University of Arkansas

Walton College

The Sam M. Walton College of Business

About

Graduates of the Supply Chain Management program will find themselves in exciting and diverse roles in organizations where they will manage activities, such as planning and forecasting, purchasing, sales, transportation, storage, and distribution.

Industry Connections

Beyond faculty expertise in these areas, our students benefit from the College's Supply Chain Management Research Center, which connects students to industry executives leading to job opportunities, internships or other support.

Recognizing the quality of the program faculty and graduates, the U.S. News & World Report has rated the SCM program among the best programs in the United States.

New & Noteworthy

Psychological Stressors Affect Truck Driver’s Experience and Contribute to Shortage in Industry

Psychological Stressors Affect Truck Driver’s Experience and Contribute to Shortage in Industry

A 2017 study published in the Transportation Journal gives insight into truck driver woes. These authors went straight to the source and talked to truck drivers about what phenomena cause them stress.

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Walton College Establishes Blockchain Center of Excellence

Walton College Establishes Blockchain Center of Excellence

Building on its history as a global leader in information systems research, the Sam M. Walton College of Business Department of Information Systems at the University of Arkansas has established the Blockchain Center of Excellence to discover and disseminate innovative uses of the emerging technology and to teach students its importance to the future of … Continue reading Walton College Establishes Blockchain Center of Excellence

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Sodero Article Featured as ‘Research for the Real World’

Sodero Article Featured as ‘Research for the Real World’

Research led by Annibal Sodero, Walton College assistant professor in the Department of Supply Chain Management, has been selected as part of the “Research for the Real World” series in a special issue of Supply Chain Quarterly.

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