Han Reichgelt is a professor of information systems and decision sciences in the School of Information Systems and Management in St. Petersburg and director of the college's Institute for Data Analytics and Visualization. He has been with USF since 2014 and specializes in research areas such as higher education policy, online education, data analytics and health information technology, among others. His passion for information systems stems from his deep interest in how computing affects everyday life.
Reichgelt is a Pega Certified Business Architect as well as a member of the Association for Computing Machinery. He serves as the director of the college's Institute for Data Analytics and Visualization and has had his courses recognized by Quality Matters. Reichgelt’s work has been published in refereed journals including the Journal of Information Systems Education and the Franklin Business & Law Journal. In 2018, he and USF economics instructor Rebecca Harris released important research on the cost of domestic violence in Pinellas County.
Reichgelt earned a PhD from the University of Edinburgh and a master's degree from Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen.
- Ainscough, T.L., Shank, T. & Reichgelt, J. (2019). Is globalization still relevant to domestic growth in ASEAN?. Business Journal for Entrepreneurs, 2019(2), 63-75.
- Zhang, C., Reichgelt, J., Rutherfoord, R. & Wang, A. (2014). Developing health information technology (HIT) programs and HIT curriculum: The Southern Polytechnic State University Experience. Journal of Information Systems Education, 25(4), 295-304.
- Reichgelt, J. (2013). Cloud computing in support of applied learning: A baseline study of infrastructure design at Southern Polytechnic State University. Information Systems Education Journal, 11(2), 15-22.