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University of Arkansas
Ph.D.
Industrial Engineering
M.S.
Industrial Engineering
University of Arkansas
B.S.
Industrial Engineering
January 2004
January 2013
Senior Lecturer
The University of Texas at Arlington
January 1999
January 2004
Assist Professor
The University of Texas at Arlington
January 1998
January 1999
Visiting Assistant Professor
The University of Texas at Arlington
January 1993
January 1994
Senior Engineer
U.S. Army Logistics Support Agency
August 2005
Ongoing
Membership
American Society of Engineering Education (ASEE)
August 1990
Ongoing
Membership
Alpha Pi Mu
August 1987
Ongoing
Membership
Institute of Industrial Engineers (IIE)
Research Interest
Dr. Boardman's main research interests are in the areas of logistics and engineering eductiation. 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.
2014
Boardman, B., Barasch, L. & Michael, N.. (2013). Homework Menu System for an Interdisciplinary, Introductory Course , 6th Annual FYEE Conference, College Station, TX.
Conference Proceeding
Published
2013
Boardman, B. (2013). An iPhone Application Developed for Time Study Practice, ASEE GSW Annual Conference, Arlington, TX
Conference Proceeding
Published
2013
Boardman, B. & Peterson, L. (2013). A Study of Team Underachievers in an Introduction to Engineering Course, 5th Annual FYEE Conference, Pittsburgh, PA
Conference Proceeding
Published
2012
Boardman, Bonnie. (2012). No app for that? Write one!. Industrial Engineer: IE, 44(3), 44-48.
Journal Article
Published
2005
N. F. Mandahawi and B. S. Boardman. "A Decision Support System to Minimize a Set of Performance Measures under a Sequence Dependent Setup Time Constraint," presented at Proceedings of the 2005 Industrial Engineering Research Conference, Atlanta, GA, May 2005.
Conference Paper
Published
2005
Abu-Suleiman, A. & Pratt, B. B. (2005, August). The modified critical ratio: towards sequencing with a continuous decision domain. International Journal of Production Research, 43(15), 3287-3296.
Journal Article
Accepted
2004
Jiang, B. & Boardman, B. S. (2004, February). Improve Competitive Capabilities and Business Performance by Supply Chain Integration. Applied Computing and Informatics Journal, 2(2).
Journal Article
Accepted
2004
Abu-Suleiman, A. & Boardman, J. P. (2004, May). A Framework for an Integrated Supply Chain Performance Management System. Paper presented at Proceedings of the 2004 Industrial Engineering Research Conference, Houston, TX.
Conference Paper
Accepted
2004
Boardman, B. (2004, March). Lessons Learned in a New Implementation of an Interdisciplinary Freshman Engineering Course. Paper presented at Proceedings of the 2004 ASEE Gulf-Southwest Annual Conference (on CD), Texas Tech University.
Conference Paper
Accepted
2003
Boardman, B. S. & Peterson, L. (2003, January). Freshman Engineering Courses: Discipline Specific vs. Interdisciplinary Approaches. Paper presented at Proceedings of the 2003 ASEE Gulf-Southwest Annual Conference, Arlington, TX.
Conference Paper
Accepted
2002
Barcia, K. F., Boardman, B. S., & Johnson, M. E. (2002, June). A Comparison Between Factory Waste and Office Waste: Live Simulation Case Study in an Office Environment. Paper presented at Proceedings of the BITWorld 2002 Conference, Guayaquil, Ecuador.
Conference Paper
Accepted
Spring 2015
IE 1104 - INTRODUCTION TO ENGINEERING
Office Hours
DayStartEnd
Monday1:00PM3:30PM
Wednesday10:00AM12:00PM
Thursday9:30AM10:30AM
Introduction to basic engineering concepts.  Students will become familiar with engineering and its many sub-fields, ethical responsibilities, creativity and design.
Last Updated on January 13, 2015, 9:22 am
Spring 2015
IE 1105 - INTRODUCTION TO INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING LAB
Office Hours
DayStartEnd
Monday1:00PM3:30PM
Wednesday10:00AM12:00PM
Thursday9:30AM10:30AM
Introduction to basic engineering concepts. Opportunities are provided to develop skills in oral and written communication, and department-specific material. Case studies are presented and analyzed.
Last Updated on January 7, 2015, 11:11 am
Spring 2015
IE 2305 - Computer Applications in Industrial Engineering
Office Hours
DayStartEnd
Monday1:00PM3:30PM
Wednesday10:00AM12:00PM
Thursday9:30AM10:30AM
An overview of Industrial Engineering concepts and issues important to the design and operation of industrial and service systems.  Students will learn the use of software tools developed to enhance the Industrial Engineer’s ability such as database management, high level programming languages, electronic spreadsheets, and computer graphics.  Prerequisite:  IE 1105 or concurrent enrollment.
