Dr. Megan Wydick Martin joined Meredith College as an Assistant Professor of Management Information Systems and Quantitative Methods in 2017. She has a Ph.D. in Business Information Technology from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, an M.B.A from the University of North Carolina Wilmington and a B.A. in Mathematics with a minor in Statistics from the University of North Carolina Wilmington. Prior to her academic career, she managed the electronic training platform for a nationwide plasma collection company. She served as the subject matter expert for all technical aspects of the computerized training system for executive leadership as well as end users. Dr. Martin continues to consult for private companies on a variety of challenges related to operations management and information systems.
Martin, M. W., C. Ragsdale. (2018) Optimizing Product Test Scheduling With In-Process and At-Completion Inspection Contstraints. Decision Sciences Institute 49th Annual Meeting, Chicago, Illinois.
Martin, M. W. (2013) Features to Consider When Identifying a Compatible Electronic Medical Records System. Production and Operation Management Society 24th Annual Conference, Denver, Colorado.
Martin, M. W., J. Chacko, S. Collignon, and C. Ragsdale. (2012) Identifying the Best Path to Optimality in a Grants Administration Workload Assignment Problem. Decision Sciences Institute 43rd Annual Meeting, San Francisco, California.
Best Paper Award, Innovative Education, Teaching, and Pedagogy Track, Southeast Decision Sciences Institute 43rd Annual Meeting, Charleston, South Carolina, 2013
Martin, M. W. and C. Ragsdale. (2018) A Plasma Collection Center Task Assignment and Tour Scheduling Problem with an Emphasis on a Cross-Trained Workforce. Southeast Decision Sciences Institute 48th Annual Meeting, Wilmington, North Carolina
Martin, M. W. and C. Ragsdale. (2017) A Grants Administration Application Identifying the Best Path to Optimality. Southeast Decision Sciences Institute 47th Annual Meeting, Charleston, South Carolina.
Martin, M.W. (2013). A Shortage in Business Doctoral Candidates in Academia: Contributing Factors, Impact on Academia, and Remediation. Southeast Decision Sciences Institute 43rd Annual Meeting, Charleston, South Carolina.
Martin, M. W., and L. Matheson (2012). A Quality Function Deployment Approach to Developing Electronic Medical Record Course Content, Design, and Delivery for Healthcare Employees. Southeast Decision Sciences Institute 42nd Annual Meeting, Columbia, South Carolina.