Jamison M. Day, Ph.D.    (3YLY)

Assistant Professor of Supply Chain Management Department of Decision and Information Sciences Bauer College of Business at the University of Houston    (3YLZ)

Jamison M. Day is an Assistant Professor of Supply Chain Management in the Bauer College of Business at the University of Houston. Prior to obtaining his Ph.D. in Operations Management and Decision Science at the Indiana University Kelley School of Business, he served as the Chief Technology Officer of Advanteq, LLC, a technology and business development firm. He has over 12 years of experience in information system and decision support technology and his clients include Microsoft, American Red Cross, Pain Enterprises, and the Journal of American History.    (3YM0)

Currently, Jamison’s primary focus centers on integrating theory from complexity science and supply chain management to improve inter-organizational coordination in disaster relief efforts. His other research interests include supply chain bullwhip effect (order variance magnification) mitigation strategies, coordination of distributed solution methodologies, and intuition refinement. He has published articles appearing in publications including Decision Sciences, European Journal of Operational Research, OMEGA, International Journal of Logistics Systems and Management, and World Energy Monthly Review. His findings have been presented at several regional and national conferences. He is a research associate for the Center for Public Policy and a member of the Decision Sciences journal editorial review board.    (3YM1)

Jamison is an accomplished educator and has won the Panschar Award for the “Outstanding Associate Instructor of the Year” at Indiana University. He has also been awarded several academic honors including a Doctoral Fellowship Award, the Richard & Virginia Stoner Scholarship, and the Indiana University Distinguished Alumni Scholarship Association Award.    (3YM2)

Jamison is currently a member of Decision Sciences Institute (DSI), INFORMS, the Production and Operations Management Society (POMS), and the Academy of Management (AoM). He serves on the board of directors for Shanmar, Inc. and the Houston chapter of APICS (the Society for Operations Management).    (3YM3)