Professor Niederhoff is an Associate Professor in the Supply Chain Management department. Her research addresses issues of how individuals make decisions within the supply chain and what effect these have on the efficiencies and profits of the firms. Her work has been published in top research journals such as Management Science and Production and Operations Management as well as featured in articles in The New York Times, Science Daily, and Scientific American.
Professor Niederhoff’s research topics include supply chain contracting, behaviors related to supply chain, operations, and group dynamics and worker effort.
While at Whitman, Professor Niederhoff has taught courses for undergraduate core providing a first exposure to the field for many students. She’s also taught in the undergraduate and graduate electives for students majoring in the course. Professor Niederhoff was nominated for the Meredith Teaching award in 2014 and 2015.
Some of Niederhoff’s recent media mentions and features include:
- Get Ready to Stand in Line for a Long Time Once Lockdown Ends , Daily Beast
- Meat Shortage? , WSYR-AM 570
- Is there a meat shortage? , Spectrum TV
- Nation’s Food Supply – Meat Shortage? , NBC Nightly News
- Amid Meat Supply Disruptions, Consumers Have Options , Consumer Reports
- From Farm to Table: Is the Food Supply Chain Breaking? , CNN Podcast – Sanjay Gupta’s Coronavirus: Fact vs Fiction
- Meat processing plants have become incubators for coronavirus. Trump reportedly wants to keep them open anyway. , Vox
- Meat processing plants across the US are closing due to the pandemic. Will consumers feel the impact? , CNN
- Meat may disappear from store shelves because of supply chain disruption due to COVID-19 , Fast Company
- The Food Chain’s Weakest Link: Slaughterhouses , New York Times
- Meat factories are shutting down across the country: Will there be a shortage of food? , today.com
- 60% of procurement leaders say lack of transparency is a risk, survey finds , Supply Chain Dive
- Using Transparency to Enhance Reputation and Manage Business Risk , Harvard Business Review
- Warehouse distribution centers bring jobs, but lack employee retention, says SU professor , WRVO