Transportation and Logistics Research Center

Staff Details

Dr. Richard D Stewart Download Richard's VCard

Director, Transportation and Logistics Research Center Professor, Business and Economics Department

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Transportation and Logistics Research Center - UW-Superior

Positions

UW-Superior

Professor in the Department of Business and Economics

Director of UW Superior Transportation and Logistics Research Center,1999 to present

Appointed Co-Director Great Lakes Maritime Research Institute-2005


United States Merchant Marine Academy-Kings Point, NY

Professor, June 1996 - August 1999

Academic Department Head 1989 - 1996, Department of Marine Transportation 1989-1996

Assistant Department Head-1988 - 1989 Associate Professor, Department of Marine Transportation, 1987 - 1988


Teaching Experience

Transportation Economics (upper-level undergraduate), UW-Superior

Logistics and Supply Chain Management (Upper-level Undergraduate) UW-Superior

Marine Transportation (upper-level undergraduate), USMMA & UW-Superior

Port and Terminal Management (upper-Level undergraduate), USMMA UW-Superior

International and Intermodal Freight Operations (upper-level undergraduate), UW-Superior

Environmental Management (upper-level undergraduate), USMMA

Marine Transportation Management and Port Operations (Graduate level), University of Delaware

Global Logistics (graduate-level) ,USMMA Continuing Education

Marine & Inland Transportation Systems (Graduate level), World Trade Institute, NY


Licenses and Certifications

USCG Master of Steam or Motor Vessels of any gross tons upon oceans - Valid until 2010

GMDSS License

STCW Certificate 95

Certified in Transportation and Logistics (CTL), American Society of Transportation and Logistics


Positions

Seahawk Management, Inc.-Houston, Texas

Fleet Manager 1986 - 1987

Master of Vessels, 1980 - 1986


Interocean Transport- Philadelphia, PA

Chief Mate 1980-1982


Gulf Oil Corporation-Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Chief, Second & Third Mate 1973 - 1979


Consulting History

Instructor for diploma program in Shipping and Port Operations, University of Delaware and Singapore

Port Institute, 1990 - 1997, Joint program with Hong Kong and University of Delaware, 1999

Port Captain, Kerr Steamship, 1990, 1991, 1992


Education

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute: Lally School of Management, Troy, NY
Ph.D. Degree
Research Focus: Ports and Waterways Environmental Policy and Management

University of Wisconsin-Green Bay, Green Bay, Wisconsin
Master of Science Degree
Research Focus: Marine Environmental Policy and Management

United States Merchant Marine Academy, Kings Point, New York
Bachelor of Science Degree, Marine Transportation



Research Projects

Co-Principal Investigator for federal grant to establish Great Lakes Maritime Research Institute and conduct research on maritime commerce on the Great Lakes. Awarded 2005, 2006, 2007,2008 and 2009 $3.75 Million

Principal Investigator for grant on Evaluation of Shipper Requirements and Rail Service for Northern Wisconsin and the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. US Department of Transportation, Wisconsin Department of Transportation, and CN Railroad awarded April 2005. $250,000

Rail to Truck Modal Shift: Impact of Increased Freight Traffic on Pavement Maintenance Costs Midwest Regional University Transportation Center, Wisconsin Department of Transportation. Awarded April 2005 - $87,000

Principal Investigator for grant establishing guidelines for warehouse interns. Warehouse Education Research Council Awarded December 2002. $25,000

Principal Investigator for grant on Potential Establishment of an Intermodal Service for the Twin Ports. Midwest Regional University Transportation Center; U.S., Wisconsin and Minnesota Departments of Transportation; Metropolitan Interstate Planning Committee; and Duluth Seaway Port Authority Awarded November 2001. $150,000

Researcher for US Department of Transportation Grant to develop teaching modules in Transportation, Distribution and Logistics. June 2000-January 2002. $15,000

Project Manager for US Department of Labor Title III Grant to develop training program and train incumbent workers in Transportation and Logistics. Awarded 1999-2002. $900,000

Researcher for US Department of Transportation Grant to develop teaching modules in Transportation, Distribution and Logistics. June 2000-January 2002. $15,000

Publication and Presentations

"The Merchant Marine Act of 2010" Great Lakes Seaway Review, Volume 38, Number 2, Harbor House, Boyne City, Michigan, edited, 2009

The Economics and Logistics of Transporting Taconite Mining and Processing Byproducts (Aggregate): Minnesota and Beyond, Zanko, Lawrence, Ogard, Elizabeth, Stewart, Richard, Final Report to the Minerals Coordinating Committee, Technical Report NRRI/TR-2008/19 Natural Resources Research Institute, Duluth MN, October 2008.

