Aleda Vender Roth Edit Profile
Bachelor of Science in Psychology with honors, Ohio State University, 1968. Master of Science in Public Health in Biostats., University North Carolina, 1970. Doctor of Philosophy in Operations Management, Ohio State University, 1986.
Chief statistician Arkansas Children's Colony Arkansas State Department Human Services, 1968-1969. Research associate, epidemiologist Epidemiologic Field Station Greater Kansas City Mental Health Foundation, 1970-1972, statistical consultant Epidemiologic Field Station, 1972-1974. National director statistics department American Nurses Association, 1972-1979.
Graduate teaching and research associate faculty management science Ohio State University, 1979-1983, graduate teaching and research associate accounting department, 1983, instructor computer and information system College Engineering, 1983-1984, instructor faculty management science College Administrative Science, 1984-1985. Assistant professor Boston University School Management, 1985-1989, principal investigator retail banking futures project, 1986-1994. Co-investigator manufacturing's future research Boston University, 1985-1989, principal co-investigator research DTT-University of North Carolina gloal vision in manufacturing, 1989—2001, research associate center health research and education, 1989-1993.
Associate professor department health administration Duke University Medical Center, Durham, 1989-1991. Associate professor business Duke University, North Carolina, 1989-1993. Distinguished Mary Farley Ames Lee professor, chair Global Supply Chain Concentration U.N.C, department Technology and Innovation Management, Chapel Hill, since 1993.
Principal research co-investigator International Service Study, since 1996. Visiting scholar London Business School, 2000. Visiting professor WHU Vallender Germany, 2001.
Adjunct faculty member School Public Health, University North Carolina, Chapel Hill, 1972-1974. Member Cooperative Health Statistics Systems Advisory Committee, National Center Health Statistics, Department of Health and Human Services, 1974-1976. Membership services committee National Decision Sciences Institute, 1989-1990.
Adjunct research faculty Boston University Manufacturing Roundtable, 1985-1990. Research advisory committee University North Carolina Center for Manufacturing Excellence, 1989-1994. Executive committee University North Carolina Cato Center Applied Business Research, 1994-1997, research committee 1997-1999.
Member Production and Operations Management Association (secretary 1988-1991, board directors 1988-1994, planning committee annual conference 1990-1991, session chair annual meeting 1991, president-elect 2000-2002, president since 2002), Decision Sciences Institute (board directors 1996-1998), Phi Kappa Phi, Delta Omega.
Married G. Douglas Roth, September 26, 1970. Children: G. Brian, Lauren Carter.
Grantee Performance Excellence Council of the Conference Board, since 1991. National Institute of Mental Health fellow, 1969-1970, University North Carolina Cato Center fellow, 1995, Kenan Institute fellow, 1995-1996, Dalton L. McMichael Senior Research fellow, 1998. Distinguished O'Herron Faculty scholar, 1996.