Rudolph Bedeley

Rudy Bedeley

Assistant Professor of Business Systems, Analytics & Data Science [Joint Appointment in the College of Sciences & Mathematics]

Jack C. Massey College of Business, College of Sciences & Mathematics

Ph.D., UNC-Greensboro, Analytics/Business Intelligence Applications & Impact on Healthcare Organizations; Master's in information Systems & Technology Management, University of Delaware.

Location: Jack C. Massey Center 446



Rudolph T. Bedeley joined Belmont University in Fall 2022 as an Assistant Professor of Business Systems, Analytics, and Data Science. He completed his Ph.D. in Information Systems from the Bryan School of Business and Economics at the University of North Carolina, Greensboro in 2017, and obtained two M.S. degrees in Civil Engineering and Information/Technology Management from the University of Delaware in 2010 and 2013 respectively. He is an interdisciplinary faculty member who teaches in both the College of Business and the College of Sciences & Math at Belmont University.   

Dr. Bedeley’s teaching interests are in the areas of Business Analytics, Data Mining, Data Science, Database Systems, and Managing Information Systems. Prior to joining Belmont, Dr. Bedeley Has developed and taught Data Mining courses to undergraduate and graduate students at UMass Amherst since 2017.   

His research interest centers on how analytics, business intelligence and data mining techniques/processes improve organizational performance. He is also interested in understanding how tools of analytics & business intelligence (A&BI); data mining and/or machine learning might be employed to better manage, organize, analyze healthcare organizations data for improved performance. 

Dr. Bedeley has published his scholarly research work in the: Journal of Computer Information Systems (JCIS) and the Communication of the Association of Information Systems (CAIS); under review top tier journals such as: Journal of Management Information Systems, Journal of Information Technology, and Information & Management Journal;  or presented in conferences such as: International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS), American Association on Information Systems (AMCIS), Southern Association on Information Systems (SAIS), and Global Information Technology Management Association (GITMA). Additionally, he has also published a book chapter and collaborated with a colleague Assistant Professor in his previous institution and other renowned global research faculty members to secure a grant through the World University Alliance (WUN) program in 2018. 

He currently serves on the Belmont Data Collaborative Initiative committee led by Dr. Charlie Apigian where he participates in outreach programs designed to arouse interest in data literacy/fluence or the use data to tell stories and help Nashville communities flourish.