Last Updated on January 7, 2015, 11:12 am
Fall 2014
IE 1104 - Introduction to Engineering
Office Hours
DayStartEnd
Monday1:00PM3:30PM
Wednesday10:00AM12:00PM
Thursday9:30AM10:30AM
Introduction to basic engineering concepts.  Students will become familiar with engineering and its many sub-fields, ethical responsibilities, creativity and design.
Last Updated on August 22, 2014, 8:34 am
Fall 2014
IE 1105 - Introduction to Industrial Engineering
Office Hours
DayStartEnd
Monday1:00PM3:30PM
Wednesday10:00AM12:00PM
Thursday9:30AM11:00AM
Introduction to basic engineering concepts. Opportunities are provided to develop skills in oral and written communication, and department-specific material. Case studies are presented and analyzed.
Last Updated on August 18, 2014, 11:39 am
Fall 2014
IE 2305 - Computer Applications in Industrial Engineering
Office Hours
DayStartEnd
Monday1:00PM3:30PM
Wednesday10:00AM12:00PM
Thursday9:30AM11:00AM
An overview of Industrial Engineering concepts and issues important to the design and operation of industrial and service systems.  Students will learn the use of software tools developed to enhance the Industrial Engineer’s ability such as database management, high level programming languages, electronic spreadsheets, and computer graphics.  Prerequisite:  IE 1105 or concurrent enrollment.
Last Updated on August 18, 2014, 11:41 am
Spring 2014
IE 1104 - Ie 1104-001
Introduction to basic engineering concepts. Students will become familiar with engineering and its many sub-fields, ethical responsibilities, creativity and design.
Last Updated on January 23, 2014, 4:07 pm
Spring 2014
IE 1104 - Ie 1104-002
Introduction to basic engineering concepts. Students will become familiar with engineering and its many sub-fields, ethical responsibilities, creativity and design.
Last Updated on January 23, 2014, 4:08 pm
Spring 2014
IE 1104 - Ie 1104-003
Introduction to basic engineering concepts. Students will become familiar with engineering and its many sub-fields, ethical responsibilities, creativity and design.
Last Updated on January 23, 2014, 4:09 pm
Spring 2014
IE 1105 - Introduction to Industrial Engineering Lab
Introduction to basic engineering concepts. Opportunities are provided to develop skills in oral and written communication, and department-specific material. Case studies are presented and analyzed.
Last Updated on January 23, 2014, 4:09 pm
Spring 2014
IE 2305 - Computer Applications in Industrial Engineering lab
An overview of Industrial Engineering concepts and issues important to the design and operation of industrial and service systems. Students will learn the use of software tools developed to enhance the Industrial Engineer's ability such as database management, high level programming languages, electronic spreadsheets, and computer graphics.
Last Updated on January 23, 2014, 4:10 pm
Fall 2013
IE 1104 - Introduction to Engineering
Introduction to basic engineering concepts. Students will become familiar with engineering and its many sub-fields, ethical responsibilities, creativity and design.  
Last Updated on August 14, 2013, 3:44 pm
Fall 2013
IE 1105 - Introduction to Industrial Engineering Lab
Introduction to basic engineering concepts. Opportunities are provided to develop skills in oral and written communication, and department-specific material. Case studies are presented and analyzed.
Last Updated on August 14, 2013, 3:47 pm
Fall 2013
IE 2305 - Computer Applications in Industrial Engineering
An overview of Industrial Engineering concepts and issues  important to the design and operation of industrial and service systems.  Students will learn the use of software tools developed to enhance the  Industrial Engineer's ability such as database management, high level  programming languages, electronic spreadsheets, and computer graphics.
Last Updated on August 14, 2013, 3:49 pm
Spring 2013
IE 1104 - INTRODUCTION TO ENGINEERING
Introduction to basic engineering concepts. Students will become familiar with engineering and its many sub-fields, ethical responsibilities, creativity and design.
Last Updated on May 29, 2013, 4:49 pm
Spring 2013
IE 2305 - Computer Applications in Industrial Engineering
An overview of Industrial Engineering concepts and issues important to the design and operation of industrial and service systems. Students will learn the use of software tools developed to enhance the Industrial Engineer's ability such as database management, high level programming languages, electronic spreadsheets, and computer graphics. Prequisite: IE 1105 or concurrent enrollment.
