2018-2019 Undergraduate Catalog 
    May 23, 2019  
2018-2019 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Supply Chain Management

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Chad Autry, Head
Lisa Murray, Assistant Department Head

Autry, C. (FedEx Supply Chain Professor), PhD – Oklahoma
Craighead, C. (John H. “Red” Dove Professor in Logistics), PhD – Clemson
Holcomb, M.C. (Gerald T. Niedert Professor), PhD – Tennessee
Stank, T.P. (Bruce Chair of Excellence in Business and Supply Chain Management), PhD – Georgia
Tate, W. (Taylor Professor of Supply Chain Management), PhD – Arizona State

Associate Professors
Bell, J. (Myers Faculty Fellow, Stewart Faculty Research Fellow), PhD – Auburn
Mollenkopf, D. (McCormick Associate Professor of Logistics), PhD – Drexel
Rinehart, L.M., PhD – Tennessee

Assistant Professors
Bradley, R., PhD – Auburn
Saunders, L., PhD – Virginia Tech
Song, S., PhD – Arizona State
Yoo, E., PhD – Arizona State

Buckley, J. (Interim Director Global Supply Chain Institute), MBA – SUNY Buffalo
Burnette, M. (Associate Director – Global Supply Chain Institute), BS – Tennessee Tech
Dittmann, J.P. (Senior Lecturer, Executive Director – Global Supply Chain Institute), PhD – Missouri
Holztrager, J. (Director of Supply Chain Partnerships), MBA – Xavier
Murray, L. (Senior Lecturer, Assistant Department Head), MA – Boston College
Rodrigues, A., PhD – Michigan State
Scott, S.D. (Senior Lecturer, Director – Global Supply Chain Executive MBA), PhD – Tennessee
Skipper, B. (Executive Director – Aerospace and Defense Executive Programs), PhD – Auburn

Emeriti Faculty
Davis, F.W., Jr., PhD – Michigan State
Dicer, G.N., DBA – Indiana
Foggin, J.H., DBA – Indiana
Mundy, R.A., PhD – Penn State

Supply chain management has responsibility for the movement of raw materials and component parts into and within a business firm and to the distribution of finished products and services to customers.

Because having products and/or services in the right place at the right time is critical for success in any business, supply chain management plays a critical role in a firm’s comprehensive supply chain. A career in supply chain management offers students the opportunity to make a significant contribution to corporate effectiveness in this area.

The internationally recognized Supply Chain Management program at the University of Tennessee is currently regarded as one of the most comprehensive and contemporary programs in the nation. The program offers a fundamental yet innovative curriculum. Students develop important skills required of supply chain management professionals as well as learn how supply chain management helps solve business supply chain management problems.

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