Doug Voss, Ph.D., professor of logistics and supply chain management at the University of Central Arkansas College of Business, has been reappointed to the Arkansas Trucking Association Board of Directors.

Voss will serve a one-year, renewable term. The Arkansas Trucking Association is owned and managed by more than 300 trucking companies and industry suppliers.

“With so many large transportation companies located in Arkansas, trucking has a significant impact on our economy and daily lives,” said Voss. “I am happy to be able to continue to serve the industry through the ATA Board of Directors.”

Voss was appointed to the board in 2015. He was a member of the inaugural class of Arkansas Trucking Association’s 40 Under 40 Council in 2010. He served on the council through 2016.

Voss came to the UCA College of Business in 2007 as an assistant professor of logistics and supply chain management. He was promoted to associate professor in 2013, and to professor in 2019.

He also serves as director of the college’s Center for Logistics Education, Advancement and Research. The center was founded in 2007 to educate logistics professionals and conduct research to the benefit of the logistics industry.

Voss earned his bachelor’s and master’s in transportation and logistics at the University of Arkansas. He earned his doctorate in logistics at Michigan State University. He was named to the Scott E. Bennett Arkansas Highway Commission Endowed Chair of Motor Carrier Management in 2015.

The UCA College of Business is the fastest-growing college at the University of Central Arkansas with more than 1,600 undergraduate and graduate students. It offers 13 baccalaureate degrees, two master’s and one graduate certificate across four academic departments and houses the state’s only insurance and risk management program. The UCA College of Business is accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB). Visit uca.edu/business for more.