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Jeremy G. Roberts, D.M.

Jeremy G. Roberts, D.M.

Teaching Assistant Professor


304-293-7664jeremy.roberts@mail.wvu.edu6006Reynolds Hall

Global Supply Chain Management

Jeremy G. Roberts, D.M.

Teaching Assistant Professor


Dr. Roberts began his supply chain career in 2001 when he joined the United States Marine Corps and became a Supply Administration and Operations Clerk supporting Operation Iraqi Freedom, Operation Enduring Freedom, and other operations around the world. He completed a BS in Management and MBA in Management Information systems at Park University, after which he attended University of Phoenix School of Advanced Studies and obtained a Doctor of Management degree in Organizational Leadership. Over the years, he has worked for the United States Navy Civil Service, Disabled American Veterans, and Walmart before joining the faculty of John Chambers College of Business & Economics at WVU. He teaches business core supply chain management, supply chain procurement, and distribution/logistics management.


D.M., Organizational Leadership. University of Phoenix

MBA, Management Information Systems, Park University

BS, Management, Park University

Recent Publications

Zhang, X., Roberts, J. G., & Parrish, A. J. (2023). Using a multidisciplinary engineering project in a first-year engineering course for educationally disadvantaged students. Paper presented at 2023 ASEE North Central Section conference, Morgantown, West Virginia.

Zhang, X., & Roberts, J. G. (2020). Integrate a conflict resolution session into the freshman engineering problem solving course to improve students’ ability to solve interpersonal team conflicts. Paper presented at 2020 ASEE North Central Section conference, Morgantown, West Virginia.

Roberts, J. G., Henderson, J. G., Olive, L. A., & Obaka, D. (2013). A review of outsourcing of services in health care organizations. Journal of Outsourcing and Organizational Information Management, 2013. DOI: 10.5171/2013.985197

Roberts, J. G. (2015). IT adoption within veteran service organizations and nonprofit organizations: A descriptive study (Order No. 3738979). Available from ProQuest Dissertations & Theses Global.

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