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Todd Myers

Department Chair, Associate Professor, Kraft Family Scholar
Engineering Technology and Management
STKR 125A
myerst2@ohio.edu
Phone: 740.593.1921

http://www.linkedin.com/in/drtoddmyers

Dr. Todd D. Myers is a an sssociate professor in the Department of Engineering Technology and Management at Ohio University. Dr. Myers has ten years of manufacturing experience in the automotive manufacturing industry. His responsibilities have included multi-plant materials management, ERP implementation, project management, and engineering management and lean implementations. His funded research has included RFID OEM capability studies, Barcode robustness studies, value stream mapping, lean consulting, and manufacturing operations. His interests also include international studie.s Dr. Myers is a three-time recipient of the Marvin E. and Ann D. White Russ College Departmental Research Award and departmental teaching award recipient.


All Degrees Earned: Ph.D., Inst. Tech, Education Studies, Ohio University, 2007. M.B.A., B.A., 2001, B.S.I.T., 1988.

Publications:

Myers, T. D. (2007). Learning outcomes for an engineering and technology public policy curriculum. Teaching Engineering and Technology Public Policy While Fulfilling Multiple ABET and University Requirements, Myers and Stuart, AC 2010-924: ASEE 2010 Annual Conference Louisville Ky.

“Globalization Issues In The Industrial Technology Transfer Supply Chain”, The IAJC-NAIT-IJME 2008 International Conference, A Refereed Paper 30% acceptance rate (Myers, T.), Nashville, TN., November 18, 2008.

“Manufacturing Centric Undergraduate Capstone Experience” American Society for Engineering Education, June 22- 25, 2008. The 115 Annual Conference Proceeding, A Refereed Paper (Myers, T. & Klein, P.) Pittsburg, PA, June 23, 2008.

Awards:

three-time recipient of the Marvin E. and Ann D. White Russ College Departmental Research Award. Recipient of the Marvin E. and Ann D. White Russ College Departmental Teaching Award. Epsilon Pi Tau Laureate recipient.

Something you may not know about me: I have taught university courses in France and Argentina. I have conducted business in Mexico, Canada, and Japan.