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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
Five Long-Time Smeal Faculty Members Retire
The Penn State Smeal College of Business marks the retirements of five long-time faculty members in 2014: Edward Reutzel, Ralph Licastro, William “Skip” Grenoble, Mark Dirsmith, and Augustus Colangelo.
Located in News Release Archives / 2014 / August
Supply Chain's Preciado Honored for Teaching Excellence
Felisa Preciado, clinical associate professor of supply chain management, has been named the 2014 recipient of the Penn State Smeal College of Business Fred Brand Jr. Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching.
Located in News Release Archives / 2014 / July
Why Aren't Consumers Buying Remanufactured Products?
Firms looking to increase market share of remanufactured consumer products will have to overcome a big barrier to do so, according to a recent study from the Penn State Smeal College of Business. Findings from faculty members Meg Meloy and V. Daniel R. Guide, Jr., indicate that consumers perceive many categories of remanufactured products as dirty and disgusting.
Located in News Release Archives / 2014 / July
Company Looks to Penn State Smeal for Next Generation Supply Chain Talent
The Penn State Smeal College of Business is one of only two schools from which Burlington Stores, a national off-price retailer headquartered in New Jersey, actively recruits for its Supply Chain Leader Development Program. This leadership program for supply chain graduates is an 18-month program that introduces new graduates to the various roles and responsibilities of leadership at the company.
Located in News Release Archives / 2014 / July
Smeal Alumni in Profile: Trotman Uses Business Logistics Background to Fill Need in Online Marketplace
While Karla Trotman ‘98 was a Business Logistics major—a precursor to today’s Supply Chain and Information Systems major—in the Penn State Smeal College of Business, she took an independent study course examining how growing use of the Internet might change consumer behavior in the coming years.
Located in News Release Archives / 2014 / June
Collaboration with Industry Shapes 25 Years of Center for Supply Chain Research
The Penn State Smeal College of Business Center for Supply Chain Research (CSCR) celebrated its 25th anniversary at its spring 2014 Corporate Sponsor meeting, held at the end of April at the Penn Stater Hotel and Conference Center.
Located in News Release Archives / 2014 / June