Last Updated on May 29, 2013, 4:49 pm
Spring 2013
IE 1105 - INTRODUCTION TO INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING LAB
Introduction to basic engineering concepts. Opportunities are provided to develop skills in oral and written communication, and department-specific material. Case studies are presented and analyzed.
Last Updated on May 29, 2013, 4:49 pm
Fall 2012
IE 1104 - INTRODUCTION TO ENGINEERING
Introduction to basic engineering concepts. Opportunities are provided to develop skills in oral and written communication, and department-specific material. Case studies are presented and analyzed. 
Last Updated on May 29, 2013, 4:49 pm
Fall 2012
IE 4303 - PRODUCTION AND INVENTORY CONTROL
Fundamental theory and design of systems for the control of production, inventories and their economic interaction, particularly in cases involving uncertainty of demand, of supply availability, and of production rates. Prerequisite: IE 3301 and 3315.
Last Updated on May 29, 2013, 4:49 pm
Fall 2012
IE 1105 - INTRODUCTION TO INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING LAB
Introduction to basic engineering concepts. Opportunities are provided to develop skills in oral and written communication, and department-specific material. Case studies are presented and analyzed. 
Last Updated on May 29, 2013, 4:49 pm
Spring 2012
IE 1105 - INTRODUCTION TO INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING LAB
Introduction to basic engineering concepts. Opportunities are provided to develop skills in oral and written communication, and department-specific material. Case studies are presented and analyzed.
No Syllabus Attached!
Spring 2012
IE 1104 - INTRODUCTION TO ENGINEERING
Introduction to basic engineering concepts. Students will become familiar with engineering and its many sub-fields, ethical responsibilities, creativity and design.
No Syllabus Attached!
Spring 2012
IE 5342 - Metrics and Measurement
Work measurement, methods improvements, and performance measurement. A survey of enterprise and management measurement systems is presented. Prerequisite: IE 5317 or equivalent.
No Syllabus Attached!
Spring 2012
IE 1105 - INTRODUCTION TO INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING LAB
Introduction to basic engineering concepts. Opportunities are provided to develop skills in oral and written communication, and department-specific material. Case studies are presented and analyzed.
No Syllabus Attached!
Fall 2011
IE 1104 - INTRODUCTION TO ENGINEERING
Introduction to basic engineering concepts. Opportunities are provided to develop skills in oral and written communication, and department-specific material. Case studies are presented and analyzed. 
No Syllabus Attached!
Fall 2011
IE 3343 - METRICS AND MEASUREMENT
This course presents methods for determining the most effective utilization of effort in the man-machine environment as well as systems and methods to measure enterprise performance. The computer competency evaluation is administered in this course for those students who have not had IE 1105. Prerequisite: MATH 2326, IE 3312 or concurrent enrollment, and IE 3301 or concurrent enrollment.
No Syllabus Attached!
Fall 2011
IE 1105 - INTRODUCTION TO INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING LAB
Introduction to basic engineering concepts. Opportunities are provided to develop skills in oral and written communication, and department-specific material. Case studies are presented and analyzed. 
No Syllabus Attached!
Fall 2011
IE 4303 - PRODUCTION AND INVENTORY CONTROL
Fundamental theory and design of systems for the control of production, inventories and their economic interaction, particularly in cases involving uncertainty of demand, of supply availability, and of production rates. Prerequisite: IE 3301 and 3315.
No Syllabus Attached!
Fall 2011
IE 3343 - METRICS AND MEASUREMENT
This course presents methods for determining the most effective utilization of effort in the man-machine environment as well as systems and methods to measure enterprise performance. The computer competency evaluation is administered in this course for those students who have not had IE 1105. Prerequisite: MATH 2326, IE 3312 or concurrent enrollment, and IE 3301 or concurrent enrollment.
No Syllabus Attached!
Fall 2011
IE 3343 - METRICS AND MEASUREMENT
This course presents methods for determining the most effective utilization of effort in the man-machine environment as well as systems and methods to measure enterprise performance. The computer competency evaluation is administered in this course for those students who have not had IE 1105. Prerequisite: MATH 2326, IE 3312 or concurrent enrollment, and IE 3301 or concurrent enrollment.
No Syllabus Attached!
Spring 2011
IE 4304 - Enterprise Systems
An extension of Production and Inventory Control (IE 4303), this course covers enterprise resource planning systems (ERP) in manufacturing, E-Commerce and supply chain environments. ERP software and case studies are reviewed. Prerequisite: IE 4303
No Syllabus Attached!
