Supply Chain Management News & Research
Rafay Ishfaq, assistant professor in Supply Chain Management at Harbert College, has been appointed to serve on the FedEx E-commerce Executive Board for a two-year term.
Brian Gibson, Wilson Family Professor and Supply Chain Management Program Coordinator in the Raymond J. Harbert College of Business, has been appointed to serve as an Education Co-Advisor for the National Shippers Strategic Transportation Council (NASSTRAC).
Jonathon Carrillo and Austin Davis, seniors in Supply Chain Management, won the CSCMP Atlanta Roundtable Collegiate Seminar's Supply Chain Challenge.
Harbert College students have an opportunity to earn credits, broaden horizons by participating in Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Technology in Spain program May 19-June 20, 2014.
Fastenal brings NASCAR vehicle to Lowder Hall lawn for homecoming
Andrew Witt, sourcing analyst for Georgia-Pacific and 2010 Raymond J. Harbert College of Business graduate, addressed students in Marcia Gibson’s Professional Development classes.
Industry Weeks continue this week as the Raymond J. Harbert College of Business welcomes representatives from the field of Supply Chain, Operations and Aviation Management, and hosts a number of events preparing students for the big week.
Three Raymond J. Harbert College of Business finance majors -- Emma Goddard, Emily Ann Higginbotham and Zachary Miller -- studied for four weeks this summer at the prestigious ESDES School of Business and Management in Lyon, France.
Faculty member, two graduate students earn "Best Paper" status from IEEE Transactions on Education
Shashank Rao, Jim W. Thompson Assistant Professor of Supply Chain Management in the Auburn University Raymond J. Harbert College of Business, was named Reviewer of the Year by the Journal of Supply Chain Management on Aug. 11, just three months after he was given Harbert’s Outstanding Research Award.
Casey Cegielski, one of two recipients of the 2013 Gerald and Emily Leischuck Endowed Presidential Award for Excellence in Teaching, enjoys building the intellectual and professional muscles of his students as much as he does pumping iron in the weight room.
Four Auburn College of Business seniors in Supply Chain Management, Anna Grey Byrd, Hope Judd, Anna Lanier and Adrienne West, won first place Friday, April 12, at the Fifth Annual IANA Case Competition in Jacksonville, Fla.
Stephen Robertson, Austin Davis win Supply Chain case competition with a presentation in front of industry representatives.
Teams in Professor Cliff Defee’s Supply Chain Strategy (SCMN 4800) class provided Target Corporation representatives with a variety of possible solutions in a case study competition Wednesday.
Auburn’s Conor Gattis and Jimmy Cooper, both seniors in Supply Chain Management took home first place Feb. 27 – beating Kennesaw State and Alabama in the final round -- at the Supply Chain Challenge on the campus of Clayton State University in Atlanta, as part of the Fourth Annual CSCMP Atlanta Roundtable Collegiate Seminar.
Representatives from 33 different firms in Aviation, Supply Chain and Operations Management filled the ground floor at Lowder Hall Wednesday, showcasing their respective companies and what makes their business attractive in the job market.
Tony Zuazo, Vice President of Inventory and Demand Management for Dollar General Corp., visited Dr. Rafay Ishfaq’s Performance Management in Supply Chain class Tuesday afternoon at Lowder Hall and explained the process of demand forecasting, the best means of demand forecasting practices, the challenges in forecasting and a number of other supply chain-related topics.
Auburn University’s College of Business Industry Weeks will conclude this week with rounds of mock interview training, industry-related seminars and campus visits by representatives of 29 Aviation Management, Professional Flight and Supply Chain Management firms.
With awards that acknowledge academic excellence as well as leadership and service, the College of Business recognized three outstanding students at spring’s graduation ceremonies. Courtni Ward received the 2010 President’s Award; Andrea McDonnell the Student Government Award; and Devon Kuerten was selected as Graduation Marshal.
Shashank Rao (along with co-authors Thomas Goldsby, Stanley Griffis and Clay Voorhees) had his paper entitled, "Linking Order Fulfillment Performance to Referrals in Online Retailing: An Empirical Analysis" accepted for publication in the Journal of Business Logistics.
The Retail Industry Leaders Association (RILA) in partnership with the Auburn University College of Business and with sponsorship from Accenture, has released the third annual State of The Retail Supply Chain Report. The report is co-authored by Brian Gibson and Cliff Defee.