Kellie Keeling, PhD

Daniels 590
Chair, Department of Business Information and Analytics; Associate Professor
Department of Business Information and Analytics

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Biography at a Glance

Kellie Keeling is chair and associate professor for the Daniels College of Business Department of Business Information and Analytics. She was formerly the program director for the Business Analytics undergraduate major. Her research and teaching interests include statistical programming, data mining and statistical analysis, data visualization, and text mining. She co-chairs the Data, Analytics and Statistics Instruction (DASI) Specific Interest Group for DSI and SEDSI. Previously, she held academic positions with Virginia Tech, Texas Christian University and Wayland Baptist University.


  • PhD, Management Science, University of North Texas
  • MBA, Business Information Systems, Wayland Baptist University
  • BS, Mathematics, Wayland Baptist University

Academic Positions Held

  • Assistant Professor, Daniels College of Business University of Denver
  • Assistant Professor, Virginia Tech
  • Visiting Professor, Texas Christian University
  • Adjunct Professor, Wayland Baptist University


  • Reading mysteries, forensic science and espionage books
  • Putting together jigsaw puzzles
  • Playing the oboe