Dr. Anderson is a Professor of Information and Operations Management in the Mays Business School. He joined Texas A&M; University in 1998 as the E.D. Brockett Professor and is a co-founder of the Texas A&M; Center for Information Assurance and Security, which has been designated as an NSA Center of Educational Excellence. Prior to joining Texas A&M;, he was GMU Foundation Professor and Director of Technology Management in the Graduate Business Institute at George Mason University. At GMU, he was a member of the core faculty of the Institute for Computational Sciences and Informatics and Director of an IT Industry Consortium. He received a BBA degree (1965) from the University of Iowa, an MBA (1966) from the University of Wisconsin, Madison and PhD (1970) from Cornell University. He has served as Associate Dean for Graduate Studies and Faculty Affairs, Professor, and Area Coordinator of Managerial Economics and MIS in the School of Management at the University of Texas-Dallas; Associate Professor of Managerial Economics in the A.B. Freeman Graduate School of Business at Tulane University; Visiting Associate Professor of Management in the Owen Graduate School of Management, Vanderbilt University; Visiting Scholar at the Graduate School of Business, University of Chicago; and Distinguished Visiting Professor of Technology Management at the Graziado School of Business and Management, Pepperdine University. Since 1973, he has held periodically an appointment as a Senior Member of St. Antony's College, University of Oxford, England. His research has appeared in journals such as: Accounting Review, Decision Sciences, Operations Research, Naval Research Logistics, Management Science, University of Chicago's Journal of Business, IIE Transactions, Journal of Management Information Systems, MIS Quarterly, Computers & Security and IEEE Transactions:Engineering Management. His research and educational initiatives have been funded by grants from : Bell Atlantic- Nynex, CISCO Systems, EDS, Hughes Electronics, IBM, Perot Systems,the National Security Agency and Teradata.
PhD Cornell University, 1970 MBA University of Wisconsin - Madison, 1966 BBA (Summa Cum Laude) University of Iowa, 1965