Rail to Truck Modal Shift: Impact of Increased Freight Traffic on Pavement Maintenance Costs, Richard D. Stewart, Libby Ogard, Anthony Pagano, Christopher Williams, Jason P. Bausano, Project 06-03, Midwest Regional University Transportation Center, Madison, WI, Edited, January 2008.

"Agents of Change". Great Lakes Seaway Review, Volume 37, Number 2, October-November 2008, Harbor House, Boyne City, Michigan, edited, 2008.

"The Potential Impact of Prince Rupert on the Twin Cities and the Twin Ports", Richard Stewart, Xiubin Wang, Adolph Ojard, Proceedings of the Canadian Transportation Research Forum, June 2007, Peer Reviewed.

"Do Institutional Mechanisms Exist to Set and Enforce Standards for the Great Lakes that Exceed the Ballast Water Performance and Exchange Standards Established by the International Maritime Organization?", Commission by the National Academies of Science, Committee on the St. Lawrence Seaway: Options to Eliminate Introduction of Nonindigenous Species into the Great Lakes, Edited, May 2007.

International Logistics, 2nd Edition, Pierre David and Richard Stewart, Thomson Publishing, January 2007.

Evaluation of Shipper Requirements and Rail Service for Northern Wisconsin and the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, Richard Stewart, William Sproule, William Bajjali, Xiubin Wang, Pasi Lautala, Libby Ogard, US Department of Transportation Grant Report, August 2006.

"Wisconsin Case Study of Modal Shift of Short line Rail to Highways," Christopher Williams, Jason P. Bausano, Richard Stewart, Libby Ogard, Proceedings of the 2006 Mid-Continent Transportation Research Forum, University of Wisconsin-Madison, August 2006. Edited.

"Engaging Shippers and Carriers in Freight Advocacy - Communication Pays Off", Pasi Lautala, William Sproule, Libby Ogard, Richard Stewart, Proceedings of the 2006 Mid-Continent Transportation Research Forum, University of Wisconsin-Madison. August 2006. Edited.

"Prince Rupert to the Twin Cities: The Potential Value Added of a New Intermodal Service" Richard D. Stewart, Adolph Ojard, Xiubin Wang, Proceedings of the 6th International Conference of Transportation Professionals, 2006 Dalian, China. Edited.

"Great Lakes Marine Transportation System" White Paper Prepared for the Midwest Freight Corridor Study, Midwest Regional University Transportation Center. Madison, WI, April 2006 Edited.

Guide To Warehouse Internships, Warehouse Education Research Council, Oak Brook, II, 2005 Edited.

Twin Ports Intermodal Freight Terminal Study, Research Report, Richard Stewart, Robert Eger III, Libby Ogard, Frank Harder, Midwest Regional Transportation Research Center, National Transportation Library Catalog Number DFDA 20.701, Washington, DC, July 2003.

"Parameters for a Roll On-Roll Off Marine Intermodal Service for Lake Superior", Transportation Research Record, No. 1820, Richard Stewart, Terry Lavoie, Nathan Shutes, Journal of the Transportation Research Board May 2003.

"Teaching Modules For Transit Systems", Grant Report, The Transportation and Distribution Logistics Initiative, Illinois Department of Education, Springfield IL, May 2002 Edited.

"Fitting into the Transportation Stream of the Future", Great Lakes Seaway Review, October-December 2000 Edited.


Presentations

"Dedicated Funding for University Maritime Research: Issues and Opportunities", Presented at METRANS Urban Freight Conference, Long Beach, Ca, October 21, 2009

"Climate Change Impacts on the Great Lakes Shipping Industry", Lake Superior Binational Forum, Superior, WI. January 30, 2009.

"Expanding Great Lakes Short Sea Service," Great Lakes and St. Lawrence Seaway Cities Initiative, Superior, WI. December 05, 2008.

"The St. Lawrence Seaway In The Future," Minnesota Invasive Species Conference, Duluth, MN, October 27, 2008.

"Addressing Freight and Intermodal Transportation Solutions within Your Region - An Overview," National Rural Transportation Peer Learning Conference, Duluth, MN, August 18, 2008.

"Challenges in Establishing Intermodal Service," Green Bay Intermodal Conference, Green Bay, WI, May 19, 2008.

"Marine Air Emissions," AW000 Session 157, Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting, Washington DC, January 2008.

