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November 2022 Newsletter

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    Integrated supply management student wins prestigious scholarship

    Madison Dober, an integrated supply management student at Western Michigan University, received the prestigious Transportation Club of Detroit (TCD) scholarship for 2022. Dober accepted the over $4,000 scholarship at the organization’s annual scholarship awards celebration at the Detroit Athletic Club. “This scholarship gives me validation that hard work does pay off,” says Dober. “It feels great to be recognized for my current and future potential in the supply chain industry.”

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  • Major General Rod Faulk is posing in front of an American flag.

    Leadership advice from an expert: Major General Rod Faulk

    With extensive leadership in both the U.S. Army and corporations, Major General Rod Faulk, B.B.A.’87, shares insight into what it takes to lead organizations and how students can position themselves for leadership opportunities. Faulk currently serves on active duty as the commanding general, 99th Readiness Division, in the U.S. Army Reserve, and his experiences across the banking and technology industries offer a telling perspective on the dynamics of complex organizations.

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