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Jeffrey Camm, Ph.D.

Jeffrey Camm is Senior Associate Dean of Business Analytics and the Inmar Presidential Chair of Analytics at the Wake Forest University School of Business. His scholarship is on the application of optimization modeling to difficult decision problems in a diverse set of application areas including, operations planning and scheduling, supply chain optimization, product design, and conservation. His research has been featured in Business Week/Financial Times-ranked academic journals such as Management Science and Operations Research as well as the renowned journal Science.

Professor Camm has received a number of teaching awards including the 2006 INFORMS Prize for the Teaching of OR/MS practice. He is coauthor of ten texts on business statistics, management science, and business analytics. He has also been active in the profession, serving in numerous roles within INFORMS, including six years as the editor in chief of Interfaces, the INFORMS journal on practice. He received the 2016 George E. Kimball Medal for distinguished service to the operations research profession and in 2017 he was named an INFORMS Fellow.

Professor Camm received his PhD in Management Science from Clemson University and a BS in Mathematics from Xavier University. He previously held the Joseph S. Stern Chair in Business Analytics in the Lindner College of Business at the University of Cincinnati, where he served as department head for twenty years, was awarded the life-time appointment as a Fellow of the Graduate School, and was the founding director of the UC Center for Business Analytics. He has also held positions of visiting professor of business administration at the Tuck school of Business at Dartmouth College and visiting scholar at Stanford University. He has consulted for numerous corporations including Procter and Gamble, Owens Corning, GE, Tyco, Ace Hardware, Boar’s Head, Brooks Running Shoes and Kroger among others.

Jeffrey Camm, Ph.D.

Senior Associate Dean of Analytics Programs , Professor; Inmar Presidential Chair in Analytics, Executive Director of the Center for Analytics Impact, Wake Forest School of Business

Wake Forest University