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Supply Chain Researchers Claim a Shift Toward 'Supply Ecosystems'
A new article from Penn State Smeal College of Business faculty member Christopher W. Craighead and colleagues David Ketchen at Auburn University—a 1994 graduate of the Smeal Ph.D. Program—and Russell Crook at the University of Tennessee suggest that disruptive technologies are creating an evolution from supply chains to “supply ecosystems.”
Located in News Release Archives / 2014 / September
Smeal Again Ranks No. 1 for Graduate Supply Chain Education
The Penn State Smeal College of Business once again ranks No. 1 in graduate supply chain education according to a report from IT research and advisory firm Gartner, which also ranked the college best for undergraduate supply chain education in August.
Located in News Release Archives / 2014 / September
Nicholson Helps Dairy Farmers Mitigate Financial Risks
Charles Nicholson, clinical associate professor of supply chain management at the Penn State Smeal College of Business, is contributing to the introduction of the Margin Protection Program for Dairy Producers (MPP), a government-sponsored insurance initiative to help the nation’s dairy farmers mitigate their financial risks.
Located in News Release Archives / 2014 / September
Smeal Professor to Lead Communications Session for Women at Upcoming Global Supply Chain Conference
Duane “Andy” Gustafson, assistant professor of business administration in the Penn State Smeal College of Business, will lead a session on business communication for women at the annual Global Conference for Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals (CSCMP). The conference will be held Sept. 21-24 in San Antonio, Texas.
Located in News Release Archives / 2014 / September
Smeal College Fall Career Fairs to Kick Off Sept. 9
Penn State Smeal College of Business students will connect with potential employers starting on Tuesday, Sept. 9, in a series of targeted career fairs, including the Supply Chain Career Fair, the Corporate Associate Career Fair, and the Penn State Marketing Association (PSMA) Marketing Career Fair, and more.
Located in News Release Archives / 2014 / September
Harrison to Lead Smeal's Sustainability Efforts
Terry Harrison, professor of supply chain and information systems and the Earl P. Strong Executive Education Professor in Business, has been appointed to lead the Penn State Smeal College of Business sustainability initiative. A strategic priority for the college, the initiative’s goal is to bring sustainability issues to the forefront across the areas of teaching, research, outreach, and operations.
Located in News Release Archives / 2014 / September
Smeal Student, Bitcoin Advocate Wins Trip to London Cryptocurrency Conference
Penn State Smeal College of Business student Patrick Cines will fly to London next month to attend the Inside Bitcoins: The Business of the Cryptocurrency World conference, thanks to a Twitter contest sponsored by CheapAir.com.
Located in News Release Archives / 2014 / August
Students Learn Real-World Supply Chain and Sustainability Skills in Italy
This summer 23 Penn State Smeal College of Business students spent six weeks in Florence, Italy, studying supply chain and management from an Italian perspective with Norm Aggon, assistant department chair and instructor in operations and supply chain management, and Ron Johnson, senior instructor in management and organization.
Located in News Release Archives / 2014 / August
Smeal Welcomes New Faculty Members
The Penn State Smeal College of Business welcomes more than 15 new members to its faculty this academic year.
Located in News Release Archives / 2014 / August
Gartner Ranks Smeal No. 1 in Supply Chain Undergraduate Education
Gartner, Inc., has again ranked the Penn State Smeal College of Business No. 1 in supply chain undergraduate education.
Located in News Release Archives / 2014 / August