Marcus Grevel on Humanitarian Supply Chain, Serving and ‘True Grit’
By employing courage, maintaining a headstrong demeanor and sense of humble servitude, Jenkins MBA student and active duty soldier Marcus Grevel is helping to strengthen the humanitarian supply chain.
Painting Success: How Radhika Date Uses Art to Understand Supply Chain
While some would argue that industrial engineering and supply chain are technical and logically-oriented fields, recent MIE grad Radhika Date believes creativity has a place in her area of study.
Teamwork on MetLife Project Ensures Success for Students’ Future
Three undergraduates used what they’ve learned in the classroom to team up and tackle a spend analysis project for MetLife, providing invaluable experience for their upcoming careers.
How One Respected Instructor Created New Beginnings
Since 2010, Professor Tracy Freeman has been going above and beyond to prepare her students for life beyond the classroom. As she plans to soon begin a well-deserved retirement, she leaves behind a multitude of contributions worth revisiting.
Is E-Commerce the New Commerce?
Poole College professor Don Warsing weighs in on how Internet-based transactions are now the norm. Should we re-evaluate how we define, teach and approach the concept of commerce?
Kate Lundy: An Alum Who Never Stops Learning
She is rising to success and has become a strong consulting professional with a supply chain degree from Poole College; however, Lundy remains humble and thankful for the perspectives she gained from academia.