1. Are materials used in the supply chain management program available to me for use in my classes and courses?
  If you are an educator teaching or interested a course in logistics, contact Lee Blyth (lblyth@cscc.edu) and he’ll be happy to share relevant syllabi and unit outlines.  

Make sure to check out the Resources section of this website where you can find a wide variety of information that can be useful to you in your classroom – presentations from industry; faculty audio/video casts on a particular topic of interest, etc.
2. May I attend DNA and other professional seminars and presentations sponsored by CSCC?
  Yes, attendance at the DNA events is open to all educators.  The Project EAGLE calendar provides information on upcoming DNA Society events. We look forward to meeting you at the next event.
3. What resources are available to help introduce students to a career in logistics/supply chain management?
  There are lots of great resources about careers in logistics.  The CSCMP website [http://www.cscmp.org] offers up-to-date information regarding career opportunities, career tracks, etc.  The local Columbus Roundtable of the CSCMP can be a good source of professional speakers. Finally, CSCMP has put together a terrific DVD entitled What in the World is the Global Supply Chain? Produced with a student audience in mind, this 40 minute DVD explores the broad range of careers that constitute supply chain management.
4. I don’t teach logistics courses; how can I use your (CSCC) information?
  Supply chain management/logistics is at the heart of so much of global business that it can be integrated into just about any business curriculum.  The logistics material presented in the Project EAGLE website can easily be integrated into a unit or lecture or the global supply chain and/or global business.
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