Ray Mundy

Department: Marketing & Supply Chain Management

Title: Professor Emeritus

Education:

1973-Pennsylvania State University, Ph.D. Transportation and Logistics, Marketing, Management and Social Psychology minors

1967-Bowling Green State University, M.B.A. Management, Statistics minor

1966-Bowling Green State University, B.A. General Business

Dr. Ray Mundy is Director of the Center for Transportation Studies and the Barriger Endowed Professor of Transportation and Logistics at the University of Missouri-St. Louis. Dr. Mundy currently teaches courses in Supply Chain Management and Transportation. He has authored numerous industry reports, is an active lecturer at national and international transportation and logistics seminars, and is a frequent contributor of articles to trade publications and journals.

Dr. Mundy currently sits on the editorial review boards of the International Journal of Transportation Planning and Technology and the Transportation Management Journal. He sits on several corporate boards including Forward Air, the largest non-integrated provider of air timed-definite freight.

Dr. Mundy is also the Executive Director of the Airport Ground Transportation Association, Director of the Tennessee Transportation and Logistics Foundation, and Professor Emeritus from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. Dr. Mundy holds a BA and an MBA from Bowling Green State University and a PhD in Business Administration from Pennsylvania State University.