Supply Chain Students Win Scholarships
Two students in the Supply Chain and Operations Management major at the Lubar School of Business have been honored with academic scholarships from the Milwaukee Roundtable of The Logistics Council. David Hoffman and Zheng Zhen Chen were selected to receive 2011-12 scholarships from the organization.
The Logistics Council is a not-for-profit association of supply chain professionals that supports continuous professional development and encourages students to pursue supply chain careers.
The Lubar School’s Supply Chain program is growing steadily in both size and reputation, with over 200 students enrolled in the major, new partnerships with industry, and expanded faculty expertise. Last fall, Anthony D. Ross, Rockwell Automation Endowed Chair in Supply Chain Management, joined the Lubar faculty to advance the School’s Supply Chain initiatives.
“Supply chain expertise is of growing importance across all industries,” said Ross. “Our ability to meet the needs of businesses in Southeast Wisconsin through our graduates and applied research is critical at this economic juncture.”