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Judith Whipple

Professor
Department: Supply Chain Management
Office:
North Business Building
632 Bogue St Rm N325
East Lansing, MI 48824
Phone: (517) 432-6407
Curriculum Vitae
  • Biography
    Dr. Judith Whipple is the Bowersox-Thull Endowed Professor of Logistics and Supply Chain Management (SCM) and Faculty Director of the Master of Science in Supply Chain Management Program (MS-SCM) in the Broad College of Business at Michigan State University (MSU).  Prior to this, she directed the Food Industry Management Program at MSU and taught at Western Michigan University in Food Marketing and Integrated Supply Management. Judy has extensive teaching experience at the undergraduate and graduate level, teaching in the full-time MBA, Executive MBA, MS-SCM and doctoral programs.  Her research interests include supply chain integration and collaboration, supply chain security and risk management, and strategic supply chain management and organizational design. Judy was awarded the MSU Teacher Scholar Award for excellence in teaching and research, the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals (CSCMP) Educators’ Conference Teaching Innovation Award, and various best paper awards, including the Journal of Business Logistics Bernard J. La Londe Best Paper Award (2005 and 2010), Transportation Journal Best Paper Award, Journal of Operations Management Best Paper Award and the Stan Hardy Award.  For her contribution to the field of supply chain management, she was selected as a DC Velocity Rainmaker.  She previously served on the Board of Directors at CSCMP, Chaired its Research Strategies Committee and Co-Chaired its Supply Chain Innovation Award.  She is a member of APICS/ASCM and was involved in its Supply Chain STEM Educational Outreach Program.
  • Courses
    • MBA 821: Introduction to Supply Chain Management
    • PIM 870: Supply Chain Management I
    • SCM 870: Introduction to Supply Chain Management
    • SCM 930: Foundations in Logistics Research
    • MBA 831: Supply Chain Management Applications
  • Awards
    • MSU Teacher-Scholar Award, 2005
      University level award for teaching and research excellence
    • Bernard J. La Londe Award, 2005
      Best Paper Published in the Journal of Business Logistics
    • Teacher of the Year, 2007
      Supply Chain Management Association
    • Bernard J. La Londe Award, 2010
      Best Paper Published in the Journal of Business Logistics
    • DC Velocity Rainmaker, 2013
      http://www.dcvelocity.com/articles/20130701-rainmakers
    • Teaching Innovation Award for CSCMP Educators Conference, 2013
      Best Paper selected in the Teaching Innovation Track
    • Richard J. Lewis Quality of Excellence Award, MSU, 2015
      College level award for continuous improvement and innovation
    • Transportation Journal Best Paper Award, 2017-2018
      Best Paper Published in Transportation Journal

Related News:

Four things that set the Broad MBA in Supply Chain Management apart 
If you’re looking for a program known for its supply chain expertise, Broad stands alone.
Judy Whipple and Claudia Rosales have Paper Published 
It will appear in IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management
Professor Judy Whipple Publishes Article in the Journal of Business Logistics 
Titled 'Managing Internal Supply Chain Integration: Integration Mechanisms and Requirements'
Judy Whipple was Published in the International Journal of Logistics Management 
Judy Whipple was recently published in the International Journal of Logistics Management.
Dr. Closs and Dr. Whipple Create Supply Chain STEM Program 
There is an ongoing challenge to attract talent to the many factors of supply chain management.
Two SCM Undergrads receive Undergraduate Research Fellow Scholarship 
The scholarship is designed to engage them in traditional research or other scholarly work with Broad faculty.
Insights for Future SCM Professionals 
Supply Chain faculty presenting webinar for Beyond the Horizon project.
MSU Takes Third Place in SCM Graduate Challenge 
Spartan SCM team faced competition from universities that ranked among U.S. News and World Report Top 20 SCM programs.
Whipple and Widener article published 
Professor Judy Whipple and SCM doctoral candidate Robert Wiedmer published in the Journal of Supply Chain Management.