Manufacturing and Supply Chain Management

Western's Manufacturing and Supply Chain Management Program, a part of the university's College of Business and Economics, will hold an info session from 5-6 p.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 15 in Parks Hall 441. Pizza and refreshments will be provided.

The MSCM program boasts 100% job placement…

Gartner, Inc. has released the findings from its biennial Top 25 North American Supply Chain Undergraduate Programs report. Fifty-five institutions in the U.S. and Canada participated in the survey.

The report is intended to support chief supply chain officers (CSCOs), heads of supply…

From toilet paper to milk, supply chain disruptions and shortages at the start of the coronavirus pandemic were noticed by consumers across the U.S. It became a useful learning experience that will be helpful if there’s a next wave later this year.

That’s the expectation of two panelists…

Interested in design? You could win one of 3 cash prizes for your logo design submittal. The Manufacturing and Supply Chain Management program is in need of a new logo. We will be conducting a Logo Contest - the specifications are as follows: 2”x 2”, Not including text Must be identifiable in…

When three Western students won a prestigious case competition, were awarded $600 for the effort, and then decided to take this money and pay it forward by donating it to WWU APICS (their student professional organization), it might be considered extraordinary. But for these three, it was only…

Western Washington University’s Manufacturing and Supply Chain Management program has been ranked number 6 in the world by SCM World, which identifies the top 100 universities with rigorous Supply Chain Management programs that provide valuable real world experience for their students.…

“One unique aspect of (Western Washington’s) Manufacturing and Supply Chain Management program is the two required internships in order to graduate. The faculty support in attaining those internships are fantastic as well.”

Western Washington University’s College of Business and Economics student team, “Lean Subject Matter Experts” (Lean SMEs), made up of four Manufacturing and Supply Chain Management (MSCM) students along with an Accounting student, won first place at the Boeing Northwest…

Redmond High School (RHS) 2010 graduates Thomas Cote, Alex Horstmann and Paul Burke are founders of RentHoop, a startup that makes student housing simple and transparent.

Cote, the CEO, and Burke, the vice president of marketing, were Washington state finalists in the annual DECA business…

A Western Washington University College of Business and Economics student team, “Lean Forward,” won first place in the First Annual Boeing Northwest Case Competition on Friday, Nov. 8, at the Museum of Flight in Seattle.

The Case Competition gives students the opportunity to…

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