Monica Wooden Center for Supply Chain Management & Sustainability

Business Partners

The center's research and teaching benefits students, scholars, and business partners, with significant opportunities for businesses that become members of the center.

Important Dates

  • Nov. 29 — CSCMP banquet
  • Dec. 7 — Fall semester ends
  • Jan. 12 — Spring semester begins
  • January — Welcome social
  • Feb. 22 — Meet the Employer event
  • March — Meeting with business partner
  • April — Student banquet
  • April 29 - May 1 — Florida Supply Chain Summit, Miami
  • May — Monica Wooden Center fundraising event

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

Scholarship Gifts

Intertape Polymer Group Logo


AAA Cooper Transporation Logo


The Jordan Strawn Family


The Mark Reed Family


Curriculum Gifts (in kind)

Datex Logo


SAP Logo


Tableau Logo


Mercury Gate Transportation Systems Logo


Uber Freight Logo


Founding Member Gifts

Mercury Gate Logo


Bristol Myers Squibb Logo


Transporation Insight Logo