Jess Boronico earned his Ph.D. in operations research from the Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania. He also holds a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics and Master of Science in Mathematics, Operations Research, from Fairleigh Dickinson University. Prior to joining NYIT, Boronico served as dean of the Christos M. Cotsakos College of Business at William Paterson University, where he successfully led the college to its attainment of AACSB accreditation in 2004.

He is an active member of INFORMS and the Decisions Sciences Institute. In addition, Boronico serves on the editorial board and is an ad hoc reviewer for numerous academic journals. He has published more than 35 articles in peer-reviewed academic journals, including Production and Operations Management, Omega, and the European Journal of Operations Research. He is also a co-author of Computer Simulation in Operations Management and the editor of Studies in the Strategy and Tactics of Competitive Advantage: Management in the New Millennium.

Boronico, as a member of MENSA and the International High IQ Society, has received numerous honors and citations, including three Anbar citations of excellence, and been nominated into various Who’s Who publications, including Strathmore’s Who’s Who. He has also been inducted into several biographical listings, and has consulted for the United States Postal Service and state highway authorities.


  • ElMelegy, A. R., Mohiuddin, Q., Boronico, J. and Maasher, A. (2016) “Fostering Creative Environments: An Empirical Study of Saudi Architectural Firms,” Contemporary Management Research, 12(1), 89-119.
  • Malindretos, J., Maruffi, B. and Boronico, J. (2014) “A Framework for Assessing, Monitoring and Improving CSR Programs, Practices, Processes and Evaluation,” The Business Renaissance Quarterly, 9(1), 1-31.
  • Boronico, J., Murdy, J. and Kong, X. (2014) “Faculty Sufficiency and AACSB Accreditation Compliance within a Global University: A Mathematical Modeling Approach,” American Journal of Business Education, 7(3), 213-219.
  • Boronico, J. and Choksi, S. (2012) “Identifying peer institutions using cluster analysis,” American Journal of Business Education, 5(3), 233-244.
  • Boronico, J. and Boronico, C. (2010) “Study Abroad Perspectives on Institutional Operations,” Contemporary Issues in Education Research, 3(4), 13-20.

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