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WMU student one of four in state to win prestigious $5,000 scholarship

Senior integrated supply management major Sean Perkins is awarded the 2014 Transportation Club of Detroit scholarship for outstanding achievement in supply chain management.

Hospice services discussion kicks off Mercantile Bank series

The director of community relations and development at Hospice Care of Southwest Michigan will present a talk as the Haworth College of Business kicks off its 2014-15 Mercantile Bank of Michigan Breakfast Speaker Series.

Geralyn Heystek and Chris Robinson have been awarded first place in the Innovation in Business Education Award for developing WMU's Phoenix Program.

WMU supply chain program is No. 5 in the nation

The nationally recognized integrated supply management program has been ranked No. 5 on Gartner's Top U.S. Supply Chain Undergraduate University Programs, 2014.

Owners of local sock company put best foot forward at forum

The owners of a company that started with a competition between friends will kick off the 2014-15 Entrepreneurship Forum speaker series Friday, Sept. 12, in Schneider Hall.

WMU to offer advanced coursework in purchasing management

WMU’s Center for Integrated Supply Management and Advanced Purchasing Dynamics of Plymouth, Michigan, recently formed an alliance to deploy a series of purchasing workshops.

WMU teams identify potential for seven-figure Detroit city savings

Students, alumni and a faculty advisor from WMU's integrated supply management program are working with city officials to identify operational efficiencies and devise lean systems to improve the city's bottom line.

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