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Interdisciplinary Team Awarded $1.5 Million to Study Freight Movement
Researchers have been awarded $1.5 million to develop traffic-sensing technology to track cargo as it moves through roadways and ports.
Van Hoek Selected as 2020 Supply Chain Rainmaker
Remko Van Hoek, a clinical professor in the Department of Supply Chain Management at the Walton College, has been named one of ten 2020 Rainmakers by DC Velocity.
McMillon Innovation Studio Offering Course For Class Credit In Fall 2020 Semester
The McMillon Innovation Studio, typically an extracurricular program at the U of A, will now be offered as a course during the fall 2020 semester.
New Course and Collaboration to Focus on Problems Caused by Pandemic
Faculty and students will collaborate with a university in India to develop innovations for medical devices and protective equipment.
Waller to Receive Supply Chain Distinguished Service Award
Walton College Dean Matthew Waller will receive the industry’s highest honor during the CSCMP EDGE 2020 Live Conference in September.
Walton College Adds University of Arkansas Cossatot to Community College Transfer Program
Students at the University of Arkansas Cossatot will be able to participate a program that helps students at two-year institutions transition to complete a four-year B.S.B.A. degree at the U of A.
New 'Short Talks' Dives Into Lasting Effects of COVID-19 on Economy
Economist Mervin Jebaraj says the coronavirus pandemic has had a unique effect on the economy at large.
Student Studies Effects of Changes in University Retirement Plan
Sarah Brasche, an undergraduate student majoring in finance, is studying the effects of U of A changes in required mandatory contributions to retirement savings and wants the help of employees.
Supply Chain Management Department Ranked Best In North America
Leading global research firm Gartner releases its rankings of supply chain academic programs every two years.
Companies Urged to Fortify Supply Chains From Climate Change Disruption
A new report from HSBC and The Sustainability Consortium helps companies understand how and why climate change risks should be addressed within supply chains.