The UNI Supply Chain Management Association (SCMA) student organization will deliver outstanding experiences and development opportunities beyond the classroom.

For many years, SCMA students have participated in the General Motors/Wayne State Competition where student supply chain teams from around the globe analyze a real GM supply chain situation and give recommended solutions to a panel of executives from various organizations and industries. UNI has consistently placed in the top three against schools like Michigan State and Rutgers, and various schools from around the world.

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It was a great opportunity to network with business professionals and network with students from other universities across the country. The GM case competition was one of the most rewarding experiences I could have while also having fun.
Eliot BoisjolieSupply Chain Management ‘17


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