The prestigious Operations Research and Supply Chain Management (MSM-ORSC) program at Weatherhead employs curriculum that empowers students to make a substantial and measurable impact in national and global operations and supply chain management. MSM-ORSC graduates go on to be highly knowledgeable professionals who are well-prepared to make their companies more efficient and competitive.
A significant part of what makes this program so successful is the dedicated faculty supporting, coaching and challenging the students during their time at Weatherhead. MSM-ORSC students recognize this support, which is why faculty in the program have a long-standing reputation of being nominated for, and winning, Weatherhead’s Faculty Teaching Excellence Award. This student-nominated award recognizes faculty who exemplify excellence in graduate teaching. For more than 30 years, faculty in the MSM-ORSC program have been the recipients of this award, exemplifying students’ respect and admiration for their professors.
Get to know the MSM-ORSC faculty members who have received the Teaching Excellence Award:
Daniel Solow, Co-Director, MSM-ORSC, Professor, Operations
- 1981 Faculty Teaching Excellence Award
- 2009 Faculty Teaching Excellence Award
- 2014 Faculty Teaching Excellence Award
- 2018 Faculty Teaching Excellence Award
Kamlesh Mathur, Co-Director of MSM-Business Analytics Program, Department Chair, Operations, Professor, Operations
- 1983 Faculty Teaching Excellence Award
- 2013 Faculty Teaching Excellence Award
George Variaktarakis, Co-Director, MSM-ORSC, Professor, Operations
- 2012 Faculty Teaching Excellence Award
Alireza Kabirian, Co-Director, MSM-ORSC, Associate Professor, Operations
- 2016-2017 Faculty Teaching Excellence Award
Visit the faculty page for more information on the MSM-Operations Research & Supply Chain Management Faculty.
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