Supply Chain Management
James Stock is Distinguished University Professor and Frank Harvey Endowed Professor of Marketing. An internationally-recognized expert in supply chain management, logistics, and reverse logistics/product returns, Stock has authored 150+ publications and several books, including Strategic Logistics Management, Fundamentals of Logistics Management, Development and Implementation of Reverse Logistics Programs, and Reverse Logistics. Stock earned BS and MBA degrees from University of Miami (Florida) and a PhD from The Ohio State University.
Donna Davis, Associate Professor of Marketing, conducts research on supply chain sustainability and brand management in supply chains. Her most recent publications examine cross-border logistics at the U.S./Canadian border. Davis' work is published in several supply chain management and marketing journals, and she is Senior Associate Editor of the International Journal of Physical Distribution & Logistics Management. Davis earned a BA degree from Maryville College and MBA and PhD degrees from the University of Tennessee.
Richard Plank, Professor of Marketing, focuses his research on the buyer/seller interaction in
business markets. Plank has been published in numerous scholarly publications, and
is also co-author of a book, Fundamentals of Business Marketing Research. His work
has been cited more than 1,400 times in peer-reviewed journals. Plank earned a BS
from Saint Peter's College, an MBA from Seton Hall University, and a PhD from City
University of New York.
Robert Hooker, Assistant Professor of Marketing, examines the use of technology and innovation
in marketing and supply chain management in his research. Selected work on sustainability
and open innovation has been published in journals including the Journal of Purchasing
and Supply Management and MIS Quarterly Executive. Hooker earned BS, MBA and PhD degrees
from Florida State University.
Jeannette Mena, Assistant Professor of Marketing, conducts research on marketing strategy, international
marketing, and supply chain management. Her research has been published in several
publications, including the Academy of Management Journal and Journal of International
Business Studies. Mena earned BA and MBA degrees from the University of Puerto Rico,
a master's degree from Florida International University, and a PhD degree from Michigan
Kerry Walsh, Instructor of Marketing, has a long career in Supply Chain Management. Walsh works with large European and Asian firms setting up their sourcing and logistics processes for their emerging US based companies. Additionally, Walsh has started several private label import programs for major US office product superstores. Walsh earned a BA from the University of California, Santa Barbara, and an MS degree from the University of South Florida.