Junior Bronco basketball player and integrated supply management major Megan Wagner is making the most of her time in college. With an extra year of NCAA eligibility due to the pandemic, she changed up her plan and will now earn both a B.B.A. and an MBA by the time she leaves Western after spring 2025.
The 30 recognizes emerging business leaders who are providing leadership and innovative perspectives in business. Nominations are now open! Honorees represent the work ethic, innovation and passion synonymous with being a Business Bronco. Nominations are due by Oct. 21.
This summer a group of women majoring in integrated supply management participated in a 6-week professional development class facilitated by WMU supply chain graduate, Trisha Terns. Professor Sime Curkovic was impressed with the drive and commitment of his students and chose this summer class to pilot this new idea for professional development.
Students in several process management courses earned their Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt Certifications, demonstrating their commitment to continuous improvement and ability to become business leaders before graduation. This opportunity is one example of how WMU Haworth is leading the way in supply chain education.
The 2022 edition of the Business magazine is now available! This year we celebrate student success—from stories about first place finishes for student teams to exploration and personal growth. Read on to learn about accolades and milestones for programs, alumni, students, faculty and staff, as well as perspectives on the economy, international partnerships, student research, community outreach and more.
Four students in an integrated supply management class partnered with Foundry Brands on several projects, using their strategic skills such as problem solving, leadership and negotiation. Their work on these projects led to significant cost savings for the company, with the unexpected bonus of earning scholarship funds for the university.
Ashley Kordish, B.B.A.'14, was recently named CEO at Ralph Moyle. She talks about how studying integrated supply management at WMU has helped her to navigate the challenges in the transportation and warehousing industry, her experience as a woman in supply chain, as well as her goals for the company moving forward.
When it comes to the career readiness of his students, Dr. Sime Curkovic’s long-standing connections to alumni and industry leaders helps drive the experiential projects element of Western’s renowned integrated supply management program. It’s the power of these connections and partnerships that helps provide every supply chain student with the unique opportunity to apply their in-class learning to the goals of influential and successful corporations.