Management Team


WVU Supply Chain Management Advisory Council

The WVU Supply Chain Management Advisory Council, chaired by Jim Lynch, is planning a spring meeting on April 27, 2017 as part of the Joint B&E Council Meeting to be held at the Erickson Alumni Center on the West Virginia University campus in Morgantown, West Virginia.  The Council and advises and interacts with students in the recently established WVU Global Supply Chain Management Program and has been instrumental in the development of the program led by Professors Ednilson Bernardes and John Saldanha under the direction of Javier Reyes, the Milan Puskar Dean of the WVU College of Business and Economics.

WVU Supply Chain Advisory Council Members 2017

Supply Chain Management Advisory

The WVU Global Supply Chain Management Program

The WVU Global Supply Chain Management program welcomed over 60 new students in the Fall 2016 class and the interest among students on campus at WVU and across the world is growing. The Fall 2016 group represents the last incoming class of students pursuing the area of emphasis and the first incoming class of students pursuing the major. In addition to numerous interactions with Supply Chain Management Council members, the students in the WVU Global Supply Chain Management program have also interacted this fall with peers at the University of Pittsburg, GM/Wayne State, and Michigan State University and had the opportunity to visit the GM DHAM plant.

The GSCM program prepares students for careers in supply chain management including:

  • Supply chain analyst
  • Supply chain operations analyst
  • Global supply chain analyst
  • Global demand management
  • Export/import operations
  • International logistics management
  • Contract management
  • Traffic management
  • Warehouse management
  • Product project management
  • Strategic sourcing
  • Supplier relations management
  • Procurement and supply management
  • Distribution management
  • Materials planning
  • Inventory management

Supply Chain Advisory


  • Sourcing and Supply Management
  • Logistics and Distribution Management
  • Supply Chain Analytics
  • Transportation Management
  • Supply Chain Network Design
  • Supply Chain Technology
  • Supply Chain Quality Management
  • Project Management
  • Global Supply Chain Systems

For more information on the GSCM program please contact the WVU College of Business & Economics at (304) 293-4959 or check online WVU Global Supply Chain Management Program.

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