Professor of Quantitative Management
Ph.D., Texas Tech University, 1992
M.B.A, Texas Tech University, 1989
B.S., California State University, 1971
Mary Ann Murray, Ph.D., received her doctorate in production and operations management with a minor in statistics; she also holds an M.B.A. with a concentration in management information systems. Prior to joining St. Mary’s University, Murray taught as a faculty member in the School of Business at John Carroll University. Since joining St. Mary’s, Murray has served as department chairperson of the Department of Finance and Quantitative Management, as well as director of the Innsbruck study abroad program. Her teaching experience includes courses in production and operations management, quantitative methods, inventory and material management, and production control systems and scheduling.
Murray’s current research interests are in TQM applications and nonlinear applications to health care and education. She has been actively involved in many professional associations, including Decision Sciences Institute and the American Production and Inventory Control Society.
Recent works have appeared in “Business Process Re-Engineering & Management Journal,” “International Journal of Health Care Quality Assurance,” “International Journal of Quality and Reliability Management,” “The CPA Journal,” “Journal of Accountancy,” “Journal of the Academy of Business Education,” “Journal of College Teaching and Learning,” “Journal for the International Academy of Case Studies,” and numerous conference proceedings.