Marc Angus Scott

Assistant Professor of Logistics & Supply Chain Management


  • Ph.D. (Transportation and Logistics): North Dakota State University
  • MS (Transportation): South Carolina State University
  • BS (Business Economics): South Carolina State University

Areas of Specialization

  • Logistics and Transportation Operations
  • Supply Chain Service Markets
  • Economics of Service Operations
  • Public Sector Operations
  • Supply Chain Economics and Strategy


Marc Angus Scott has a passion for engaging at the intersection of scholarship and practice. He is currently an assistant professor of logistics and supply chain management in the Parker College of Business at Georgia Southern University where he also serves as the director of the Southern Center for Logistics and Intermodal Transportation (SCLIT). He teaches courses in transportation, logistics, and supply chain management.  Prior to joining the faculty at Georgia Southern University, he was an assistant professor, clinical assistant professor and assistant department chair in the Supply Chain Management Department at the Sam M. Walton College of Business at the University of Arkansas.  Prior to the University of Arkansas, he was an assistant professor of logistics at Georgia Southern University. His research focuses logistics, transportation, retail and public sector operations. He has experience in the retail, applied research, government, development banking, investment banking, energy, and manufacturing industries, with all roles focused on transportation, logistics, supply chain management and strategy.

Office Location

Parker College of Business room 2231
Phone: 912-478-3940


Curriculum Vitae

Last updated: 6/16/2020

Department of Logistics & Supply Chain Management • PO Box 8036 Statesboro, GA 30460 • 912-478-1498 •