancing, creating art, and spending time with her family.