"Marine Invasive Species," Transportation Research Board, Session 308, AS030, Annual Meeting, Washington DC, 2008.

"Measuring the Impact of Rail to Road Modal Shift: Results from Three Case Studies," Anthony Pagano, Christopher Williams, Jason P. Bausano, Richard Stewart, Libby Ogard, TRB Paper #08-1871, Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting, Washington DC, January 2008.

"The Only Constant is Change: Transportation Changes In The Upper Midwest," Keynote Presentation, University of Minnesota Center for Transportation Studies 11th Annual Freight and Logistics Conference, November 30, 2007.

"Great Lakes Maritime Commerce and Global Warming: Dredging Impacts," Making a Great Lake Superior Conference, October 29, 2007.

"Carbon Credit Trading and Great Lakes Maritime Commerce," Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, Great Lakes and Great Rivers Sectional Meeting, Marinette, WI, September 21, 2007.

"A Case Study of Modal Shift of Short line Rail to Highways", R.D Stewart.; A, Pagano; L. Oggard; J. Bausano; and R.C. Williams, 11th World Conference on Transport Research, Berkeley, California, June 24-28, 2007.

"The Potential Impact of Prince Rupert on the Twin Cities and the Twin Ports," Canadian Transportation Research Forum, Richard Stewart, Xiubin Wang, Adolph Ojard , June 04, 2007.

"Great Lakes Maritime Commerce and Global Warming: Operational Impacts," International Association of Great Lakes Researchers Annual Meeting, Penn State University, May 31, 2007.

"The Future of Great Lakes Vessels as Links in Dynamic Supply Chains," Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, Great Lakes and Rivers Section Meeting, March 01, 2007 Cleveland, OH.

"Transportation Changes and their Potential Impact on Forest Products," Minnesota SAF Winter Conference, Ely, MN, January 31, 2007.

"Prince Rupert to Twin Cities: Potential Value Added of New Intermodal Freight Service," Richard Stewart, Xiubin Wang, Adolph Ojard, Paper 07-2246 Transportation Research Board, 86th Annual Meeting, Washington DC, January 2007. Peer reviewed.

"Northern Wisconsin, Upper Peninsula, MI Rail Study-Student Research Involvement," Richard Stewart, Xiubin Wang, Eldon Eagle, Wisconsin Economics Association, October 20, 2006, Stevens Point, WI.

"Great Lakes Maritime Research- Future Shipping Opportunities", Great Lakes Commission Annual Meeting, Duluth, MN, October 04, 2006.

"Great Lakes Maritime Commerce Research", Council of Great Lakes Research Managers Annual Meeting, Duluth, MN, October 03, 2006.

"Great Lakes Shipping Opportunities", Transportation Research Board Seaway Project, Toronto, ON, September 29, 2006.

"Planning Issues for Shipper Requirements and Rail Service for Northern Wisconsin and the Upper Peninsula of Michigan", 2006 Wisconsin DOT/MPO/RPC Planning Conference, Duluth, MN.

"Great Lakes Maritime Environmental Issues", Great Lakes Green Marine, St. Catherine's, ON, June 27, 2006.

"Great Lakes Marine Transportation System," White Paper prepared for the Upper Midwest Freight Corridor Study, Midwest Regional University Transportation Center, Madison, WI, April 2006. Edited.

"What Great Lakes Maritime Environmental Course Should We Steer?" Maritime Day, Cleveland, OH, March 2006.

"Transportation Evolution in the Upper Midwest and Potential Impacts on Wood Product Movements", 5th Forest and Wildlife Research Review, Sustainable Forests Education Cooperative, Cloquet Forestry Center, January 11, 2006.

"Rail Service: Future Options for the Upper Midwest", Transportation Club of Minneapolis and St. Paul, January 10, 2006

"Great Lakes Maritime Research Institute-Research Goals," Great Lakes Waterways Management Forum, Sarnia, ON, Canada, November 18, 2005.

"Research Projects: Pavement Impact of Rail to Truck Modal Shift, Growing Rail Freight: Tools for Shippers," Wisconsin Department of Transportation Annual Railroad Conference, Madison, WI, November 9, 2005.

"Great Lakes Short-Sea Shipping (GLSSS)", Wood Products, Highway H20 Session, St. Lawrence Seaway Development Corporation, Duluth, MN, September 08, 2005.

"Great Lakes Short-Sea Shipping (GLSSS)", Wisconsin Commercial Ports Association Annual Meeting, Washburn, WI, September 15, 2005.

