Researchers from Michigan State University’s top-ranked Department of Supply Chain Management are co-leading an ambitious new project that aims to redefine the future of supply chain management on a global level. Working with the APICS Foundation, the researchers will identify Read More »
SCMA is the largest and most active student organization on campus with a membership of more than 500 students. SCMA conducts 16 semi-monthly meetings each school year providing opportunities for students to hear company presenters and learn about supply chain Read More »
On October 24, 2014 Michigan State University announced a $25 million challenge grant from philanthropist and MSU alumnus Eli Broad and his wife, Edythe, to the Eli Broad College of Business, bringing the couple’s total giving to MSU to nearly Read More »
12/25/2014-12/26/2014 Fall 2014 Holiday — University closed 1/1/2015-1/2/2015 Fall 2014 Holiday — University closed 1/12/2015 Spring 2015 Classes begin for Spring semester 2015. 1/2015 Spring 2015 MSSCM 2015/2016 January Cohort Begins 1/20/2015-1/21/205 Spring 2015 MSU SCM Council Meeting 1/22/2015 Spring Read More »
The department hosted the master’s in supply chain management graduation luncheon on Dec. 12 at the Henry Center. Students then participated in the MSU advanced degrees ceremony at 3:30 p.m. on Friday. Pictured, from left to right, are Molly Dickston, Read More »
Professors Pat Daugherty and Judy Whipple toured SUNSET Produce’s state-of-the-art greenhouse facility in Coldwater, MI., on Friday. Pictured are Pam Norris and Penni Vandecar, MBA Career Services, as well as Larry Zink, John Whims, Bill Knudson, and Brent Ross from the Read More »
Associate professor Stan Griffis has had an article accepted by Transportation Journal. “Supply Chain Interdiction as a Competitive Weapon” will appear in the January issue of Transportation Journal, the oldest academic journal in the field of business logistics.