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Matthews, Kevin

Assistant Professor

Analytics & Information Systems Department
Copeland 222


  • Ph.D., Information Systems, Clemson University, 2019
  • M.S., Computer Science & Information Systems, University of North Carolina Wilmington, 2008
  • B.S., Computer Science, Methodist University, 2005


Peer-reviewed Journal Articles

  • Roth, P. L., Bobko, P., Thatcher, J. B, Matthews, K. D., Ellingson, J. E., & Goldberg, C. (in press). Political affiliation and employment screening decisions: The role of similarity and identification processes. Journal of Applied Psychology.
  • Polites, G. L., Serrano, C., Thatcher, J. B., & Matthews, K. (2018). Understanding social networking site (SNS) identity from a dual systems perspective: An investigation of the dark side of SNS use. European Journal of Information Systems, 27(5), 600–621.
  • Matthews, K., Janicki, T., He, L., & Patterson, L. (2012). Implementation of an Automated Grading System with an Adaptive Learning Component to Affect Student Feedback and Response Time. Journal of Information Systems Education, 23(1), 71–83.

Refereed Conference


  • Goldberg, C., Roth, P. L., Thatcher, J. B, Matthews, K. D., & Ahmad, A. (2018). The Effects of Religion on the Evaluation of Social Media Profiles in Hiring. 2018 Southern Management Association Annual Meeting. Lexington, KY.
  • London, J., Matthews, K. D., Grover, V. (2017) On Meaning and Measurement: A Review of Content Validity in IS. 2017 Americas Conference on Information Systems Proceedings. Boston, MA.
  • Roth, P. L., Bobko, P., Thatcher, J. B, Matthews, K. D., Ellingson, J. E., & Goldberg, C. (2017) Political Affiliation and Employment Screening Decisions: The Role of Similarity and Disidentification. 2017 Annual Academy of Management Meeting Proceedings. Atlanta, GA.
  • Esposito, M. and Matthews, K. D. (2015). Introducing Quality of Access Continuity: The Positive and Negative Effects of a Technology Affordance. 2015 DIGIT Proceedings. Fort Worth, TX.
  • Matthews, K. D., Thatcher, J. B., Sun, H., and Roth, P. L. (2014). Working Toward a Post-Adoptive Model (PAM): Initial Steps for a Meta-Analysis of Post-Adoptive System Use. 2014 DIGIT Proceedings. Auckland, New Zealand.