T. Jerome Holleran Professor of Business Ethics and Social Responsibility; Professor of Operations Research

Education:
  • Princeton University - A.B. - 1971
  • Vanderbilt University - Ph.D. - 1974
  • University of Tennessee - Ph.D. - 1984
Areas of Expertise:
  • Ethics & Cross-Cultural Management
  • Operations Research
Teaching and Research Interests:
  • Operations research and mathematical programming, international business ethics, cross-cultural issues.
Awards:
  • Sustained Teaching Excellence Award, B.S. Business Administration Program, Tepper School of Business - 2009
  • INFORMS Fellow Award for significant contributions to the advancement of operations research and the management sciences - 2007
  • Tepper School of Business Distinguished Academic Service Award for leadership in undergraduate Business Administration Program - 2001
  • INFORMS Computing Society Prize, Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences - 1992
Editorial Positions:
  • Springer-Verlag (Editorial Advisory Board), 2005-
  • Journal of Business Ethics Education (founding Editor-in-Chief), 2002-
  • Journal on Heuristics (Associate Editor), 1995-2010
  • Management Science (Associate Editor), 1989-1994
  • INFORMS Journal on Computing (Area Editor), 1989-2009
Other Professional Activities:
  • Chair, ACP Distinguished Service Award Committee 2012
  • Chair, ACP Dissertation Award Committee 2012
  • Co-organizer, Conferences on International Corporate Responsibility (Pittsburgh 2002, Amsterdam 2004, Hong Kong 2006, Doha 2008)
  • Co-organizer, CP-AI-OR 2009 conference, Pittsburgh 2009
  • Executive Committee, Association for Constraint Programming (ACP) 2009-2012
  • Director, Center for International Corporate Responsibility, Carnegie Mellon University 2003-2013
  • Chair, ICS Prize Committee 2000
  • Co-organizer, First International Conference on AI and OR 1995
  • Chair, INFORMS Computing Society (ICS) 1995
Visiting Positions:
  • State University of Campinas, Brazil, 2012
  • London School of Economics 2008; also part-time 2009-2011
  • Carnegie Mellon University, Qatar Campus 2004
  • Hong Kong Polytechnic University 2001
  • Hong Kong Polytechnic University 2001
  • Bilkent University, Turkey 1999
  • Shanghai Economic Management College, China 1998
  • Monash University, Australia 1997
  • Africa University, Zimbabwe 1997
  • Aarhus University, Denmark 1991-1992
  • Centre for AI and Robotics, Bangalore, India 1989, 1992
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