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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
Two Smeal Alumni, Board of Visitors Members Selected as 2014 Distinguished Alumni
Two Smeal College of Business graduates are included among the eight Penn Staters chosen to receive Distinguished Alumni Awards for 2014. The Distinguished Alumni Award is the University’s highest award for an individual.
Located in News Release Archives / 2014 / May
Supply Chain Junior Earns Prestigious R. Gene Richter Scholarship Award
Karoline Rueckerl, a Supply Chain Management junior in the Penn State Smeal College of Business, has been selected as a recipient of the 2014 R. Gene Richter Scholarship, a prestigious award from the Institute for Supply Management (ISM).
Located in News Release Archives / 2014 / May
Markea Dickinson Earns MIT Supply Chain Excellence Award
Markea Dickinson, a graduating senior in the Penn State Smeal College of Business Supply Chain Management major, has earned a Supply Chain Excellence Award from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).
Located in News Release Archives / 2014 / April
Solving Industry Challenges an Important Goal for Supply Chain Ph.D. Alumni
Penn State Smeal College of Business Ph.D. Program alumni James Abbey ‘13g and Kaitlin Wowak ’12g are using their supply chain management expertise to improve supply chain practice in industry through research and teaching.
Located in News Release Archives / 2014 / March
Analytics, Transportation Logistics the Topics of New Executive Education Offerings at Penn State
Registration is open for two new executive education programs in supply chain management through Penn State Executive Programs. Both programs, covering topics related to business analytics, transportation, and logistics, are slated for the first week of June at Penn State’s University Park campus.
Located in News Release Archives / 2014 / March
MBA Case Competition and Round Table Focus on Supply Chain
On February 20-21, the Penn State Smeal MBA Program hosted the second and final round of the Deloitte Supply Chain MBA Challenge—a case competition sponsored by Deloitte Consulting LLP. After the awards presentation, faculty members from the participating schools and Deloitte Consulting leaders participated in a round table discussion on the future of supply chain education.
Located in News Release Archives / 2014 / March
Early Career Professorship Honoring John Coyle Will Support Faculty Recruitment
An anonymous donor has committed a gift of $334,000 to establish the Dr. John Coyle Early Career Professorship in Supply Chain in honor of John Coyle, professor emeritus of business administration and director of corporate sponsors for the Center for Supply Chain Research. With matching funds from the Penn State Faculty Endowment Challenge, the total endowment is worth $500,000.
Located in News Release Archives / 2014 / February