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College of Supply Chain Management

Mission Statement

The College of Supply Chain Management is a special interest group of POMS that seeks to create a community for researchers in supply chain management. The college embraces the full spectrum of research paradigms including modeling, empirical and field-based work and facilitates close interaction between academics and practitioners through focused conferences.

Board Members


President: Ravi Anupindi, Stephen M. Ross School of Business, University of Michigan
Past President: Nicole DeHoratius, The University of Chicago Booth School of Business
Vice President - Communications: Dorothee Honhon, Naveen Jindal School of Management, University of Texas at Dallas
Vice President - Meetings: Kyle Cattani, Kelly School, Indiana University
Vice President - Special Events: John Gray, Fisher College, Ohio State University
Secretary: Chris Parker, Smeal College of Business at Pennsylvania State University
Treasurer: Nitin Bakshi, London Business School

If you wish to join our LinkedIn group, please contact us at www.linkedin.com/groups?home=&gid=8106962&trk=anet_ug_hm

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2014 Doctoral Research Roundtable

Jul 09 2015

Please join the College of Supply Chain Management and the College of Sustainable Operations for our inaugural Doctoral Research Roundtable. Attending PhD students will have the opportunity to interact with and receive one-on-one feedback on their research from faculty in their respective fields. The doctoral research roundtable will be held on the 8th of May at 9am, just prior to the joint mini-conference hosted by both colleges.

As part of the research roundtables, students and faculty will be grouped by research expertise. The faculty will offer comments on students’ papers after each student gives a brief (5 – 10 minutes) summary of his/her work. Other participants will also be invited to join and offer feedback on the papers.

Doctoral students interested in participating in the research roundtables are invited to submit an application to Gal Raz (galraz@virginia.edu) by April 1st, 2014. The application should include a CV and a one-page non-technical summary of the student’s thesis research. Priority will be given to students close to the end of their PhD. Acceptance letters will be sent out by April 15th, 2014. There is no additional cost to students for attending the Research Roundtable, but all participants must be registered for the POM Sustainable Operations and Supply Chain Management joint mini-conference.

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