Operations and Supply Chain Management

December 2023

Meet John Kros, McMahon Distinguished Professor of Marketing and Supply Chain Management

I have been charged with enhancing our undergraduate and graduate students’ learning experience while conducting meaningful research.


October 2023

Supply chain profs publish book

Supply Chain Management professors Drs. Scott Dellana, Ying Liao and John Kros have recently published the preliminary edition of their book, Supply Chain and Operations Management.  Focused on the relationship between […]


September 2023

Supply chain students attend industry event

The ECU Student Chapter of the Institute for Supply Management attended the ISM2023 Annual Conference at the Gaylord Texan Resort & Convention Center in Dallas, TX, May 7-10, 2023. Two […]


July 2023

Dr. Jon Kirchoff: from punk rocker to ECU’s supply chain thought leader

Dr. Jon Kirchoff takes the Proust questionnaire so we can learn more about him!


April 2023

Ellis to lead ECU’s Black Faculty Organization

Dr. Danny Ellis with the Department of Marketing and Supply Chain Management has been named president of ECU’s Black Faculty Organization, a public, non-profit organization dedicated to advancing the interests […]


Kirchoff named new marketing and supply chain management chair

“I am excited to serve as chair and work with my colleagues to expand and improve on the many great programs in the MSCM Department.”


March 2023

Study Abroad in 2023 in Italy – Cameron Smith

Cameron Smith is a supply chain management major and is from Greenville, North Carolina During my study abroad trip to Italy, I spent my free day traveling to Florence to […]


February 2023

Grit at Work: Jamez Mellion

ECU and the College of Business were the obvious choice.


January 2023

Supply Chain Mgmt students compete at STAFDA

“We had a great time meeting, working, and connecting with many professionals.”


December 2022

College of Business supply chain majors attend annual Port of Wilmington Tour

“I learned a lot about this critical part of our supply chain.”