Dr. Robert Neidigh
Supply Chain Management

Robert Neidigh

Office:
Grove Hall 131
Phone: (717) 477-1233
E-mail: roneid@ship.edu
Office Hours and Teaching Schedule 

Assistant Professor – Finance and Supply Chain Management Department 

 Academic Degrees  

 BSBA (Decision Science) – Shippensburg University (1998) 

MMM (Masters in Manufacturing Management) – Penn State University (1999) 

PhD (Supply Chain Management) – Penn State University (2006) 

Research & Teaching Areas

Supply chain management 

Production scheduling 

Math programming 

Statistical analysis 

Recent Publications

Neidigh, R. O. & Dunkelberger, J. (2012). Using Group Projects to Assess the Learning of Sampling Distributions. Journal of Instructional Pedagogies

Neidigh, R. O. & Harrison, T. P. (2012). Optimizing Lot Sizing with Nonlinear Production Rates in a Multi-Product Single-Machine Environment. International Journal of Production Research.  

Neidigh, R. O. (2010).  Illustrating Normal Distributions to Students in an Introductory Business Statistics Course via Visual Basic Macros in a Spreadsheet Application.   Journal of Business Cases and Applications.  

Neidigh, R. O. & Shirley, A. (2010).  Modeling Nonlinear Pick Rates in the Mini-Pick Process at an IBM Replenishment Plant.   Journal of Business Disciplines.  

Neidigh, R. O. & Harrison, T. P. (2010).  Optimizing Lot Sizing and Order Scheduling with Nonlinear Production Rates.   International Journal of Production Research.  

Recent Consulting

Six Sigma Yellow Belt Training, Volvo (with Bob Setaputra and Ian Langella), 2011

Supply Chain Management Assessment, Hoober Feeds, (2009)

Supply Chain Management Assessment, Wenger’s Feed Mill Inc., (2009)

Root Cause Analysis Training, Volvo (with Judy Yetter), (2009)

Theory of Constraints & Lean & Six Sigma Training, Volvo (with Judy Yetter), (2008)

Six Sigma Green Belt Certification Training (with Robert Setaputra), Frehn Center, (2007)

SCM Workshop: Lean, Six Sigma, and Theory of Constraints (with Judy Yetter and Robert Setaputra), Frehn Center, (2007)

Professional Experience, Leadership & Service

Research Grants   

2007: Neidigh, R. O. & Shirley, A., Dale Kann Faculty Student Research Award ($2,043.00), John L. Grove College of Business.

2006: Neidigh, R. O. & Shirley, A., Dale Kann Faculty Student Research Award ($1,697.00), Student-Faculty Research Grant, John L. Grove College of Business.

Department Assignments  

2012-2013: SCM Search Committee Chair

2012-2013: SCM Assessment Committee

2012-2013: SCM Advisory Board

2007-2008 – 2011-2012: Supply Chain Management Assessment Committee

2003-2004 – 2011-2012: Supply Chain Management Advisory Board

2007-2008: SCM Search Committee

2004-2005: INM Search Committee

College Assignments  

2009-2010:  Acting Department Chair

University Assignments  

2012-2013: AAAT Committee

2011-2012: University Curriculum Committee

2010-2011:  University Curriculum Committee

2008-2009:  University Curriculum Committee

2007-2008:  University Disciplinary Board

2005-2006 – 2006-2007:  CFEST Travel Committee

2005-2006 – 2006-2007:  APSCUF Representative

Academic Conference: Facilitator  

2006:  Decision Sciences Institute (International)

Associate Editor  

2003 – 2008:  Journal of Business Disciplines (National)

Officer 

2007 – 2008:  I-81 Warehousing and Research Council (Regional)

2004 – 2006:  I-81 Warehousing and Education Council (Regional)

Reviewer - Article 

2012 – 2013: Decision Sciences Journal of Innovative Education (International) 

2007 – 2008:  European Journal of Operational Research (International)

Reviewer - Textbook  

2011:  McGraw-Hill (International)

2010:  Prentice Hall (International)

2010:  Prentice Hall (International)

Honors 

2013: Supply Chain Management Professor of the Year Alpha Kappa Psi

2011: Supply Chain Management Professor of the Year Alpha Kappa Psi

2010:  Supply Chain Management Professor of the Year Alpha Kappa Psi

2007:  Supply Chain Management Professor of the Year Alpha Kappa Psi