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About Vincent Slaugh

Vince Slaugh is an assistant professor at the Cornell University School of Hotel Administration (SHA). He received his PhD in operations management from the Tepper School of Business at Carnegie Mellon University, and joined the SHA faculty in July 2016 after spending one year as a visiting faculty member in supply chain management at Penn State University's Smeal College of Business. Slaugh holds a BS and MS in industrial engineering and a BA in history from Penn State University.

In his research, Slaugh studies analytical models designed to improve service operations including online rental businesses, child adoption and foster care matching networks, and staffing for nursing homes. Methodologically, he develops stochastic inventory models traditionally associated with supply chain management and adapts them to new and innovative services. His collaborations include SmartOps, Symmco, the Pennsylvania Statewide Adoption Network, Adoption-Share, Vincentian Collaborative System, and the Passavant Community. His work appears in Manufacturing and Service Operations Management and Interfaces.

Positions

2016 Present Assistant Professor, Cornell University School of Hotel Administration
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Present Assistant Professor, Cornell University School of Hotel Administration
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20152016 Visiting Assistant Professor of Supply Chain Management, Penn State University ‐ Smeal College of Business
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Curriculum Vitae




Honors and Awards

  • Second Place, INFORMS Service Science Section Best Student Paper Award 2015
  • Finalist, INFORMS Doing Good with Good OR Competition 2013
  • First Place, McKinsey MBA Team Case Competition, Tepper School of Business 2013
  • William Larimer Mellon Fellowship 2009 – 2012
  • Outstanding Industrial Engineering Senior, Penn State University 2008
  • Harold and Inge Marcus Scholarship 2006 – 2008
  • Invitrogen Corporation Scholarship 2008
  • Industrial Engineering Department Service Award, Penn State University 2008
  • First Place, Senior Design Competition, Penn State University 2007

Education

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2015 PhD in Operations Management, Carnegie Mellon University ‐ Tepper School of Business
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2012 Master of Science in Operations Management, Carnegie Mellon University
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2009 Bachelor of Arts in History, Penn State University
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2009 Bachelor of Science with Honors in Industrial Engineering, Penn State University
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2009 Master of Science in Operations Research, Penn State University
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2009 Master of Science in Industrial Engineering, Penn State University
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Contact Information

Services Operations Management
338 Statler Hall
Phone: 607.255.2163

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