Director, Master of Supply Chain Transportation & Logistics (MSCTL) Program
Associate Teaching Professor
Civil & Environmental Engineering
- WCL 202D
Amelia Regan is director of the Supply Chain Transportation & Logistics master's degree program and teaching professor at the Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering. Now emeritus, Regan previously directed University of California, Irvine’s master’s degree programs in computer science and transportation science. Her extensive career touches on the development of computational methods to improve the efficiency, sustainability and security of transportation systems. Her research has included warehouse logistics, freight transportation planning, technology adoption in transportation and congestion pricing. She has been supported by various sources including the National Science Foundation, Transportation Research Board and J.B. Hunt, and has been published in more than 160 refereed journals. Regan holds a B.A.S. in Systems Engineering from the University of Pennsylvania, a M.S. in Applied Mathematics from Johns Hopkins University, and a Ph.D. in Civil Engineering (Transportation Systems) from the University of Texas, Austin.
- MSE, Ph.D., Civil Engineering (Transportation Systems), University of Texas, Austin
- M.S., Applied Mathematics, Johns Hopkins University
- B.A.S., Systems Engineering, University of Pennsylvania
New faculty directs SCTL master’s program
It’s full speed ahead for Amelia Regan. After retiring from a 25-year career in academia, Regan is bringing her expertise and energy to a new role — as Director of the Supply Chain Transportation and Logistics (SCTL) master’s program and Associate Teaching Professor.