Alina Marculetiu, A.B.D.
D.B.A. Expected May, 2018, Operations and Supply Chain Management and Business Statistics, Cleveland State University
M.B.A. Finance Focus, Cleveland State University
B.B.A. Business Economics, Cleveland State University
Field(s) of Expertise
Operations Management, Business Statistics
Alina Marculetiu is originally from Transylvania, Romania, and is a very curious and passionate learner and teacher. Her practical approach to teaching engages and connects students to the subject matter by building complexity trough simple analogies to real life situations and business cases. Her teaching and lifestyle reflect her beliefs in and dedication to sustainability, a topic that also inspires her doctoral dissertation in Sustainable Supply Chain Management. Before joining the Boler School, Alina studied as a doctoral student and worked as a graduate assistant and instructor at Cleveland State University and The University of Akron, teaching and tutoring Operations Management, Statistics, and Finance courses. For several years prior to entering her teaching career she managed a local logistics and freight transportation company.
Alina teaches courses in Operations Management, Project Management, Excel Applications, and Business Statistics.
Her research interests include Sustainable Supply Chain Management, Barriers of Sustainable Operations and Supply Chains and Teaching Methods and Strategies. Some of her working papers are: “Don’t Waste Time to Waste Less: Finding Opportunities in Sustainable Supply Chain Management Barriers” and “Case Studies of Sustainable Supply Chains.”