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The Supply Chain Education Partners Program Experience

MLOG/ZLOG Webinar, June 3, 2009 - Each year companies work with students from the MLOG and ZLOG programs on thesis projects from August to June. Students benefit by being able to work closely with professionals on a challenging supply chain problem that will turn into their thesis. Companies benefit by having a student team bring new insights and approaches to a current supply chain project.

This webinar features two projects, with General Motors and Chiquita, that were recently completed by the class of 2009. Both students and company project leaders will join to discuss their experiences and new insights from the project this year.

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