WSB supply chain students are making a real-world impact with the Food Supply Chain Coalition project, an initiative that helps food banks and food suppliers get food on the tables of those who need it the most.
The shortage of personal protective equipment (PPE) during the COVID-19 pandemic has elevated supply chain to a global discussion. WSB's Greg DeCroix and Pete Lukszys explain how supply chains function and share PPE-related projects they are working on in this urgent and unprecedented COVID-19 space.
"The Business of Renewable Energy" is a virtual lecture offered this week through WSB and the Nelson Institute for Environmental Studies. The lecture explores topics ranging from solar and hydropower to why businesses are investing in new sources of renewable energy. The event also includes discussion with invited speakers from Wells Fargo and RENEW Wisconsin.
Supply chain management is a much-buzzed-about business field, but not everyone knows what a career in supply chain looks like. Grainger Center director Jake Dean and alumnus Scott Hughes make sense of it all.