Richelle L DaSouza

Associate Professor

Richelle L DaSouza
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College of Business & Economics

Business Info Systems & Analytics

Merrick Hall 319


Richelle DaSouza, Ph.D. is an Associate Professor in the Business Information Systems and Analytics department in the Willie A. Deese College of Business and Economics at North Carolina A&T State University. She obtained her Ph.D. from The University of North Carolina at Greensboro and B.S. and M.B.A. degrees from the University at Albany, State University of New York.

Dr. DaSouza’s research interests focus on examining the role of information systems in organizational practices and the impact of emerging technologies on individual behaviors. She publishes in top ranked IS journals and presents at numerous regional, national, and international IS conferences. She is actively involved with KPMG’s PhD Project and the Association for Information Systems (AIS). Dr. DaSouza is currently serving as the Faculty Advisor for the AIS Student Chapter and as the Program Coordinator for Business Analytics in her department.

Research Interests

Examining the Role of Information Systems in Organizational Practices
- Micro-manufacturers
- Non-profits
- Healthcare

Examining the Impact of Emerging Technology on Individual Behaviors
- e-Learning
- Mobile devices
- Social media

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Recent Publications

  • E Church, Richelle DaSouza, Olajumoke Awe (2024). (Examining the Antecedents of Return Policy Leniency in eCommerce). (1) 22, pp. 19. Journal of Ecommerce in Organizations.
  • Richelle Dasouza, E Church (2024). (Utilizing Social Networks to Improve Success Metrics in Social E-Commerce). (1) 11, The Journal of Southern Association for Information Systems.
  • Thomas Hayes, Richelle Dasouza (2021). (Related Articles vs. Social Engagement: Examining Techniques to Mitigate Misinformation on Social Media). (4) 7, Quarterly Review of Businss Disciplines.
  • Tamirat Abegaz, Cindy Smatt, Richelle Dasouza, Matt Freeman (2019). (Win or Lose: A Study on the Effects of Video Game Violence. Quarterly Review of Business Disciplines).
  • E Church, Richelle (Oakley) DaSouza (2018). (Etsy and the Long-Tail: How micro-enterprises use hyper-differentiation in online handicraft marketplaces).
  • Richelle (Oakley) DaSouza, Raul Singh (2016). (Examining Ethical Decision-Making Behavior in e-Learning Systems).
  • Richelle (Oakley) DaSouza, Al Salam (2014). (Examining the Impact of Computer-Mediated Social Networks on Individual Consumerism Environmental Behaviors).
  • Rozan Maghrabi, Richelle (Oakley) DaSouza, Hamid Nemati (2014). (The impact of self-selected identity on productive or perverse social capital in social network sites).