Curriculum Vitae

EDUCATION

  • PhD 1994 MIT, Sloan School of Management – Cambridge, MA; Management.
  • MS 1984 University of California – Berkeley, CA, Mechanical Engineering.
  • BA 1981 Brown University – Providence, RI, Mechanical Engineering.

ACADEMIC POSITIONS

  • Professor of Business Administration (tenure: 2005, Full: 2010), Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College – Hanover, NH: 2002–Present
  • Assistant Professor of Management and Operations Management, Stern School of Business – New York, NY: 1993–2002
  • Visiting Associate Professor (08-09), Harvard Business School – Boston, MA: 2007–09
  • Visiting Assistant Professor, University of Michigan – Ann Arbor, MI: Fall 1999
  • Visiting Assistant Professor,Massachusetts Institute of Technology – Cambridge, MA: Fall 1997

SELECTED ACADEMIC AWARDS

  • 2015 Distinguished Scholar Award, Organizations and Natural Environment Division, Academy of Management
  • 2009 Academy of Management Journal – 2008 Best Paper Award
  • 2007 Marvin Bower Fellow – Harvard Business School
  • 2001 Faculty Pioneer Award – World Resources Institute
  • 1998 ATT Faculty Fellow of Industrial Ecology
  • 1994 Zannetos Thesis Prize – Recognizes the Sloan PhD thesis representing the highest level of scholarly excellence

TEACHING

Tuck School of Business, Dartmouth College – Hanover, NH

  • 2009- Present, Competitive and Corporate Strategy
  • 2009- Present, Sustainable Business
  • 2002-2008, Strategic Analysis of Technological Systems
  • 2003-2008, Strategic Response to Market Failure

Harvard Business School, Boston, MA

  • Fall 2008 Technology and Operations Management

New York University, Stern School of Business – New York, NY

  • 1994-2002 Competitive Advantage from Operations
  • 1995-Present Environmental Assessment, Management and Strategy
  • 1994 Global Environmental Resource Management

University of Michigan Business School – Ann Arbor, MI

  • Strategies for Environmental Management (1999)
  • Strategies for Sustainable Development (1999)

WORK EXPERIENCE

  • 1989–90 Consulting Engineer and Analyst, Arthur D. Little, Inc.-Cambridge, MA
  • 1985–88 Research Engineer, Principal Investigator, and Project Manager, Honeywell Corporate Laboratory-Golden Valley, MN
  • 1984–85 Research Specialist, University of California Electronics Research Laboratory-Berkeley, CA
  • 1981–82 Engineer, Malcolm Lewis Associates-Laguna Beach, CA

Grant Winning

  • To fund research on business and the environment and to support students at a variety of universities, Andy has successfully won over $1,000,000 in grants.

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