Ph.D., Business Administration, University of Rochester
M.S., Mathematics, Brigham Young University
B.A., Mathematics, Utah State University
Dr. David Huff is clinical professor of supply chain management and director of Online Graduate Programs in Supply Chain Management. Previously, he held visiting professorships at NYU and Utah. He teaches supply chain management, operations management, business statistics, and management science for undergraduate, graduate and executive students. He consistently receives top ratings and teaching awards, most recently receiving the award for best MBA Supply Chain Professor in 2017.
Ph.D., Supply Chain Management, Penn State
MBA, Business Administration, University of Missouri, Columbia
B.B.A., Marketing, Prince of Songkla University, Thailand
Dr. Kusamal Ruamsook is a research associate of the Center for Supply Chain Research and an instructor of supply chain and information systems. Dr. Ruamsook's research spans the areas of international sourcing, international logistics, supply chain and logistics management, and sustainable and socially responsible supply chain.
Ph.D., Engineering Management, Clemson University
M.S., Management, Clemson University
B.S., Psychology, Penn State
Dr. Evelyn Thomchick, CTL, is an associate professor of supply chain. She is a research affiliate at the Larson Pennsylvania Transportation Institute and the Center for Supply Chain Research. She has taught a wide variety of courses in logistics and supply chain management. Dr. Thomchick served as editor of the Transportation Journal and was a member of the APICS Supply Chain Council Board of Directors. She currently serves on the APICS Research, Innovation, and Strategy Committee.