Since its inception in 1992, Western Michigan University’s integrated supply management program has grown in stature and recognition. Gartner ranks WMU among the top programs in the nation in overall supply chain management undergraduate education.
Your investments in our program will help us continue to advance in stature and recognition, and become the No. 1 supply chain management program in the country.
As the integrated supply management program continues to grow and expand, there are many ways our alumni and friends can get involved and offer support. Consider a making a gift to one of these funds:
Center for Integrated Supply Management: Gifts to this fund will help send students to case competitions, giving them the opportunity to compete, connect with students from other universities and meet industry professionals. Donations also support student training and development programs, such as Lean Six Sigma; applied research; and student mentors—experienced ISM students who provide guidance, resume reviews, internship advice and much more to new ISM students.
Integrated Supply Management Program: This is the program’s general fund. Each gift helps support a variety of student experiential learning activities. Collaboration with industry partners provides ISM students with the unique opportunity to apply their in-class learning to the goals of influential and successful corporations, giving the students professional work experience. Donations also support student and faculty travel for research-oriented projects and industry conferences.
Dallas Raucker Tutoring Center Fund: A gift to this fund will help pay for student tutors who provide one-on-one assistance for analytics courses, as well as challenging ISM courses like quality management. Help ensure ISM student success with the rigorous curriculum. The tutoring center became fully operational in fall 2017 and honors the memory of ISM Bronco Dallas Rauker.
Student Scholarships: Make a direct impact on the lives of future supply chain professionals with a gift to the scholarship fund. Each gift will help ISM students as they work to become exceptionally skilled in procurement, manufacturing and logistics.
Other ways to offer support include internships/externships, job opportunities, experiential learning laboratory and much more.
To hear more about these opportunities or to discuss a specific area of interest, contact:
Dr. Zac Williams
Center for Integrated Supply Management
Haworth College of Business
(269) 387-6166 | Email Zac Williams