The University of Arkansas is classified among the research universities with the highest level of research, measured by number of doctoral degrees, research expenditures and scholarly productivity, according to the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching. Our supply chain research into retail, distribution, logistics and multi-modal transportation isn’t just theoretical. We see the business impact firsthand through our engagement with our SCMRC members.
Research Reveals Mixed ELD Safety Effects Mandating the use of electronic logging devices (ELDs) was aimed ultimately at reducing accidents and improving safety, but new research shows mixed results toward that goal so far. An academic team led by Alex Scott,...read more
Running On Empty Stephanie Thomas, clinical assistant professor in the Department of Supply Chain Management, shares her research and insight regarding the working environment for truck drivers. Thomas talks to industry providers who discuss the challenges truck...read more
Managing Escalating Trucking Rates and Availability Risks Author - Joe Roh, Associate Professor of Supply Chain Management at Texas Christian UniversityDownload the PDFread more
Effects of US/China Trade on the Food Service Industry Three different scenarios that could unfold, following the implementation of trade tariffs by the Trump Administration, from author Travis Tokar, a University of Arkansas alum. Currently Travis is an...read more