John Deere Endowed Faculty Fellow - John Andy Anderson

The John Deere Endowed Faculty Fellowship provides support for faculty research and scholarship in science, mathematics and business and will alternate between the College of Business Administration and the College of Humanities, Arts and Sciences at UNI.

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John "Andy" Anderson, Spring 2014-present
John "Andy" Anderson was named UNI's first John Deere Endowed Faculty Fellow. Anderson is in the final stages of his Ph.D. studies in International Business at Durham University (UK) and has extensive industry experience in new product development and global supply chain management. He studied Management Science at Lancaster University (UK), Supply Chain and Operations Management at UNI, and Mandarin Chinese at Northeast University of Finance and Economics (China).

Anderson has vast international experience and is fluent in Mandarin. His research track explores many facets of Chinese outward foreign direct investment (FDI) such as facility location choice; establishment mode preference; strategic asset acquisition and resulting innovation generation; home and host country isomorphic pressure; efficacy of developed economy investment promotion agencies in generating FDI from emerging markets; methodological shortcomings in contemporary location choice econometric modeling; and the impact of the financial crisis on Chinese organizations' 'catch-up' with Western firms.

Anderson has developed strong ties with John Deere through student projects in the area of supply chain management at John Deere, inviting supply chain managers to speak with his classes on a regular basis, and actively engaging with supply chain professionals from John Deere, and other local organizations, through active professional membership in the Institute of Supply Management, Cedar Falls/Waterloo chapter. He stays connected to management at John Deere and other local organizations to ensure that UNI's Supply Chain Management program offers cutting-edge, innovative learning opportunities for students and that the curriculum reflects the changes and growing needs in industry.


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John Deere Endowed Faculty Fellow - John Andy Anderson

The John Deere Endowed Faculty Fellowship provides support for faculty research and scholarship in science, mathematics and business and will alternate between the College of Business Administration and the College of Humanities, Arts and Sciences at UNI.

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John "Andy" Anderson, Spring 2014-present
John "Andy" Anderson was named UNI's first John Deere Endowed Faculty Fellow. Anderson is in the final stages of his Ph.D. studies in International Business at Durham University (UK) and has extensive industry experience in new product development and global supply chain management. He studied Management Science at Lancaster University (UK), Supply Chain and Operations Management at UNI, and Mandarin Chinese at Northeast University of Finance and Economics (China).

Anderson has vast international experience and is fluent in Mandarin. His research track explores many facets of Chinese outward foreign direct investment (FDI) such as facility location choice; establishment mode preference; strategic asset acquisition and resulting innovation generation; home and host country isomorphic pressure; efficacy of developed economy investment promotion agencies in generating FDI from emerging markets; methodological shortcomings in contemporary location choice econometric modeling; and the impact of the financial crisis on Chinese organizations' 'catch-up' with Western firms.

Anderson has developed strong ties with John Deere through student projects in the area of supply chain management at John Deere, inviting supply chain managers to speak with his classes on a regular basis, and actively engaging with supply chain professionals from John Deere, and other local organizations, through active professional membership in the Institute of Supply Management, Cedar Falls/Waterloo chapter. He stays connected to management at John Deere and other local organizations to ensure that UNI's Supply Chain Management program offers cutting-edge, innovative learning opportunities for students and that the curriculum reflects the changes and growing needs in industry.

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Departments & Faculty | Endowed Professorships

John Deere Endowed Faculty Fellow - John Andy Anderson

The John Deere Endowed Faculty Fellowship provides support for faculty research and scholarship in science, mathematics and business and will alternate between the College of Business Administration and the College of Humanities, Arts and Sciences at UNI.

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John "Andy" Anderson, Spring 2014-present
John "Andy" Anderson was named UNI's first John Deere Endowed Faculty Fellow. Anderson is in the final stages of his Ph.D. studies in International Business at Durham University (UK) and has extensive industry experience in new product development and global supply chain management. He studied Management Science at Lancaster University (UK), Supply Chain and Operations Management at UNI, and Mandarin Chinese at Northeast University of Finance and Economics (China).

Anderson has vast international experience and is fluent in Mandarin. His research track explores many facets of Chinese outward foreign direct investment (FDI) such as facility location choice; establishment mode preference; strategic asset acquisition and resulting innovation generation; home and host country isomorphic pressure; efficacy of developed economy investment promotion agencies in generating FDI from emerging markets; methodological shortcomings in contemporary location choice econometric modeling; and the impact of the financial crisis on Chinese organizations' 'catch-up' with Western firms.

Anderson has developed strong ties with John Deere through student projects in the area of supply chain management at John Deere, inviting supply chain managers to speak with his classes on a regular basis, and actively engaging with supply chain professionals from John Deere, and other local organizations, through active professional membership in the Institute of Supply Management, Cedar Falls/Waterloo chapter. He stays connected to management at John Deere and other local organizations to ensure that UNI's Supply Chain Management program offers cutting-edge, innovative learning opportunities for students and that the curriculum reflects the changes and growing needs in industry.

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