UW-Green Bay Associate Prof. (Supply Chain Management), Amulya Gurtu’s paper entitled, “Offshoring Decisions: A Comprehensive & Conceptual Framework” has been published in Operations and Supply Chain Management. This paper is co-authored with Ramesh Saxena, Ph.D., Professor of Accounting and Finance, The Business School, Humber College, Toronto, Canada, and Nilesh Sah, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Finance, […]
There’s a new student org in town! UW-Green Bay is now home to a new APICS (American Production and Inventory Control Society) student chapter, which is a student club involved in all aspects of supply chain management. All are welcome to join! Please contact club president Dylon Pokorny email@example.com or faculty/staff advisor Assistant Prof. Amulya […]
UW-Green Bay Assistant Professor, Amulya Gurtu (Supply Chain Management) gave a presentation on supply chain disruptions at a seminar sponsored by AON Risk Solutions, Monday, Nov. 12. The overview: “With longer and more complex supply chains facing new threats daily, business continuity is at high risk and the likelihood of business failures is increasing. ‘Disruption […]
Marinette High School senior and future UW-Green Bay student, Sam Boehm, was recognized with the Student Initiative Scholarship. Boehm will be attending UW-Marinette for the first two years, then is completing her degree in supply chain logistics at UW-Green Bay. ehextra.com has the story.
Manitowoc Roncalli student Matthew Pawlowski was highlighted in the Herald Times Reporter, March 25, 2018. The stellar student is headed to UW-Green Bay in 2018-19 to study accounting and supply chain management.
UW-Green Bay Assistant Prof. Amulya Gurtu (Supply Chain Management, Cofrin School of Business) was invited to deliver a guest lecture on supply chain management to research scholars at Indian Institute of Management (IIM)-Rohtak, HR, India. He talked about “Sustainable Supply Chains” at the Indian Institute of Management (IIM)-Rohtak on Jan. 3, 2018. It was attended […]
Assistant Prof. Amulya Gurtu (Business Administration) presented a research paper at the 2017 Decision Science Institute (DSI) Conference in Washington D.C. on Saturday, Nov. 18. His presentation was on “A Pioneering Approach to Managing Fuel Cost in Transportation.” He also presented on Breakthrough Fuel’s professional way of managing distortions in fuel cost.
The students of UW-Green Bay’s Supply Chain Management (SCM) emphasis started an SCM Club and American Production and Inventory Control Society (APICS)-UWGB Chapter recently. The inaugural meeting of the chapter was held on September 5, 2017. Douglas Hensler, dean of the Austin E. Cofrin School of Business; David Rollins, president of APICS-Fox Valley Chapter and […]
Assistant Prof. Amulya Gurtu (Business Administration, Supply Chain Management) has accepted the invitation to be the editor-in-chief of the International Journal of Sustainable Entrepreneurship and Corporate Social Responsibility (IJSECSR), which is a publication of IGI Global. See more.