Carl M. Briggs

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Contact Information

(812) 855-3489

1309 E. 10th Street
Room HH 4100

  • Clinical Associate Professor of Operations & Decision Technologies


  • Bloomington


  • PhD, Indiana University
  • MA, Indiana University
  • BA, Arkansas State University

Professional Experience

  • Consulting and training for a number of public and private sector firms

Awards, Honors & Certifications

  • Microsoft Research Higher Education Initiatives, 1999
  • Panshar Outstanding Lecturer Award, 1997
  • Teaching Excellence Award, 1996
  • Higher Education Curriculum Development Grant, Proctor & Gamble for the E-Enterprise Institute, 2000

Professional Interests

Enterprise Project Management, Analytical Techniques for Supply Chain Procurement, Simulation Modeling Tools and Techniques, Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, including distance/online learning

Personal Interests

Hiking, Gardening, Music

Current Projects

  • Preparing Students for the E-Enterprise: EC and ERP Convergence in the Curriculum, Supported by Proctor & Gamble and The Kelley School of Business
  • Wireless Packet-switched Videoconferencing over a High Performance Network: Extending the Traditional Classroom and Prototyping a Tool for the Next Generation of Distance Education, Supported by the High Performance Network Application Program and the Internet 2 Initiative

Selected Publications

  • Briggs, Carl and Ash Soni, "Technology Mediated Collaborative Learning: Promoting Active Learning in the Twenty-First Century".
  • Briggs, Carl and Ash Soni, "The Kelley Undergraduate Program Technology Foundation Core".
  • Briggs, Carl M. and J. Shannon Threlkeld (2004), "Using Role-Play to Teach Negotiation in a Supply Chain Management Course," Midwest Regional Decision Sciences Institute Annual Conference, Cleveland, OH, April. 

Kelley School of Business

Faculty & Research