In February, The Penn State University Smeal College of Business Center for Supply Chain Research® (CSCR) named CLX President and CEO David Vieira among the newest members of the 2022-2023 Advisory Board.
Penn State’s CSCR is a dedicated leader in supply chain management research and education. Over the years, the CSCR has partnered with several industry-leading businesses and corporate partners whose commitments have led to milestone years of service and support. In a recently published list recognizing many of their longest partnerships, and gave thanks for the dedication, thought leadership, and insights they’ve shared to help maintain CSCR as a leader in supply chain research, education, and talent development.
This year’s CSCR milestone partnership anniversaries have been formally recognized at the Spring 2022 Corporate Sponsor Meeting for the following companies:
- 30 Years – CLX Logistics
- 25 Years – Johnson & Johnson
- 20 Years – Boeing
- 15 Years – Verizon
- 5 Years – Volvo, Air Products, Merck, ALDI, Church & Dwight
CLX Logistics is honored to collaborate with CSCR for 30 years and appreciate the incredible work the CSCR has done for the industry in preparing the future supply chain leaders, developing executive education, and providing faculty with the resources to produce cutting-edge research.
The CSCR Advisory Board enables the Center to remain at the forefront of the supply chain discipline by aligning research, programs, and offerings with current and future industry challenges and trends. Board members commit to a two-year appointment in a brand and sponsor development role for the University, Smeal College of Business, and CSCR, while remaining active in Center-sponsored programs and events. They provide input and guidance for the CSCR strategic plan and forward-thinking initiatives and approve our faculty research affiliates and fellowships.
Since 1953, the Penn State Smeal College of Business has steadily advanced through the growth of its undergraduate and graduate programs, executive education, and major research centers. In 1990 Frank P. Smeal ’42 and his wife, Mary Jean, provided a generous gift to form The Mary Jean and Frank P. Smeal College of Business. The Smeals’ gift to the college was the largest individual donation in the University’s history at the time, creating five endowed chairs and a separate endowment for program excellence.
Thank you to Penn State University and the Smeal College of Business CSCR program for your long-term dedication to improving the industry from the ground up. We look forward to many more years of close collaboration, education, and forward-thinking insights as we work to pave the way for the next generation of supply chain experts.
To learn more about the Penn State Smeal College of Business CSCR program, visit https://www.smeal.psu.edu/cscr.
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