David Huff, Director of Online Programs in Supply Chain Management, Clinical Professor of Supply Chain and Information Systems
David Huff has more than 12 years of teaching experience with expertise in sales-force incentives, project management, inventory management, and Lean Six Sigma. Professor Huff began teaching college courses while still just an undergraduate student himself. While a sophomore attending Utah State University he was asked to be the instructor for a section of College Algebra, Math 101, and has been teaching ever since. While finsihing his Ph.D., David spent the last two years in visiting positions, first at the Eccles School of Business at the University of Utah and then at the Stern School of Business at New York University. David teaches Supply Chain Management and Management Science courses for Penn State's undergraduate and graduate programs.
Norm Aggon has 26 years of experience in various executive and supply chain management positions including work for Pfizer, Engelhard and Tarmac, Ltd., and Chemstone Corporations.
Saurabh Bansal, assistant professor of supply chain management, is an accomplished researcher with an emphasis in supply chain modeling. He also collaborates with firms to develop new forecasting and optimization models to improve business performance.
Gary L. Gittings
Gary Gittings is director of the MPS/SCM Program whose research focuses on freight transport and logistics policy, with particular emphasis on infrastructure finance, decision-making, and investment.
John Jordan previously worked for management and technology consulting firms including Capgemini and CSC Consulting.
John Langley, Jr.
John Langley Jr. was named one of the “Top Five Logistics Leaders” by the Logistics and Supply Chain Forum and was the recipient of the Council of Supply Chain Professionals Distinguished Service Award.
Vidya Mani has research expertise in retail operations, pharmaceutical operations, and empirical research in supply chain and a consultant on projects with companies such as Office Depot and governmental organizations like UNICEF and GIDEP.
Susan Purdum has twenty years of industry experience working for Avery Dennison Corporation, Johnson & Johnson, and The Hershey Company and has consulted for a number of firms.
Ralph Sees is a retired Army colonel with 27 years of active duty experience in medical supply chain management and healthcare operations within the Department of Defense.
Alan Stenger has engaged in a wide range of educational and consulting activities both in the United States and abroad, including work with companies in the chemical, pharmaceutical, consumer packaged goods, glass, information technology, and railroad industries.
Evelyn A. Thomchick
Evelyn Thomchick has research expertise in international logistics and transportation policy, having served on a systems design team that studied the U.S. air cargo transportation system at the NASA Langley Research Center in Virginia.