Keith O. Hunter
Since earning his Ph.D. in Organizational Behavior and Management
at Carnegie Mellon University in 2011, Keith Hunter has been
conducting research at the intersection of social networks,
organizational behavior and leadership. A veteran of the US Navy
with 12 years of industrial experience as a software engineer, Dr.
Hunter has applied agent-based simulation and social network
analysis techniques to modeling small combat teams, managerial
decision-makers, automobile consumers, families seeking affordable
housing, and relational structures within organizations. Keith also
holds Bachelor's and Master's degrees in computer
science from the University of Central Florida and a Master of
Philosophy in Public Policy and Management from Carnegie Mellon
PhD. Organizational Behavior and Management - Carnegie Mellon University
MPh. Public Policy and Management - Carnegie Mellon University
MSc. Computer Science - University of Central Florida
BSc. Computer Science - University of Central Florida
Associate of Arts - Valencia Community College
Member, Graduate Program Committee
Member, University Information Technology Committee
Representative, USFFA Policy Board
Member, Faculty Governance Council
Informal Social Networks
Organization Development and Change
Agent-based Modeling and Simulation
- MBA 6014 - Leadership, Teams and Organizations
- BUS 304 - Management and Organizational Dynamics
"Mean or Misunderstood? Obstacles to Women Receiving
Mentorship from Other Women in Law" to be presented
at Academy of Legal Studies in Business 2013.
"Service Learning and Business Students: Enhancing
Organizational Behavior Knowledge through Community Action."
Ongoing work with Monika Hudson presented at Colleagues in Jesuit
Business Education 2012, Los Angeles, July 2012.
"Balance Theory and Planned Organizational Network Change,"
presented at the INSNA Sunbelt Social Networks Conference, San
Diego, CA, March 2009.
"Structural Facilitators of Organizational Network Change,"
presented at the Academy of Management Annual Meeting,
Philadelphia, PA, August 2007.
"Agent-based Modeling of Housing Mobility," presented at the
INFORMS Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 2005.
"Talent on Task: Core Decisions and Agents," presented at the
NAACSOS Annual Conference, Pittsburgh, PA. June 2003.
"A Naturalistic Decision Making Model for the Agent Based
Simulation of Human Combatants," presented at the 9th Annual
Conference on Human Behavior Representation and Computer Generated
Forces, Orlando, FL, June 2000
Hart, W.E. and Keith Hunter (1999) "A Performance Analysis of
Evolutionary Pattern Search with Generalized Mutation Steps,"
Proceedings of the First Congress on Evolutionary Computation,
Theory Session 1, Washington, D.C.
External Research Advisory Board, Women's Initiative for Self-Employment
Alumni Association Board, CMU Heinz College
Panelist and Evaluator, First Graduate
Guest Speaker, Lead America