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• SCM Student

SCM master's students Meiling Chen and Rachael Clark are featured in a special AIM10x Masters of Digital Transformation podcast produced for International Women's Day 2022.

• SCM Student

MIT SCM students teamed up with fellow graduate supply chain students from the MIT Supply Chain and Logistics Excellence (SCALE) Network for the SCALE Supply Chain Challenge. In this 2-week, team-based business case competition, randomly-assigned student teams addressed real-world data-centric supply chain problems put forward by sponsoring companies including BMW, StockX, O9 Solutions, Heyday, ARS Traffic & Transport Technology, and others. 

• Supply Chain Education

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• Articles

March 2021:  Student teams from Northeastern University, Babson College, Penn State, Bryant University, Massachusetts Maritime Academy, and MIT's Supply Chain Management master's program competed in The Supply Chain Management Interactive Tournament (SCMIT), a 4-day, 2-round challenge to address five real-world supply chain problems put forward by Boston Consulting Group (BCG), Benjamin Moore, New Balance, and Girotti Supply Chain Consulting. 

• SCM Alumni

MIT SCM alum Sonita Lontoh, MLOG ’04, is one of 15 women leaders selected for the inaugural class of the US National Women in Manufacturing Hall of Fame. The inductees were honored in an online celebration held October 1, 2020. 

The Women in Manufacturing Association (WiM) provides career and educational resources and support to women working in the manufacturing industry. The WiM Hall of Fame recognizes leaders who have exhibited a commitment to growing the voice of women in the manufacturing industry and have created pathways for other women to succeed.