As students at The Ohio State University kick off another academic year today, Fisher College of Business is welcoming a dozen new faculty members, including three new faces in the Center for Operational Excellence-affiliated Department of Management Sciences.
Joining Management Sciences this fall are:
Elliot Bendoly, who comes to Fisher as a full professor. Most recently an associate professor of information systems and operations management and a Caldwell Research Fellow at Emory University’s Goizueta Business School, Bendoly is a widely published researcher. His current interests include the interface between operations, information technology and psychology; and operations/strategy/technology alignment.
Nathan Craig, who joins the department as an assistant professor. His teaching experience includes courses in operations management and stochastic modeling as well as custom and executive-education programs at Harvard Business School and the University of Chicago Booth School of Business. His research interests focus on retail supply chains, including capital structure and liquidation in the retail industry as well as mechanisms for improved manufacturer service levels.
John Draper, who joins Fisher from Ohio State’s Department of Statistics as a senior lecturer. His teaching experiences at Ohio State also include statistics in business, engineering and sports as well as biostatistics courses for graduate-level students in the College of Public Health and Dentistry.
Read more about the new Management Sciences professors and other new faces at Fisher at the college’s website.