David Huff

Clinical Associate Professor of Supply Chain Management
Department: Supply Chain and Information Systems
Office: 426 Business Building
Phone: 814-865-1655
Fax: 814-863-7067
E-mail: dhuff@psu.edu
Member of Faculty Since: 2004


Introduction

Professor Huff began teaching college courses while still just an undergraduate student himself. While a sophomore attending Utah State University he was asked to be the instructor for a section of College Algebra, Math 101, and has been teaching ever since. While finsihing his Ph.D., David spent the last two years in visiting positions, first at the Eccles School of Business at the University of Utah and then at the Stern School of Business at New York University. David teaches Supply Chain Management and Management Science courses for undergraduate and Masters in Quality and Manufacturing Management programs. His research interests include inventory management decisions and their interdependencies with sales-force incentives.


Expertise

Sales-force Incentives
Project Management
Inventory Management
Lean Six Sigma


Education

Ph.D., Operations Management, University of Rochester,  2005 
M.S., Management Science Methods, University of Rochester,  2001 
M.S., Mathematics, Brigham Young University,  1994 
B.A., Mathematics, Utah State University,  1992 


Courses

SCM 405, Manufacturing and Services Strategies
SCM 450, Design and Management of Supply Chains
BA 597A, Six Sigma Statistics
SCM 556, Manufacturing Strategies
SCM 570, Supply Chain Management Modeling
SCM 850, Strategic Manufacturing