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Three D’Amore-McKim School of Business students, Avadhoot Belose, MBA’17, Jithin Jacob, MS’17, and Karan Mohan, MS’17, recently placed first in the inaugural Northeast Supply Chain Online Competition, applying their classroom knowledge to a real-world supply chain simulation.

D’Amore-McKim School of Business Supply Chain and Information students recently attended and placed in two case competitions, applying their classroom knowledge to real-world challenges.

“I developed critical thinking through class discussions of case studies which helps me in my current role as an operations manager at a startup company,” says Singh.

“I sharpened my ability to think critically about high-level problems facing different types of companies, and the impact that they have on not only the primary consumer but further through the supply chain.”

“There is also an international student body, which will be helpful in my future business career and opportunities with other alums,” says Ngwana.

“Northeastern University is a very good playground for networking. I was really surprised to meet people in my classes from large and global companies,” says Uvasheva, “As a result, one of my classmates just gave me an opportunity to come to interview.”

“At D’Amore McKim I have been given access to the world,” says Saraf, “Every class has a new set of people who are accomplished and worldly. My graduate certificate program gave me the opportunity to develop soft skills on a global scale.”

Executive Professor of Supply Chain Management Robert Murray explores the potential impacts that the Trump presidency could have on the supply chain industry.

Distinguished Professor of Supply Chain Management Nada Sanders, an expert in business forecasting and risk management, explains the importance of human judgment in the forecasting process and how it impacted the 2016 presidential election polls.

Today, the findings of the 23rd Annual Surveys of Third Party Logistics (3PL) Provider CEOs in North America and Europe were presented at the Annual Meeting of the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals by Dr. Robert Lieb, Professor of Supply Chain Management at the D’Amore-McKim School of Business at Northeastern University.