"Research Projects: Pavement Impact of Rail to Truck Modal Shift, Growing Rail Freight: Tools for Shippers," Midwest Regional and Short line Railroad, Annual Conference, Grand Rapids, MN, July 19, 2005.

"The Gathering Supply Chain Storm," TRB Summer Conference, Boston, MA, July 11, 2005.

"Supply Chain and Carrier Transitions," 3M Roofing Industry Conference, Bemidji, MN, April 30, 2005.

"Dedicated Funding for Maritime Research," White Paper for Journal of Commerce Domestic Maritime Conference, Hilton Head, SC, April 5, 2005.

"The Gathering Supply Chain Storm," Ship Operations Cooperative Program 9th Annual Meeting, Piney Point, MD, October 2004.

"Rural Transportation Freight Issues", James L. Oberstar Forum on Transportation Policy and Technology,
March 14-16, 2004.

"Intermodal Terminal Requirements for Small to Medium Size Communities: A Case Study Analysis," Richard Stewart, Libby Ogard, Frank Harder, (04-8103) Transportation Research Board, 83rd Annual Meeting, Washington DC, January 2004.

"Parameters for a Roll-On-Roll-Off Marine Intermodal Service on Lake Superior," Richard Stewart; Terry La Voie, BS; Nathan Shutes, BS; (03-3828) Transportation Research Board, 82nd Annual Meeting, Washington, DC.

"Evaluation of Potential Intermodal Rail Terminal Locations In The Twin Ports", Richard Stewart ,Connie Kimball, BS; April Doornek; Brian Granholm, BS; (03-4063) Transportation Research Board, 82nd Annual Meeting, Washington, DC.

"The Potential Impact of Pig Iron Production in Northeastern Minnesota on Great Lakes Shipping", Great Lakes and Great Rivers Section of the Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, Traverse City, MI, October 2002.

"Great Lakes Short Sea Shipping," Ship Operations Cooperative Program, 8th Annual Meeting, Piney Point, MD, October 2003.

"Containerization of Grain" with CN and Maersk Shipping Line, Presentation to University of Manitoba and Chair of Panel, November 2003.

"Creating a New Wisconsin Model for Transportation Research," Wisconsin Economic Summit II, Milwaukee, WI, November 2001.

"Regional Transportation Issues and Options," Duluth Economic Summit, Duluth, MN November 2001.

"Transportation and Logistics Education: A Holistic Approach," 35th Annual Conference of the International Society of Logistics Engineers, New Orleans, LA, August 8, 2000.

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UW-Superior Schedule of Classes for Stewart, Richard D
Fall Semester 2014

Note: Class Schedule information reflects data as of 4/18/14 1:30 AM.

Fall Semester 2014
Class Nbr.Catalog Nbr.Course Title/Course TopicsClass Sect.CreditsBldg.RoomDaysTimeSeats Open
TRSP - Transp & Logistics ManagementTop of Page
2193TRSP 400Transportation Internship
View Books for this Class
Course must be taken Pass/Fail
0012.00 - 7.00 ARR25 of 25
Department Consent Required
Meets in Old Main 135

Note: Class Schedule information reflects data as of 4/18/14 1:30 AM.

UW-Superior Schedule of Classes for Stewart, Richard D
Summer Session 2014

Note: Class Schedule information reflects data as of 4/18/14 1:30 AM.

Summer Session 2014
Class Nbr.Catalog Nbr.Course Title/Course TopicsClass Sect.CreditsBldg.RoomDaysTimeSeats Open
TRSP - Transp & Logistics ManagementTop of Page
1041TRSP 400Transportation Internship
View Books for this Class
5/27/14 - 8/8/14
K0012.00 - 7.00 ARR23 of 25
Course must be taken Pass/Fail
Department Consent Required
Prerequisites: Admitted to DBE and consent of coopering instructor and department chair.

Note: Class Schedule information reflects data as of 4/18/14 1:30 AM.

UW-Superior Schedule of Classes for Stewart, Richard D
Spring Semester 2014

Note: Class Schedule information reflects data as of 4/18/14 1:30 AM.

Spring Semester 2014
Class Nbr.Catalog Nbr.Course Title/Course TopicsClass Sect.CreditsBldg.RoomDaysTimeSeats Open
TRSP - Transp & Logistics ManagementTop of Page
1426TRSP 400Transportation Internship
View Books for this Class
Course must be taken Pass/Fail
0012.00 - 7.00 ARR24 of 25
Department Consent Required
Meets in Old Main 135

Note: Class Schedule information reflects data as of 4/18/14 1:30 AM.


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