Professor of Management and Dean, College of Business
Economics, Finance and Information Systems Dept
Daytona College of Business
Daytona Beach campus

Office Hours

Daily from 9:00am till 4:00pm in COB 270<br>Please call (386) 226-6293 to check availability or make an appointment

  • Ph.D. - Doctor of Philosophy in Computer Technology in Educati, Nova Southeastern University
  • M. - Master in Aviation Management, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
  • B. - Bachelor in Professional Aeronautics, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University

  • A&P - Airframe and Powerplant Mechanic

UNIV-101 Student Success
AMT-202 Aircraft Wood, Fabric, and Finishes
AMT-208 Aircraft Landing Gear Systems
AVMT-111 Applied Science for the Aviation Technician
AVMT-112 Aviation Regulations, Records, and Documents
AVMT-115 Direct Current Electricity
AVMT-213 Aircraft Insruments and Communication/Navigation Systems
AVMT-214 Aircraft Composite Structures
AVMT-217 Aircraft Non-Metalic Structures
BA-120 Introduction to Computer-Based Systems
BA-201 Principles of Management
BA-214 Transportation Principles
BA-320 Management Information Systems
BA-336 Electronic Commerce
BA-419 Aviation Maintenance Management
BA-503A Business Foundations - Management
BA-521 Global Information Systems
BA-616 Electronic Commerce
IT-109 Introduction to Computers


REFEREED JOURNALS:
Williams, M., Rhoades, D., and Simms, T. (2013), High-Speed Rail:  Will It Change the Dynamics of U.S. Intercity Passenger Travel, World Review of Intermodal Transportation Research.  Inderscience Publishers, Vol. 4, No. 1, pp. 73-95
Arnaud, A and Williams, M. (2010),  Innovation for Sustainability: The Transformation of the Transportation System, World Review of Intermodal Transportation Research - Special Issue:  Dynamics of Innovation and Competitive Strategy in Transportation Research. Inderscience Publishers.  Vol. 3, No. 3, pp. 215-229..
Williams, M. and Rhoades, D. (2006),  Meeting the Needs of the Aviation Industry
through Aviation Maintenance Technician Schools World Review of Science, Technology, and Sustainable Development, vol. 3 (3), pp. 235-246..
Rhoades, D., Williams, M. & Green D. (2006), Imperfect Substitutes:  Competitive Analysis Failure of U.S. Intercity Passenger Rail, World Review of Intermodal Transportation Research. Inderscience Publishers.  Vol. 1, No. 1.
Rhoades, D., Reynolds, R., Waguespack, Jr., B., & Williams, M, (2005); the Effect of Line Maintenance Activity on Airline Safety Quality, Journal of Air Transportation. University of Omaha Aviation Institute.  Vol. 10, No. 1.
Grimshaw, G., Rhoades, D., & Williams, M.(2004); Selling Space:  Revitalizing Interest in Aerospace Technology Careers. World Review of Science, Technology and Sustainable Development. Inderscience Enterprises, Ltd., UK.  Vol. 1, No. 1.

OTHER REFEREED PUBLICATIONS:
Rhoades, D. and Williams, M. (2011) Intercity Transport Policy and Systems in the United States: Changing the Balance to Address Climate Change, Institute for Transport Policy Studies, Tokyo, Japan.
Reynolds, R., Fedorovich, S. & Williams, M.(2008); Human Resource Implications of Computers; chapter in the Encyclopedia of Human Resources Information Systems: Challenges in e-HRM; (July 2008).

CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS/PRESENTATIONS:
Williams, M.J., Cunningham, C.: The Use of Advanced RFID Tracking Methods for Insuring the Security and Integrity of Container Shipped Cargo; International Conference of the World Association for Sustainable Development; Brighton, United Kingdom; August, 2008.
Williams, M.J., Rhoades D.L.: Airline Distribution Systems: History, Challenges, and Solutions; Proceedings of the 2008 5th International Conference of the World Association for Sustainable Development; Brisbane, Australia; October, 2007.
Williams, M.J., Cunningham, C.: Assuring Intermodal Security Using RFID Tags on Cargo Containers; Proceedings of the 2007 5th International Conference of the World Association for Sustainable Development; Brisbane, Australia; October, 2007.
Williams, M. and Rhoades, D., A Comparison of Customer Satisfaction and On-Time Performance between Major Air Carriers and Inter-City Rail in the U.S. Proceedings of the 11th International Conference on ISO 9000 and TQM. Hong Kong, China; April 2006.
Williams, M., Rhoades, D., & Grimshaw, G., Insuring Quality in U.S. Aerospace Technical Training Proceedings of the 10th International Conference on ISO 9000 and TQM; Shanghai, China; March 2005.
Williams, M.J., Rhoades D.L.: Meeting the Needs of the Aviation Industry through Aviation Maintenance Technician Schools. Proceedings of the 2004 2nd International Conference of the World Association for Sustainable Development; Edinburgh, Scotland; November 2004.
Pedersen, D., Williams, M.; Putting a new Face on an Old Course. Proceedings of World Conference on E-Learning in Corporate, Government, Healthcare, and Higher Education; Volume 2004, Number 1; Washington DC, November 2004.
Rhoades, D., Reynolds, R., Waguespack, B., Williams, M.; Topic: The Effect of Line Maintenance Activity on Airline Safety Quality; Proceedings of the 8th International Conference on ISO 9000 and TQM. Montreal, Canada; April 2003.
Fedorovich, S., & Williams, M.; Integration of Computer Skills Throughout a Business Curriculum: A Case Study; Proceedings for the 2nd Annual Meeting of the Academy of Business and Information Technology, Pittsburgh, PA; 2002.
Williams, M.; Computer Aided Instruction in a Technical Training Environment; Proceedings for the 5th Annual Aviation Magnet School Conference, Daytona Beach, Florida. 1997.
Williams, M.; Establishing an Aircraft Maintenance Curriculum; Proceedings for the Workshop on Aircraft Maintenance Education. Tainan, Taiwan; January 1996.
Williams, M.; Use of Computer-Based Training in Technical Education; Proceedings for the Workshop on Aircraft Maintenance Education; Tainan, Taiwan; January 1996.
Williams, M.; University/Industry Cooperative/Advisory Programs; Proceedings for the Workshop on Aircraft Maintenance Education; Tainan, Taiwan; January 1996.
Williams, M.; Computer-Based Training Using "Non-Expert" Authoring Systems; ATEC 95, 34th Annual Conference; Las Vegas, Nevada; April 1995.
Williams, M.; Composite Prepreg Construction Techniques; EAA Sun 'n Fun 95; Lakeland, Florida;April 1995.
Williams, M.; Aircraft Composite Structural Repair; FAA Technical Seminar; Charlotte, North Carolina; September 1994.
Williams, M.; Repairing Aircraft Composites; AMTECH-91;  Orlando, Florida; April 1991.
Williams, M.; Fabrication of Today's Composite Aircraft; 1988 Grumman/University Technology Forum; Bethpage, New York; October 1988.


SPONSORED RESEARCH PROJECTS:
Williams, M., Odom, A., McNall, C., Mitchell, S., Myer, E., Giese, J., Kutlick, C., & Otubuah, E. U.S. Sports and Leisure Time Activities Energy Consumption Report. Sponsored by the National Motorsports Council; $5,000; 2003.
Wise, J., Williams, M., Blossom, B., Kaylor, C., Koval, K., Manjang, O., Malhas, Z., & Pryakhin, V.; A Comparative Usability Study of ATP Navigator; sponsored by Aviation Technical Publishers; $5,000; 1998.

