Dr. Sullivan and Dr. Hartley Earn Scholarly Achievements Drawing International Attention to BGSU Management Programs

Bowling Green State University’s Department of Management has two renowned faculty members who are carving out distinguished careers in the fields of organizational behavior and supply chain management that shines the international spotlight on two of BGSU’s management programs.

Sherry SullivanDr. Sherry Sullivan, professor of management, is the first U.S. university faculty member to be named to the European Academy of Management’s (EURAM) Scientific Council. The role of EURAM Scientific Council is to promote knowledge creation and collegiality across EURAM's members, to recognize achievements, and more generally, to serve as an advisory council for EURAM research related activities.

Dr. Sullivan holds the Owen-Illinois Professorship and has published research in organizational behavior, with a focus on career theory, the Kaleidoscope Career Model, networking, mentoring, and expatriate managers. She has achieved success in publishing in the top tier journals.

The BGSU management professor has served as an associate editor for Group and Organizational Management and the Co-Editor of Research in Careers. She was named the 2016 Oxford Journal Distinguished Scholar, 2008 Distinguished Educator of the Southwest Academy of Management, and is a Fellow of the Southern Management Association.

Jan HartleyProfessor of Supply Chain Management, Janet Hartley, was selected for the 2019 Best Associate Editor Award by the International Journal of Operations and Production Management, a top tier journal, rated 4 on ABS (The Association of Business Schools). The award is presented at the 26th Annual EurOMA Conference in Helsinki, Finland, in June.

Dr. Hartley has extensively published her supply chain research in some of the top tier journals. She is president-elect for the Decision Sciences Institute and is the former director of the BGSU Supply Chain Management Institute. Dr. Hartley has received distinguished honors including the following:  Decision Sciences Journal of Innovative Education, Best Teaching Brief in 2017; Decision Sciences Instructional Innovation Award in 2015; Two-time winner of the APICS Student Chapter Mentor Award, in 2014 and 2017; and the Journal of Operations Management Association Service Award in 2014.

The University’s supply chain management program has been ranked among North America's top 25 programs by Gartner, a leading IT and supply chain management research and advisory company.