Clinton Daniel is an associate professor of instruction in the School of Information Systems and Management teaching undergraduate and graduate level courses in business intelligence, business data communications, business application development, distributed information systems, managing information resources, case method publications, systems analysis and design, and cybersecurity. Additionally, Daniel teaches special topic courses promoted by USF business partners in cybersecurity, healthcare analytics, computational problem solving, and various programming languages. He is currently the academic director of the Undergraduate Business Analytics & Information Systems program.
In July of 2022, he was awarded a $630,000 Florida Department of Education grant (Cybersecurity/IT Educational Pathways) through a joint endeavor with the Florida Center for Cybersecurity titled “The Modernization of Digital Information Technology”. This grant project is funded throughout 2023 and is designed to modernize an introductory 8th – 12th grade State of Florida course titled, “Digital Information Technology” with updated concepts in information technology, cybersecurity, and other skills needed in today’s high-tech business environment. More information about this grant can be found here: https://www.usf.edu/business/news/2022/07-22-cybergrant-daniel.aspx
Before joining the USF faculty in 2014, he worked in several information technology roles for the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, including managing a data warehouse for seven VA medical centers and developing business intelligence solutions for the VA and its customers. He had a prior career in physical therapy, both in private practice and in the U.S. Army as a combat medic and physical therapy specialist.
Daniel earned a Doctor of Business Administration degree in 2018 and a master's degree in Management Information Systems in 2006. Both degrees were awarded from the University of South Florida. His current research interests include design science research, social media analytics, case research, and cybersecurity.