Anthony Rodi joined the University of Pittsburgh Joseph M. Katz Graduate School Of Business in 2015, where he teaches a variety of courses around Information Systems at the undergraduate and MBA levels. He has been awarded for teaching excellence by the 2016 Katz part-time MBA students, who recognized him as the “Outstanding Teacher of the Year.” He has developed and delivered new elective courses for undergraduate and master’s level courses in Information Systems Ethics and has developed a pilot online course in the part-time Professional MBA program. In addition to teaching, he is active within the university, building internal relationships across disciplines and departments. He serves as faculty advisor for student organizations and clubs in both the College of Business Administration and the Katz Graduate School of Business. He also serves as faculty advisor for undergraduate Business Case Competition teams and actively participates in University committees.
Prior to joining the Katz School, Rodi taught at California University of Pennsylvania. During his tenure, he achieved excellence in teaching across disciplines, including Computer Information Systems and Leadership and Business, while also building new degree programs, providing student mentoring and guidance, contributing to course development, and conducting extensive service both inside and outside of the university. In addition to teaching, Anthony was the Principal Investigator (PI)/Director, leading a multi-million dollar Department of Defense joint contract between California University of Pennsylvania and Carnegie Mellon University Robotics Institute.
Prior to his academic career, Anthony had 25 years of industry experience.
He is a member of the following organizations: