Michael Arnold

Professor of Practice
520.626.1533
mjarnold@email.arizona.edu

Educational Background

M.S. Chemical Engineering, The University of Arizona, 1977.

B.S. Chemical Engineering, The University of Arizona, 1972.

Research & Teaching Interests

Corporate Management, Business Finance, New Venture Strategies, Strategic Planning, International Business.

Selected Publications

M. J. Arnold, “Engineer to Entrepreneur: Making the Career Enhancing Transition”, IEEE Today’s Engineer, September, 2002

M. J. Arnold, "Computer Dispatching Advances Mining Technology", American Mining Congress International Mining Show Compendium, April 26, 1988. Reprinted: American Mining Congress "Washington Concentrates", (24) pp. 12-13, June, 1988

M. J. Arnold and J. W. White, "Computer DISPATCHing Improves Open Pit Mining Efficiency", Invited paper for American Mining Congress International Mining Show; Las Vegas, Nevada, Oct. 1986.

M. J. Arnold & G. H. Geiger, "A New Framework for Engineering Economics", 27th Annual American Society for Engineering Management (ASEM) National Conference, Huntsville, AL, paper #106 pp 1-4, October 2006.

Director, Engineering Management Program

University of Arizona College of Engineering