OTHER SCHOLARLY/PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES AND PUBLICATIONS:
Dissertation Committee Member for Kelly Austin at the University of Pittsburgh.  Parental Influences on First-Generation College Students: Case Studies of Enrollment and Persistence among TRIO Participants.  Completed March 2011
Advisor for Graduate Research Project of Thomas Byers.  Airplane Maintenance Economics Forecasts of the Original Equipment Manufacturer and Their Effect on Airline Operations Budgeting.  Completed August, 2009. 
Dissertation Committee Member for Robert Walker at Colorado Technical University.  FAA-PMA: A Safety Quality and Cost Management Solution for the Aviation Industry.  Completed September 2008.
Reviewed a scholarly paper entitled Electric Vehicle:  A futuristic approach to reduced pollution for an edition of the World Review for Intermodal Transportation Research (2007).
Reviewed a book entitled Box Boats:  How Container Ships Changed the World in the World Review for Intermodal Transportation Research (upcoming edition - 2007).
Advisor for Graduate Research Project of Jeffrey Battle.  The Impact of PMA Parts on the Commercial Airline Engine Overhaul Industry.  Completed January, 2006. 
Reviewed a scholarly paper entitled Deregulation of Railroads and Future Development Scenarios in Europe – Analysis of the Privatization Process taken place in US, UK and Sweden for an edition of the World Review for Intermodal Transportation Research (2006).
Advisor for Graduate Research Project of Pamela Santoro.  The Impact of PMA Parts on the Commercial Airline Engine Overhaul Industry.  Completed January, 2006. 
Reviewed a scholarly paper entitled A Global Electronic Market for Logistics Services in the World Review for Intermodal Transportation Research (2005).
Advisor for Graduate Research Project of George Grimshaw.  An Assessment of the Need for a Certification Program for Technicians Who Work on Space Vehicles.  Completed June, 2003.
Williams, M.; Training Aviation Maintenance Technicians with Information Retrieval Systems - a dissertation submitted to the School of Computer and Information Sciences; Nova Southeastern University; 2000.
Review of the computer game SimCity 2000; Hypernexus – Journal of Hypermedia and Multimedia Studies, Fall/Winter 1994-95.

PROFESSIONAL GROWTH ACTIVITIES:
RFID+ Certification Course, Orlando, Florida, 8 hours, May, 2011
FACD 800 – Instructional Use of Blackboard; presented through Embry-Riddle Worldwide Online Campus; October, 2008.
FACD 802 – Supporting Online Learners; presented through Embry-Riddle Worldwide Online Campus; September, 2008.
Network + Certification Course, Daytona Beach Community College, 42 hours, Spring 2002.
Boeing 737NG General Familiarization, Delta Airlines, Atlanta Georgia, 3 hours, March 2000.
Introduction to MicroStation at ERAU by vendor trainer, Daytona Beach, Florida, 32 hours, December 1997.
Emergency Medical Technician at Daytona Beach Community College, 160 hours, 1995
FlightSafety’s Principles of Troubleshooting, Course, at Daytona Beach, Florida, 16 hours, August 1993.
Basic Ultrasonic Inspection at MQS Training Group, Chicago, Illinois, 40 hours, February 1993.
Advanced Composite Repair Course at the Cessna Training Center, Wichita, Kansas, 40 Hours, March 1986.
Advanced Aircraft Composites Course at Mississippi State University, Starkville, Mississippi, 40 Hours, March 1986.
Introduction to Aircraft Composites Course at the University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kansas, 16 Hours, March, 1985.
Vocational/Technical Course Development at the University of Central Florida, Daytona Beach Campus. An undergraduate course on technical course development and presentation, 1984.

Florida Air National Guard, Aircraft Technician, 1982-83.
U.S. Air Force, Aircraft Technician, 1976-1982

COMPTIA RFID+ Certification – 2011
Outstanding Teacher Award Nominee
, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, Daytona Beach Campus, Spring 2007.
Who’s Who Among America’s Teachers, 2006 edition.
Who’s Who Among America’s Teachers, 2005 edition.
Who’s Who Among America’s Teachers, 2004 edition.
Faculty Appreciation Award, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University Senior Class, Spring 2001.
Volusia County Volunteer Firefighter/EMT, 1993-2003
FAA Designated Mechanic Examiner, 1990-2001.
Department of Technology Chair’s Award
, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, Spring 1998.
Faculty Appreciation Award, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University Senior Class, Spring 1994.
Aircraft Maintenance Instructor of the Year.  Aircraft Technician Education Council (ATEC) presented in Salt Lake City, Utah, 1992.
AMT Faculty Member of the Year, Aircraft Maintenance Technology Department, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, Daytona Beach, Florida, 1992.
Aircraft Maintenance Technology Fellowship Award.  Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, Daytona Beach, Florida, 1984.