Holly Handley, PhD, PE

Old Dominion University
Associate Professor, Engineering Management & Systems Engineering
2020 Human Systems Conference

Dr. Holly Ann Heine Handley is an Associate Professor in the Engineering Management and System Engineering Department at Old Dominion University. Dr. Handley applies engineering principles and experience in computational modeling to support projects in human systems engineering research and development. She develops models and methodologies to better represent the human component of socio-technical systems. She is currently part of the committee developing HSI industry-wide standards and was also a member of the original NATO panel to develop the Human Viewpoint for system architecture development. Currently her Human System Engineering Laboratory @ ODU is investigating questions on the balance of human roles and automation and the implications for personnel capabilities and manpower requirements across systems and organizations.

2018: 2018 IEEE Systems Council Distinguished Lecturer, IEEE
2018: 2018 HFES Science Policy Fellow , Human Factors & Ergonomics Society (HFES)
2016: Entsminger Fellow, Provost
2016: Shining Star Recognition, Division of Student Engagement and Enrollment Services
2015: EXCELLENCE Awards, Batten College of Engineering & Technology
2014: Nominated, Teaching with Technology Award, Provost
1985: Micciloi Scholar, Raytheon Company
1984: Presidential Scholar, Clarkson College
1982: Kodak Scholar, Eastman Kodak Company