photo of Royce Lummus

Director, Lockheed Martin Aerospace (retired); Adjunct Professor, UT Arlington; President, Consulting Services International

B.S. ASE 1967, The University of Texas at Austin
M.S. ASE 1972, The University of Texas at Arlington
Ph.D. ASE 1980, The University of Texas at Arlington
Diploma, Fluid Mechanics 1971, Von Karman Institute
M.S. EE Biomedical Engineering 1975, Southern Methodist University
M.B.A. 1986, The University of Dallas

Royce Lummus is currently serving his sixteenth year as an adjunct professor of Program Management at the University of Texas at Arlington and as the president of Consulting Services International where he continues to provide management consulting for a wide range of companies from small to Fortune 500.

Lummus holds six university degrees from schools in the U.S. and Europe including a B.S. in aerospace engineering from The University of Texas at Austin and M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in aerospace engineering from the University of Texas at Arlington, an M.S. electrical engineering from Southern Methodist University, a diploma in fluid mechanics from the Von Karman Institute, Brussels, Belgium, and an management and finance from the University of Dallas. He teaches graduate courses as an adjunct professor at the University of Dallas Graduate  School of Management, and also teaches graduate courses in Program Management and Systems Engineering at the University of Texas at Arlington where he successfully supervised numerous Ph.D. students.

Lummus held numerous positions of responsibility during his career at Lockheed Martin, General Dynamics and the Vought Corporation. He directed Lockheed Marting Aeronautics’ Integrated Warfare Development at the famous Advanced Development Programs (Skunk Works) where he managed development of the FB-22 Fighter Bomber Program and the breakthrough Mission & Operational Battle Management Systems that is transforming the future of tactical air warfare. In 2003 he was charged with the business restructuring of a major European company for LM while leading the development of new aircraft programs. He has worked as the director of New Aircraft Programs and the program director and creator of the $2 Billion T-50 Advanced Trainer Program with the Republic of Korea and the $7 Billion Indigenous Defensive Fighter Program with Taiwan.

In addition to his management roles in the aerospace industry, Lummus is also the president and co-owner of the successful fifteen year old Consulting Services International Company which has assisted over one hundred companies and professionals with program and business management, financial planning and marketing services. He is extremely experienced at assisting companies in establishing goals and developing the strategic and tactical business solutions to reach their goals, and coaching company management toward personal and corporate success. These companies include all types of businesses from retail, manufacturing, medical practices and Fortune 500 corporations like Textron and Beechcraft.

Lummus has published technical and management papers in numerous professional publications. He was honored with a Von Karman Fellowship from the U.S. Air Force. He was named a 2001 Distinguished Engineering Alumnus by the University of Texas at Arlington in 1999, as well as a Distinguished University Alumnus there in 2001. He is a registered Professional Engineer and held a Top Secret Security Clearance.

Lummus lives in Fort Worth, TX with his wife Linda, who is a partner in their consulting firm, and their three German shepherd dogs Schatzi, Krieger and Rolfe. He is active in scale radio control modeling, sailing and painting.