Why Join the Supply Chain Cats?
We're not just a club, we're a TEAM! SC CATS is an organization run by students studying Supply Chain Management. It is dedicated to helping those interested in studying SCM to enrich their educational experience and provide networking opportunities with industry professionals. SC CATS works with local chapters of professional organizations like CSCMP, ISM, ASQ, and APICS to find opportunities for students to network with working professionals. We provide you "Real-world Experience for Real-World Success".
Wattis Business Building
AVERAGE STARTING SALARY OF SCM MAJORS
CLUB MEMBER JOB PLACEMENT
SWIFT SCHOLARSHIPS AVAIL.
GET VALUABLE LEADERSHIP EXPERIENCE
DON'T MISS THESE EXCITING EVENTS:
- Supply Chain Skills Competition
- Club Case Competition
- High School BSAD 1010 "Rootbeer" Game
STUDENT SUCCESS STORIES
From a tractor-dragging, machine welding, cow-milking farm boy who describes himself as never doing well in school, Sam Hobbs has taken an incredible turn into a top-tier student with potential beyond his wildest dreams.
"The supply chain faculty provided opportunities to be involved with the club, with case competitions, with research and things outside of the classroom. They invested a lot of time and effort into me to be successful." (read Sam's full story)
RESOURCES & ACTIVITIES
You're not alone! We have an abundance of resources and activities from scholarships to networking to study abroad to help you achieve your dreams. Check out the resources available:
- Job opportunities
- Follow us on Facebook
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MEET OUR ADVISORS & OFFICERS
assistant professor of supply chain management
Evan Barlow joined the faculty in the Supply Chain Management program in Weber State University’s Goddard School of Business & Economics in 2016. He completed his Ph.D. in Operations Management at Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management. He also has a B.S. degree from Brigham Young University and a M.S. degree from the University of Texas at Austin in chemical engineering.
Prior to studying at Northwestern, he spent four years as a process development engineer in Bristol-Myers Squibb’s Process R&D department, where, among other accomplishments, he helped develop a process to mass produce a new cancer drug.
Office: WB 281