Soh Hyun Chu is a PhD student in Operations and Business Analytics at the Fisher College of Business. She earned a Master of Operations Management and a Bachelor of Business Administration from Seoul National University in South Korea. Prior to joining Fisher, she previously worked for KB Credit Card as an associate manager. Her research interest lies in exploring Social Sustainability issues in the field of Operations Management through problem-driven empirical studies. Her current works focus on mitigating the tradeoff between completion time and worker safety, and quantifying/ranking the impacts of diverse social issues within the global supply chain.
S.H. Chu, E. Bendoly, J. Hill. Mitigating Trade-offs between Safety and Completion Time: Public Relative Performance Feedback and Best Practice Sharing.
S.H. Chu, C. Blanco, J. Hill. Quantifying and Ranking the Impact of Social Sustainability Issues in Public Firms and their Supply Chains.
S.H. Chu. Distinguishing Corporate Social Responsibility and Social Sustainability.
J. Hill, S. H. Chu, I. Blount. Inclusive Sourcing: Exploring the Inequalities that Exist in Procurement and Contracting that Adversely Affect Minority Businesses.
S.H. Chu, J. Hill, E. Bendoly. Exploring Synergies from Social and Environmental Sustainability.
T. Kotsi, S.H. Chu, J. Hill. Surplus Medicine Donations Corporate Social Responsibility – Supply Chain Coordination.
BUSOBA 3230 - Introduction to Operations Management: Improving Competitiveness in Organizations
Full-time instructor summer of 2022, 4.9/5.0 instructor evaluation.