Industrial Engineering Welcomes New Assistant Professor - Dr. Kelly Sullivan

 Kelly Sullivan, assistant professor of industrial engineering, has a bachelor’s degree and a master’s degree, both in industrial engineering, from the University of Arkansas. After earning a doctoral degree at the University of Florida, he has returned to Arkansas as an assistant professor in the industrial engineering department.

He explained that he’s seen a lot of exciting changes taking place in the department since he was last here, including the latest top-20 ranking in the U.S. News and World Report’s college rankings. “It's a growing place,” said Sullivan, “an exciting place to be. It seems like a place where I can grow as a faculty member.” He added that his research interests overlap with those of several other faculty members in the department and the College, and he looks forward to collaborating with his colleagues and with research centers such as the Center for Excellence in Logistics and Distribution and the Mack-Blackwell Rural Transportation Center.

Read more about Dr. Sullivan's exciting research here.

Release date: 8/29/2012