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Yan Jin


Associate Professor of Management

MS, PhD, University of Toledo

School of Business

Courses


MBA 635

Decision Making for Business Operations - Spring 2018

Organization

Management

Phone Number

(203) 582-7682

Mail Drop

SB-DNF

Email

Yan.Jin@quinnipiac.edu

About


I am an Associate Professor of Management at Quinnipiac University. I have been at Quinnipiac since the Fall 2016. I have taught courses in supply chain management and operations management and served in School of Business Graduate Curriculum Committee. Prior to join Quinnipiac, I had taught at Elizabeth City State University (ECSU) for 9 nine years and received the ECSU Departmental Teacher of the Year award for 2012-2013. At ECSU, I had served at the department, school, and university levels, such as University Curriculum Committee, ECSU-Enactus, and Chinese tutoring. I have 9 publications in peer-reviewed journals (e.g., International Journal of Production Economics, International Journal of Production Research, Human Resource Management), 17 referred conference proceedings and/or presentations, and 1 article ready for submission. I also serve on the Editorial Review Board for Journal of Operations Management and have reviewed papers for Journal of Supply Chain Management, International Journal of Production Economics, and many other peer-reviewed journals and conferences.

Courses Taught


At Quinnipiac MG 641, Supply Chain Management, online/onground MG 635, Decision Making for Business Operations, onground At Elizabeth City State University MNGT 421, Operations Management, online/onground BUAD 360, Quantitative Methods, online/onground BUAD 365, Bus. Res. & Report Writing, online/onground MNGT 322, Organizational Behavior, online BMIS 485, Decision Support Systems, onground BUAD 190, MIS I, onground BMIS 380, MIS II, online/onground At The Institute for Defense and Business (an Industrial Operations Leadership Program, including 25 U.S. Coast Guard supervisors) Demand Forecasting & Planning (2 hours), August 2015 Critical Path Scheduling & Theory of Constraints (2 hours), August 2015