Nicholas “Nick” Foster is an EPIC Supply Chain student at the Sam M. Walton College of Business, University of Arkansas. He is a sophomore from Edmond, Okla., with minors in Enterprise Resource Planning, Data Analytics, Political Science and History. Yes — one major and four minors. He is active on campus too! He is part … Continue reading EPIC Spotlight – Nick Foster→
As a first-time student at a U.S. university, Qinyi Zhang has found the learning environment in the states to be exciting and different from China, but such a great experience. Zhang is a student in the Supply Chain Management International dual degree program between Soochow (Suzhou) University in China and the University of Arkansas. She … Continue reading EPIC Student Spotlight – Qinyi Zhang→
Landri McGregor is a senior at the University of Arkansas majoring in both supply chain and marketing in the Sam M. Walton College of Business. Originally from Golden, Colo., she decided to become a Razorback because her mom graduated with her MBA from Arkansas. Landri comes from a family of accountants and had originally planned … Continue reading EPIC Student Story – Landri McGregor→
University of Arkansas alumni David and Shelley Simpson are contributing $175,000 toward the creation of a new supply chain student organization and symposium in hope of bringing awareness to the lack of gender diversity in the field.
Stephanie Thomas, clinical assistant professor in the Sam M. Walton College of Business at the University of Arkansas, was recently recognized as one of the 100 Most Influential Women in Supply Chain by B2G Consulting.
David Dobrzykowski almost became a career professional bowler. The calling was so strong, he took a break from college so that he could compete on the national tour. But life on the road wasn’t for him, and he returned to Toledo, Ohio, where he pursued a marketing degree.
John Aloysius of the Sam M. Walton College of Business at the University of Arkansas and Enno Siemsen of the Wisconsin School of Business at the University of Wisconsin-Madison presented recently to the corporate advisory board of the Association for Supply Chain Management.
At the suggestion of Remko Van Hoek, a clinical professor in the Department of Supply Chain Management at the Sam M. Walton College of Business, the board of directors of the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals has voted to build its Supply Chain Hall of Fame in Northwest Arkansas.
The Department of Supply Chain Management at the University of Arkansas recently announced initiates to the supply chain management honor society, Sigma Chi Mu Tau, founded at the University of Arkansas in 2016.
A research associate professor of supply chain management in the Sam M. Walton College of Business has been honored by the North American Case Research Association for his collaboration with an Arkansas Company—Delta Plastics—to produce a written case study on the introduction of a new product.
Two recent graduates of the supply chain management Ph.D. program at the Sam M. Walton College of Business at the University of Arkansas received awards at the annual meeting of the Academy of Management.
An article co-authored by David Hyatt, research associate professor of supply chain management at the Sam M. Walton College of Business at the University of Arkansas, addresses how Walmart came to be one of the most sustainability-minded companies in the world.
Building on its history as a global leader in information systems research, the Sam M. Walton College of Business Department of Information Systems at the University of Arkansas has established the Blockchain Center of Excellence to discover and disseminate innovative uses of the emerging technology and to teach students its importance to the future of … Continue reading Walton College Establishes Blockchain Center of Excellence→
Research led by Annibal Sodero, Walton College assistant professor in the Department of Supply Chain Management, has been selected as part of the “Research for the Real World” series in a special issue of Supply Chain Quarterly.
Growing up in the country holds many memories for Brittany Stettmeier, like family football after tending to the livestock. It was a ritual she remembers fondly. Her father played semi-professional football while her mother was a rugby team member.
Carole Shook, an instructor in the Department of Supply Chain Management at the Sam M. Walton College of Business at the University of Arkansas, received the innovative teaching award from the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals at the group’s annual conference in Atlanta.
University of Arkansas alumni John and Tamara Roberts, along with their children — alumnus Connor Roberts and current student Blakely Roberts — have made a family gift through Campaign Arkansas to help support study abroad opportunities at the university.
Alissa Gardner wouldn’t take no for an answer. Alissa Gardner BSBA ’17 Google Account Strategist Ann Arbor, Michigan As a senior with a double major in marketing and supply chain management at the Sam M. Walton College of Business, Gardner had her sights on a career with Google, the multinational company that’s probably best known … Continue reading EPIC SPOTLIGHT: Alissa Gardner→
Jessica Darby wrote her honors thesis on the relationship of rice markets and information while she was an undergraduate. Now, as a doctoral candidate in the Walton College, she’s studying ways that timely and accurate information flowing out of the supply chain can help rice farmers in Arkansas and around the world.
Leaders from Google, IBM, SamsClub.com, QVC, Starship Technologies and useAIble will be featured at the 2017 Trends in Technology Conference on Wednesday, April 26, from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the John Q. Hammons Convention Center in Rogers.
J.B. Hunt Transport Services Inc. is making a $2.75 million investment in the University of Arkansas to create the J.B. Hunt Innovation Center of Excellence. The center will be a collaborative effort between the company, the College of Engineering and the Walton College to advance supply chain management efficiency through technology.