Jessica Darby wrote her honors thesis on the relationship of rice markets and information while she was an undergraduate. Now, as a doctoral candidate in the Walton College, she’s studying ways that timely and accurate information flowing out of the supply chain can help rice farmers in Arkansas and around the world.
Leaders from Google, IBM, SamsClub.com, QVC, Starship Technologies and useAIble will be featured at the 2017 Trends in Technology Conference on Wednesday, April 26, from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the John Q. Hammons Convention Center in Rogers.
Thirteen rising junior and senior high school students participated in the Retail Supply Chain Management Camp, July 17-20, hosted by the Center for Retailing Excellence and the Supply Chain Management Research Center.
The Department of Supply Chain Management at the Sam M. Walton College of Business at the University of Arkansas is ranked fifth globally on the SCM Journal List for articles published in empirically focused supply chain management journals.
By Christina Wilkerson Simone Peinkofer, a Ph.D. candidate in supply chain management at the Sam M. Walton College of Business at the University of Arkansas, was selected to receive the George and Marion Plossl Research Fellowship for 2015.
The Supply Chain Management Research Center at the Sam M. Walton College of Business at the University of Arkansas hosted its 11th annual International Graduate Supply Chain Case Competition on March 5-7 at the John Q. Hammonds Center in Rogers.
On-shelf availability of products is a key performance measurement for retailers. But, how does product availability affect consumers? That is what Simone Peinkofer, a doctoral candidate in supply chain management, has set out to discover.
The Instructional Design and Support Services team works with faculty from the Walton College of Business and other faculty at the University of Arkansas’ academic colleges and schools to develop and enhance online degree programs and courses.
The first time Trey O’Dell performed in public was on an elementary school stage in his hometown. He was 2 years old and he sang an Elvis Presley song wearing full Elvis regalia – making him maybe the world’s youngest Elvis impersonator.
Nearly 40 potential transfer students from Northwest Arkansas Community College in Bentonville visited the Sam M. Walton College of Business to learn about life as a student at the University of Arkansas.
Simone Peinkofer, who is scheduled to complete her doctoral degree at the Sam M. Walton College of Business in May, will become an assistant professor of supply chain management at Michigan State University in the fall.
Ruben S. Martin III of Longview, Texas, president and chief executive officer of Martin Resource Management Corp., will speak to the Logistics of Capitalism class at the Sam M. Walton College of Business at the University of Arkansas on Oct. 22.
Curt Bradbury, chief operating officer of Stephens Inc., will discuss personal liberty and the role it plays in finding happiness, productive achievement and morality when fully protected by the rule of law on Sept. 22 at the Sam M. Walton College of Business at the University of Arkansas.
John Kent, a clinical assistant professor and assistant department chair in the Department of Supply Chain Management, has been named director of the Supply Chain Management Research Center at the Sam M. Walton College of Business.
Autumn Parker, associate director for undergraduate recruitment, and Barbara Lofton, director of the Office of Diversity and Inclusion, have announced the 27 members of the 2014-2015 Dean’s Student Advisory Board for Walton.
Walton College and Women Impacting Supply Excellence are hosting the Leaning In: Diversity in Business Leadership Conference on Oct. 9 to educate Walton students on the opportunities for leadership roles that exist in business.
Growing up in Detroit, Dr. Terry Esper never really thought much about Arkansas or where it was on a map. In fact, he could have stayed in the Motor City after high school graduation, but a committed guidance counselor felt he needed to experience the Natural State.
“Getting involved right away at Walton College is key.” Nick Dintelmann Senior Major: International Business concentrating in Supply Chain Management Minors: French, Economics After touring the University of Arkansas, it was the Walton College that helped me decide to enroll here. Seeing the Walton College campus and hearing about its programs and all it does … Continue reading EPIC Spotlight: Nick Dintelmann→
“I love the challenge.” Jack Lim Graduate Student Master of Business Administration Supply Chain Management Jack Lim had never been to the United States, let alone Arkansas. But he remembers the exact time and day – 10 p.m., Dec. 31, 1998 – when he got off the plane at the Northwest Arkansas Regional Airport and … Continue reading EPIC Spotlight: Jack Lim→
Dr. Anníbal Camara Sodero Assistant Professor Department of Supply Chain Management When Dr. Anníbal Camara Sodero learned the University of Arkansas had created a Department of Supply Chain Management, he was eager to get on board. He knows how exciting it is to be part of something that has just started, and he realized a … Continue reading EPIC Spotlight: Dr. Anníbal Camara Sodero→
“I really enjoy working and spending time with every one of my colleagues.” Dr. Christian Hofer Associate Professor Department of Supply Chain Management That little container of yogurt on the supermarkets’ refrigerated shelves has more of a story than one would think. In fact, it’s a story that Christian Hofer, associate professor in the Department … Continue reading EPIC Spotlight: Chris Hofer→
“I have been learning so much, and I wouldn’t trade the amazing experiences that I have had throughout the MBA program for anything.” Bethany Haefner Graduate Student Entrepreneurship and Supply Chain Major For Bethany Haefner, life really is like a box of chocolates – especially around Valentines Day when she, along with her coworkers at The … Continue reading EPIC Spotlight: Bethany Haefner→
As a child, Adriana Rossiter-Hofer often lectured her siblings and friends when they needed help with their schoolwork. “My younger cousins still blame me for playing the teacher and lecturing them during our family vacations with our grandparents,” she says. Dr. Adriana Rossiter-HoferDepartment of Supply Chain Management Assistant Professor “At school, lots of people had … Continue reading EPIC Spotlight: Adriana Rossiter-Hofer→