Spring 2011
IE 4304 - Enterprise Systems
An extension of Production and Inventory Control (IE 4303), this course covers enterprise resource planning systems (ERP) in manufacturing, E-Commerce and supply chain environments. ERP software and case studies are reviewed. Prerequisite: IE 4303
No Syllabus Attached!
Spring 2011
IE 5312 - Planning and Control of Enterprise Systems
Continuation of the undergraduate course.  Emphasis on mathematical model building and optimization. 
No Syllabus Attached!
Fall 2010
IE 4303 - PRODUCTION AND INVENTORY CONTROL
Fundamental theory and design of systems for the control of production, inventories and their economic interaction, particularly in cases involving uncertainty of demand, of supply availability, and of production rates. Prerequisite: IE 3301 and 3315.
No Syllabus Attached!
Fall 2010
IE 3343 - METRICS AND MEASUREMENT
This course presents methods for determining the most effective utilization of effort in the man-machine environment as well as systems and methods to measure enterprise performance. The computer competency evaluation is administered in this course for those students who have not had IE 1105. Prerequisite: MATH 2326, IE 3312 or concurrent enrollment, and IE 3301 or concurrent enrollment.
No Syllabus Attached!
Fall 2010
IE 5329 - PRODUCTION AND INVENTORY CONTROL SYSTEMS
The fundamentals of production and inventory control systems. The economic impacts of fluctuating demand, supply availability and production rates are examined.
No Syllabus Attached!
Spring 2010
IE 1105 - INTRODUCTION TO INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING LAB
Introduction to basic engineering concepts. Opportunities are provided to develop skills in oral and written communication, and department-specific material. Case studies are presented and analyzed. Co-requisite: IE 1104
No Syllabus Attached!
Spring 2010
IE 5342 - Metrics and Measurement
Work measurement, methods improvements, and performance measurement. A survey of enterprise and management measurement systems is presented. Prerequisites: IE 3343 or equivalent.
No Syllabus Attached!
Fall 2009
IE 1105 - INTRODUCTION TO INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING LAB
Introduction to basic engineering concepts. Opportunities are provided to develop skills in oral and written communication, and department-specific material. Case studies are presented and analyzed. Co-requisite: IE 1104
No Syllabus Attached!
Fall 2009
IE 1104 - INTRODUCTION TO ENGINEERING
Introduction to basic engineering concepts. Students will become familiar with engineering and its many sub-fields, ethical responsibilities, creativity and design. Prerequisite: Co-requisite: IE 1105
No Syllabus Attached!
Fall 2009
IE 5329 - PRODUCTION AND INVENTORY CONTROL SYSTEMS
Fundamental theory and design of systems for the control of production, inventories and their economic interaction, particularly in cases involving uncertainty of demand, of supply availability, and of production rates. Prerequisite: IE 3301 and 3315.
No Syllabus Attached!
Fall 2009
IE 3343 - METRICS AND MEASUREMENT
This course presents methods for determining the most effective utilization of effort in the man-machine environment as well as systems and methods to measure enterprise performance. The computer competency evaluation is administered in this course for those students who have not had IE 1105. Prerequisite: MATH 2326, IE 3312 or concurrent enrollment, and IE 3301 or concurrent enrollment.
No Syllabus Attached!
Spring 2009
IE 5342 - Metrics and Measurement
A study of work measurement and methods improvement.  The course includes a survey of several measurement methods including computerized methods as well as the development of standard data, formulas and tables.  The use of standard data in contemporary manufacturing will be introduced.  Prerequisite:  IE 3343 or equivalent.  $2 lab fee.
No Syllabus Attached!
Spring 2009
IE 5312 - Planning and Control of Enterprise Systems
Continuation of the undergraduate course.  Emphasis on mathematical model building and optimization. 
No Syllabus Attached!
December -
NEWSLETTER EDITOR
Greater Fort Worth Chapter of APICS
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December -
Common Freshman Course Committee
Committee Member, 2002-Current
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December -
College of Engineering Awards Committee
Committee Member, 2002-2005
Uncategorized
December -
College Undergraduate Curriculum Committee
Committee Member, 2005-Current
Uncategorized
December -
Fundamentals of Engineering Review Seminar

Engineering Economics Instructor, 2000-2004

Uncategorized
December -
COE Engineering Summer Camp
2004, 2005, 2008
Uncategorized
August 2012
Ongoing
Undergraduate Advisor
College of Engineering, Office of the Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs, Office of the President, The University of Texas at Arlington