A New Dean for the College of Business and Information Systems at South Carolina State

Matthew Waritay Guah is the new dean of the College of Business and Information Systems at South Carolina State University. He is a professor of management at the university. He has served as chair of the business administration and information systems department since 2014. His primary research focuses on business systems in healthcare organizations toward reforming healthcare delivery processes and performance evaluation.

“I am thrilled to be a part of the team at the College of Business and Information Systems as this next amazing chapter unfolds. I look forward to working with everyone at the college and the university to further strengthen this mission and to amplify its impact in the world.” he said.

Dr. Guah holds a Ph.D. in information systems and management controls from Warwick University in England. He has worked at universities in Netherlands, Austria, Hawaii, and United Kingdom.

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