Monica Wooden Center for Supply Chain Management & Sustainability
The center's research and teaching benefits students, scholars, and business partners, with significant opportunities for businesses that become members of the center.
Key Supply Chain Center Functions
- Conducting "real-world" research with practical implications for business.
- Hosting networking opportunities for students, faculty, and businesses.
- Providing executive education to help business leaders improve efficiency and competitiveness.
- Offers bachelor's and master's degrees in supply chain management where significant job prospects exist for graduating students and equipping business leaders for promotional opportunities.
- Supporting students' development of the knowledge and skills needed for success in the global marketplace and community.
- Creating opportunities for students to work on short-term research projects and participate in internships.
- Providing possible opportunities for members to serve as guest lecturers or host students for off-site learning opportunities.
- Class curriculum input from business partners that enables state of the art learning – systems, business analytics, data science methods and tools