Kettering University B.S.
Industrial Engineering, Wright State University M.S. Industrial
Engineering, Future: Wright State University Ph.D. Industrial
Wright State University, Dayton Area Graduate Studies Institute
Fellow (Graduate Student)
Magna Cum Laude, Kettering University President’s Medal, Graduate Student Excellence Award, Dayton Area Graduate Studies Fellow
-Heath, B. L., Hill, R.R. & Ciarallo, F. Replicating the Bay of Biscay: Issues in Agent-Based Modeling Validation. Industrial
Engineering Research Conference at the IIE Annual Conference and Expo. Miami, FL. Submitted January 2009.
-Heath, B. L., Hill, R.R. & Ciarallo, F. A Survey of Agent-Based Modeling Practices (January 1998 to July 2008). Journal of Artificial
Societies and Social Simulation. Submitted November 2008.
-Heath, B. L. & Hill, R.R. Some Insights into the Emergence of Agent-Based Modeling. Journal of Simulation. Submitted December
-Heath, B. L. & Hill, R.R. (est. 2009) Agent-Based Modeling: A Historical Perspective and a Review of Validation and Verification
Efforts in Handbook of Research on Discrete Event Simulation Environments: Technologies and Applications. IGI Global. Accepted
-Heath, B. L. & Hill, R. (2008). The Early History of Agent-Based Modeling. Industrial Engineering Research Conference at the IIE
Annual Conference and Expo. Vancouver, Canada.
-Redekop, B. W., & Heath, B. L. (2007). A Brief Examination of the Nature, Contexts, and Causes of Unethical Consultant Behaviors.
Journal of Practical Consulting, 1(2), 40-50.
PGSS provided me insight in higher education and prepared me to be successful in that environment.It also gave me motivation through peer interaction and studies to pursue excellence in science and engineering.