Lisa Ellram named University Distinguished Professor

Supply chain professor is first from Farmer School to receive award

Lisa Ellram
Lisa Ellram Photo: Jeff Sabo

Supply chain professor is first from Farmer School to receive award

A Supply Chain Operations and Management professor is the first Farmer School of Business faculty member to receive a prestigious Miami University award.

Lisa Ellram has been named a 2019 University Distinguished Professor, a title given every other year to no more than two professors across the university. The university says the selection process involves "a rigorous appraisal, including requests of nationally and internationally known scholars in the appropriate discipline outside Miami University to place the nominee among other distinguished scholars of national and international reputation."

Nominees for the award must be a:

  • Full Professor and have been a faculty member at Miami for at least eight years
  • Teacher of demonstrated excellence and a contributor to the life and mission of Miami University
  • Distinguished scholar of national and international stature with demonstrated recognition and with projected high-level of scholarly productivity in the future

The award was first made in 2003.

Ellram is also the James Evans Rees Distinguished Professor of Supply Chain Management. 

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