Ph.D. State University of New York at Buffalo (SUNYaB), 1992. Major: Management Science. Minor: Industrial Engineering.
M.B.A., SUNYaB, 1986. Concentrations in Management Science and Marketing.
B.S., Civil Engineering, SUNYaB, 1985.
Graduate of Theodore Roosevelt School #43, 1975.
Certification: Certified Production and Inventory Manager (CPIM), 1989.
Professor of Operations and Environmental Management, Graduate School of Management, Clark University, June 2002-Present.
Visiting Scholar - University of Oviedo, Gijon, Spain - May-June 2010.
Sea-Sky Scholar - School of Management, Dalian University of Technology (Dalian, China) - 2008-2010.
Visiting Scholar - MESPOM Program, Central European University (Budapest, Hungary) and Lund University (Sweden) - May-July 2006.
Visiting Scholar - BRASS Institute, Cardiff University, Wales, May-July 2005.
Associate Professor of Operations Management, Clark University , September 1996-June 2002.
Associate Professor (with Tenure), University of Texas at Arlington, August 1995-August 1996.
Assistant Professor, University of Texas at Arlington, August 1991- August 1995. Developed Course Curriculum for Graduate Program in Production and Operations Management.
Lecturer/Teaching Assistant, SUNYaB, Spring 1987-1990. Taught introductory courses in Production and Operations Management and Management Information Systems.
Lecturer, Canisius College, Buffalo, NY, Spring-Fall 1987.
Updated: June, 2010