• A picture of a group of students at a competition.

    Competition teaches students realities of supply chains

    “The simulation is really good at teaching students the need for cross-functional collaboration, which is a critical concern for most companies,” Professor Donna Davis said.

  • Picture of a large group of students outside the Florida Aquariam.

    Tampa Bay trade and logistics

    Students in Supply Chain Management course tour Port Tampa Bay to learn about plans for expansion from Wade Elliott, VP of Marketing and Business Development

  • Picture of a female student working with her hands while two male students take notes in a cigar factory learning about logistics.

    Hands-on learning

    Logistics Management students visit the oldest family-owned cigar factory in the U.S. to learn about logistics

  • Picture of Rob Hooker trying out training simulator.

    Business engagement

    Professor Rob Hooker tries out the training simulator for the state-of-the-art CSX Intermodal Logistics Center in Winter Haven

Employer Spotlight

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Target Corporation awarded $1,000 to the Center for Supply Chain Management & Sustainability to support the Target Supply Chain Case Competition this fall. Teams of undergraduate students enrolled in Supply Chain Management and Logistics Management will present solutions to a team of Target managers.

Faculty Spotlight

Robert Hooker

"Sustainability" has become a catchphrase in business with the rise in public environmental consciousness. But the truth is, for a company to be truly sustainable, it takes more than just the corporate equivalent of turning off the lights before leaving the house.