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WSB Announces New Undergraduate Major in Supply Chain Management

February 11, 2020

Effective in the 2020-21 academic year, WSB will offer a new undergraduate major in supply chain management, enhancing the School's existing portfolio of programs in this field.

Scott Hughes and Jake Dean

Why is Supply Chain So Important Today?

January 17, 2020

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.

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Making a Difference: Wisconsin MBA Students Help Nonprofit Improve Its Supply Chain

July 10, 2019

Two Wisconsin MBA students tackle a real-world business problem for a good cause: improving the supply chain practices of Madison’s Porchlight Products.

New Degrees, New Vision: Q&A About WSB's New Master of Science Degrees

February 14, 2019

WSB's Kristin Branch, Mark Eppli, and Jake Dean discuss the School's three new Master of Science degrees in business analytics, real estate, and supply chain.

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WSB Students Learn Real-Time Business Strategy From Target

November 26, 2018

Following the closure of Toys "R" Us stores earlier this year, WSB Senior Lecturer Pete Luszys invites Target into the classroom to share a real-time business scenario with WSB students.

Supplying a Sustainable Future

March 6, 2018

Spectrum Brands' Daniel Hutter and The Nature Conservancy's Caitlin Clarke share insights and expertise on the future of supply chain and sustainability during the conference, "Sustainability, Supply Chains and Earth Stewardship: Convergences and Conflicts," a two-day conference sponsored by WSB's Grainger Center for Supply Chain Management and The Nelson Institute for Environmental Studies.

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