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March 16, 2018
Cheniere is driving change, locally and globally
Bill Knittle, Chief Supply Chain Officer, came to speak to our students this week at NC State. Bill is helping Cheniere build up one of the largest LNG exporting facilities in the world. Up until a week ago, Cheniere was […]
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Mar 15, 2018
Students Report Food, Housing Insecurity
NC State becomes one of the first universities in the country to survey its student population on hunger and homelessness. The findings could lead to the expansion of student support programs on campus.
Mar 12, 2018
The Business of Partnership
Dr. Jon Carr, Jenkins Distinguished Professor of Entrepreneurship at the Poole College of Management, is all in when it comes to building partnerships and engaging in research to advance entrepreneurship at NC State.
Mar 7, 2018
Online MBA Helped Alumna Accelerate Career
NC State Online Alumna Christina Colgan was grateful she didn’t have to put her career on hold to earn her MBA.
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How Blockchain Could Impact Counterfeiting Across the Supply Chain
Blockchain is a relatively new technology that shows great promise for use across many industries, including logistics and supply chain. The same technology that powers the cryptocurrency BitCoin can be used to reduce the introduction of counterfeit goods across the supply chain.
10 Pieces of Career Advice for Supply Chain Students from a Seasoned Expert
Little things don’t mean a lot – little things mean everything. People come in to present to me – but hadn’t booked a conference room and couldn’t connect their computer – and so they start 6-8 minutes late for a 30 minute meeting!