Center for Supply Chain Innovation | About Us

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Degree Programs
Both undergraduate and MBA curriculum help Neeley students develop the skills and knowledge to become supply chain leaders who will contribute to a businesses profitability. 

Student Organization for Supply Chain Studies
The Student Organization for Supply Chain Studies gives Neeley students the opportunity to further their personal career development.  The Organization works with the Center for Supply Chain Innovation to co-host career developments events, facility tours and other student-focused events.

Faculty Advisor for the Graduate Student Organization is Dr. Laura Meade.

Faculty Advisor for the Undergraduate Student Organization is Dr. Travis Tokar.

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Business Sponsorship
The Center for Supply Chain Innovation is a not-for-profit center.  Monies generated through the center are used to fund student learning/enrichment activities and research in the Supply Chain Management field.  Sponsorship is an important funding component.  See how your business can be involved in shaping the future supply and value chain leaders.

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Student/Business Projects
Undergraduate: TCU Supply and Value Chain Managment degree program offers to businesses and students the Executive Program.  Select undergraduate students work with a local business throughout their senior year to gain real-world supply chain cross functional experience, supply chain mapping, analysis and presentation skills, while resolving a business issue for your organization.

Graduate: As part of their coursework, students work with multiple companies on specific supply chain issues and problems facing supply chain organizations today.

Please contact Laura Meade at 817-257-7036 for more information.

Executive Events
The Center for Supply Chain Innovation offers several forums where businesses, faculty and students exchange ideas in an interactive environment.

The newest forum is by invitation only and is for Supply Chain Leaders.  This Spring Forum will focus on the strategic and visionary issues challenging Supply Chain Organizations today.

Faculty Expertise & Research
The Supply Chain research performed at TCU helps businesses create value through business process integration.