Robert Francis Bordley, Industrial engineer ( engineer, Research)automotive company researcher. Recipient Wildlife Conservation award Virginia Game Commission Association, 1973, speaking awards American Legion, 1971, 73; National Merit scholar, 1973-1976; Michigan State University alumni distinguished scholar, 1973-1976; National Science Foundation fellow, 1976-1979.
Bordley, Robert Francis was born on August 15, 1955 in Columbus, Ohio, United States. Son of Robert Guy and Ann Mary Bordley. Bachelor of Science in Physics, Michigan State University, 1975, Bachelor of Arts Public Policy, 1976, Master of Science in Systems Science, 1976.
Bachelor of Science in Physics, Michigan State University, 1975. Bachelor in Public Policy, Michigan State University, 1976. Master of Science in Systems Science, Michigan State University, 1976.
Master of Science in Operations Research, University California, Berkeley, 1977. Master of Business Administration, University California, 1979. Doctor of Philosophy in Operations Research, University California, 1979.
Intern Cooperative League, Washington, 1975. Associate senior research General Motors Research Laboratories, Warren, Michigan, 1978-1980, senior researcher, 1980-1982, staff researcher, 1982-1986, senior staff researcher, since 1986. Supervisor mission analysis group General Motors trilby design project, since 1985.
Supervisor decision support systems group, since 1986, manager decision support section, since 1987, member decision analysis council, since 1987. Director decision, risk and management science program National Science Foundation, 1990-1991. Manager management, marketing and science section, General Motors, manager Research and Development portfolio planning, since 1993.
Adjunct professor University Michigan-Dearborn, 1980.
Member Operations Research Society of America, American Institute Industrial Engineers, Public Choice Society, Institute Management Sciences, American Economic Association, Society for Promotion Economic Theory, Society Risk Analysis, American Association for the Advancement of Science, James Madison College Alumni Association (director 1982-1984, president since 1984), Cosmos Society, Phi Beta Kappa, Sigma Xi, Phi Kappa Phi.