Dare to Fail
Jeff Stonebraker is no stranger to wrong turns and dead ends. Before he graduated with a B.S. in electrical engineering from the University of South Florida, he changed his major five times. He went on to earn an M.S. in engineering-economic systems from Stanford University, which he calls a “humbling experience” that required every drop…
Q&A with Noel Greis: The Future of the Machine Tool Industry
Noel Greis, research professor of operations and supply chain management in the Poole College of Management, recently received a grant from the National Science Foundation to examine critical gaps in knowledge and capacity in the U.S. machine tool industry.
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.
Faculty Spotlight: Brad Ashbaugh and “All Hands on Deck”
Professor Brad Ashbaugh prepares his students to bring their unique perspective on day one in the real world.
Helping Students ‘Think and Do’: Carol Kozar
Over the past 20+ years, Carol Kozar has held executive leadership positions at IBM, RTI, and SAS. See how she's using that experience to help push NC State supply chain students forward.
Helping Students ‘Think and Do’: Craig Weeks
Despite making plans to retire back in early 2018, Craig Weeks continues to spend his time helping others, including the students in NC State's supply chain program who work on projects for the SCRC's partner companies.
Helping Students ‘Think and Do’: John Zapko
In this spotlight Q&A, SCRC Executive Advisor John Zapko talks about how and why he advises our supply chain students as they work on projects with our corporate partners each year, including how they’ve overcome the unique challenges of this semester.
Greis and Nogueira Win Best Paper at American Association of Artificial Intelligence Symposium
Noel Greis and Monica Nogueira represented Poole College at the annual American Association of Artificial Intelligence spring symposium.
Helping Students ‘Think and Do’: Walt DeGrange
In this interview, DeGrange, a U.S. Navy veteran, discusses how his unique experiences from his time in the field and thereafter allow him to help students define expectations and prepare quality deliverables for clients.
The Most Important Lesson Professor Stonebraker Teaches
“Never give up.” That’s what Jeff Stonebraker, an associate professor of operations and supply chain management at the Poole College of Management, strives to teach his students in the classroom each semester. The ten year Poole College veteran is a […]