2016 Headlines

photo of 269Magazine cover269Magazine—Kirk Wilks, vice president and general manager at Mann+Hummel USA, discusses WMU's supply chain program in 269Magazine in an article titled "It's a Family Affair."
photo of Laura KarlenFlying High: Student Takes Off During Internship—Read about integrated supply management student Laura Karlen's internship with Rolls Royce.
link to Justin Oldani's YouTube videoStudent perspective—Justin Oldani shares his journey as a supply chain student.
photo of WMU ISM teamWMU team places third in 2016 Bowersox Supply Challenge—A team of WMU integrated supply management students placed third in the 2016 Bowersox Supply Challenge, marking the University's first placement in the competition that annually brings together teams from around the country.
photo of Dr. Sime CurkovicLinkedIn Post—Dr. Sime Curkovic "Promoting a Sustainable Supply Chain Strategy."
photo of Justin OldaniLinkedIn Post—Justin Oldani "The Dream Team: Supply Chain Program at WMU."
photo of American Journal of Industrial and Business ManagementPublished research—Curkovic, S., and Stoufe, R. "A Literature Review and Taxonomy of Environmentally Responsible Manufacturing." American Journal of Industrial and Business Management, Vol. 6, No. 3, 2016, p. 323-347.
graphic of the number 9Top 10 in the country for a second time in a row—The integrated supply management program is heralding a national accolade that puts it among the top such programs in the country.
photo of American Journal of Industrial and Business ManagementPublished research—Curkovic, S., and Fernandez, N. "Closing the Gap in Undergraduate Supply Chain Education through Live Experiential Learning." American Journal of Industrial and Business Management, Vol. 6, No. 6, 2016, p. 697-708.
W logoKeynote speakers—"Advancements in Supply Chain Management and Novel ERP Systems" presented by Drs. Bret Wagner and Sime Curkovic for the Chrysler Asian Network 2016 Technical Seminar Series, FiatChrysler Corporate Headquarters, Auburn Hills, Mich. (June 30, 2016).
graphic of the number 2ISM at No. 2 for teaching with technology—Calling the program "Truly Special," software advice ranks integrated supply management No. 2 for teaching technology, software and quantitative tools.