Professor Bellamy's research interests include supply chain management, empirical operations management, supply chains and innovation, supply network risk, and network analytics and visualization.
Professor Bellamy received his Ph.D. in Operations Management at the Scheller College of Business and his M.S. in Industrial Engineering, both at the Georgia Institute of Technology. He was a Graduate Fellow in the Tennenbaum Institute at Georgia Tech as well as a Fulbright Scholar in Madrid, Spain. He was also the recipient of the 2013 Academy of Management (AOM) Operations Management Division Best Student Paper Award.
PH D, Georgia Institute of Technology, Operations Management, 2015.
MS, Georgia Institute of Technology, Industrial & Systems Engineering, 2010.
BS, University of New Mexico, Mechanical Engineering, 2006.
SMG OM323 A4
Operations and Technology Management
Isabel Anderson Career Development Professorship (2016-2019), Boston University, Research. (September 13, 2016).
The award recognizes outstanding junior faculty at Boston University’s Questrom School of Business.
Appointed to help develop strategies for recruiting business professors to serve as mentors facilitating Hispanic-American undergraduate and graduate student success and to encourage students to consider a career in academe.