Center for Integrated Supply Management

The Western Michigan University integrated supply management program develops supply chain management professionals who can immediately make a contribution and create a competitive advantage for their organizations by applying the tools and concepts for integrating supply functions into efficient and effective value chain networks.

The future of supply chains−dynamic, agile and responsive. Western Michigan University's Center for Integrated Supply Management supports our transforming industry through:

  • Providing talent from one of the top undergraduate supply chain programs in the country.
  • Channeling our resources and expertise toward offering advanced degrees.
  • Consultative solutions.
  • Applied workforce and executive education.
  • Cutting-edge research.

The WMU Center for Integrated Supply Management is a destination for companies or individuals seeking a true value chain center of excellence.

Pease“WMU’s ISM program is a premier education in supply chain supporting students both in and out of the classroom. The ISM courses provided me with the skills and knowledge required to be successful in the workforce and make an immediate impact. Outside of the classroom the ISM program office connected me with an internship that provided real-world experience which translated into a full time position after graduation.” Dale C. Pease, vice president of supply chain, Parker Hannifin Corporation, Filtration Group 

As the ISM program continues to grow and expand, there are many ways our alumni and friends can get involved and support:

  • Center for Integrated Supply Management
  • Student Support and Scholarships
  • Experiential Learning Laboratory
  • Program Support
  • Internships/Externships
  • Job Opportunities

To hear more about these exciting opportunities, contact

Tom Egan
Director of Development
Haworth College of Business
Office of Development and Alumni Relations
(269) 387-8700 | thomas.egan@wmich.edu

Dr. Robert Reck
Director
Center for Integrated Supply Management
Haworth College of Business
(269) 387-6107 | Email Robert Reck