Dr. Bonnie Boardman
Senior Lecturer & Undergraduate Advisor
Office: Woolf Hall, 420 N
|Ph.D.||Industrial Engineering, University of Arkansas, 1997|
|M.S.||Industrial Engineering, Texas A&M University, 1992|
|B.S.||Industrial Engineering, University of Arkansas, 1991|
|2004-Present||Senior Lecturer, The University of Texas at Arlington|
|1999-2004||Assistant Professor, The University of Texas at Arlington|
|1998-1999||Visiting Assistant Professor, University of Arkansas|
|1993-1994||Senior Engineer, U.S. Army Logistics Support Agency|
Dr. Boardman's main research interests are in the areas of logistics and engineering education. Other research interest areas include the development of scheduling algorithms and decision support systems and adapting and applying industrial engineering methodologies and techniques to the service industry.
Dr. Boardman is active in numerous technical and professional organizations. She is the student advisor for the UTA Alpha Pi Mu, the National Industrial Engineering honor society and a co-sponsor of the APICS student chapter, the Association for Operations Management.
- Abu-Suleiman, A., B. Boardman, J. Priest, "A Framework for an Integrated Supply Chain Performance Management System," Proceedings of the 2004 Industrial Engineering Research Conference, Houston, TX, May 2004, Refereed Research Article and Presentation.
- Abu-Suleiman, A., D.B. Pratt, B. Boardman, "The modified critical ratio: towards sequencing with a continuous decision domain," International Journal of Production Research, V. 43, N. 15, August 2005, 3287-3296.
- Barcia, K.F., B.S. Boardman and M.E. Johnson, "A Comparison Between Factory Waste and Office Waste: Live Simulation Case Study in an Office Environment", Proceedings of the BITWorld 2002 Conference, Guayaquil, Ecuador, June 2002, Refereed Research Article and Presentation.
- Boardman, B.S. and L. Peterson, "Freshman Engineering Courses: Discipline Specific vs. Interdisciplinary Approaches," Proceedings of the 2003 ASEE Gulf-Southwest Annual Conference, Arlington, TX, January 2003, Refereed Research Article and Presentation.
- Boardman, Bonnie & Lynn. Peterson, "Lessons Learned in a New Implementation of an Interdisciplinary Freshman Engineering Course", Proceedings of the 2004 ASEE Gulf-Southwest Annual Conference (on CD), Texas Tech University, March 10-12, 2004.Refereed Research Article and Presentation.
- Jiang, B. and B.S. Boardman, "Improve Competitive Capabilities and Business Performance by Supply Chain Integration," Applied Computing and Informatics Journal, V. 2, N. 2, February 2004.