On Wednesday, Jan. 18 the Michigan State University Eli Broad College of Business Department of Supply Chain Management hosted the 39 Supply Chain Management Council members for the annual.
The day-long event included sessions with MSU faculty members who discussed: Value Chain Management, DNA-Based Anti-counterfeiting Technologies, Unique Solutions for the World’s Value Chain Challenges, Eli Broad College of Business New Admission Process, Michigan State University Supply Chain Curriculum, Multidisciplinary Cooperation Between the Business and Engineering Colleges, and Supply Chain Match-Making. Council members also had the opportunity to engage with current students. Representatives from the senior class held a panel discussion with the council to discuss what students are looking for in an internship and full-time positions. The event ended with speed networking between current Supply Chain Management students and the council members.