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OVERLAND PARK, KS, USA (April 20, 2017) EunSu Lee, Ph.D., Assistant Professor at New Jersey City University, Jersey City, New Jersey, has been named a regional recipient of the 2017 ACBSP Teaching Excellence Award. The Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs recognizes individuals each year who exemplify teaching excellence in the classroom.
Dr. Lee will be honored, along with other regional recipients, at ACBSP Conference 2017, June 24-27 in Anaheim, Ca. He will receive a medallion and a $250 check. Two International Teaching Excellence Award recipients will be announced at a special Salute to Regions luncheon, one from a baccalaureate/graduate degree-granting institution and one from an associate degree-granting institution. As a regional recipient, Dr. Lee is now a candidate for the international award.
“Dr. Lee is a gifted instructor who consistently receives exceptionally positive feedback from our students,” said Dr. Wanda Rutledge, Chairperson, Management Department, Jersey City University. “His syllabi and lessons are uniformly excellent, and his class presentations regularly connect theoretical concepts to real world examples. He is extremely attentive to his students needs; I have personally witnessed the many long hours that Dr. Lee has dedicated to counseling and advising his students and looking for opportunities to introduce them to exciting research experiences. In short, he is an outstanding teacher and mentor,” she said.
The ACBSP Associate Degree Commission established the International Teaching Excellence Award in 1995 to recognize outstanding classroom teachers. In 2002, the Baccalaureate Degree Commission created a similar award to recognize excellence in teaching at the baccalaureate/graduate degree level. ACBSP is the only specialized body for business schools that presents an award recognizing excellence in teaching, open to application by the entire membership.
“It is more important than ever for business programs to produce graduates who are ready to enter the global marketplace,” said Jeffrey Alderman, ACBSP President and CEO. “ACBSP has a mission to develop, promote and recognize best practices that contribute to continuous improvement of business education. Recognition of teaching excellence is one way we achieve this goal,” he stated.
ACBSP’s mission is to promote continuous improvement and recognize excellence in the accreditation of business education programs around the world. ACBSP, www.acbsp.org, is recognized by the Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA) as a specialized accreditation agency for business education. ACBSP is the only global accrediting body to accredit business, accounting, and business-related programs at all degree levels. ACBSP currently has 1,200+ member campuses in 60 countries. Of those campuses, 956 have achieved accreditation and more than 157 are in candidacy for accreditation. Individual members on these campuses now exceed 13,000. FAQs / Accreditation FAQs
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Brand new B.S. in Supply Chain, Logistics, and Maritime Port Management will be offered in the fall of 2017. The following courses are open now to enroll. I will be teaching the first three courses: MGMT 300, MGMT 305, and MGMT 350. In addition to the courses, students may take MGMT 413 Business Information Systems as one of the core courses.
MGMT 300 Introduction to Supply Chain, Logistics and Port Management
This course is designed to provide a foundation in Supply Chain, Logistics and Maritime Port Management. Students will be introduced to the main principles and basic theories of supply chain management including procurement, production, transportation, warehousing, inventory management, logistics, port management features and information management.
MGMT 305 Procurement and Supplier Management
This course is designed to provide a foundation in Procurement and Supplier Management. Students will be exposed to key principles of purchasing and supplier strategies. Role of purchasing in today’s supply chain is re-evaluated to include traditional functions but also competencies gained from partnering with suppliers. Integration of suppliers resources at product development and operational levels will also be examined.
MGMT 350 Decision Intelligence in Supply Chains
This course is designed to equip students with data gathering and analytical skills in the field of supply chain and logistics management. Students will explore what types of data are needed for a variety of issues, what analytical tools can be used, how to use PC based spreadsheet programs and Bloomberg terminals to track trends and relations in data, how to visualize data at hand, and how to create forecast reports to make informed decisions on issues related to effective supply chain and logistics management.
MGMT 306 Logistics and Transportation Management
This course is designed to provide a foundation in Logistics and Transportation Management. Students will be expose to key components involved in the operations of supply chains and evaluate their corresponding transportation options to maximize the efficiency. The fundamental principles utilizing multiple modes of transportation to include air, maritime, and ground transportation will also be explored in this class.
MGMT 310 Port and Intermodal Transportation
This course builds on the theoretical foundation provided by the course: Operations and Management of Transportation. It provides the students an insight into the operational of Port and Intermodal Transportation.
Click the link below to see the promotion video of the NJCU Business Research Shocase
Business Student Research Showcase Advertisement filmed by Akash Jilla, an undergraduate student of School of Business at NJCU.
The inaugural Business Student Research Showcase is scheduled for Thursday, April 20, 2017 in the Harborside 2 Skyline Room. Students are requested to submit research projects, presentations from a class project and/or individual capstone projects. Members of the NJCU community, alumni, friends, and the public are invited to attend.
The showcase will celebrate the achievements of business students by highlighting the creativity of students engaged in research in their business courses, independent studies, and extra-curricular activities.
The competition will consist of two separate categories: a poster presentation category and an oral presentation category. The grand prize winners in both the poster presentation and oral presentations will each receive a cash award of $200.00, with 3 runners-up in each category receiving a lesser amount. Winners of the poster and presentation competition will be announced during the showcase. The presentations could be either a co-authored group presentation or a sole-authored (individual) presentation. Participants are permitted to compete in both categories, by submitting both 1 poster entry and making 1 oral presentation, if desired.
Awards for best presentation:
Students will benefit from this showcase by gaining experience in public communication and interacting with the invited guests, judges, and many members and friends of the NJCU community. This will be a great networking opportunity! Additionally, participants will receive public recognition of their efforts, with the possibility that some students may wish to include successful entries as an item on their employment resume.
All abstracts (summarizing your oral presentation, poster presentation or both), should be submitted electronically at https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/9CZNMZV. Click the link and follow the instruction for submitting an abstract. The author (or authors, if a co-authored work) should submit the abstract. All abstracts should be less than 500 words. All presenters should be identified through the submission. The title of the presentation should be included in the abstract. The Business Student Research committee will send you a receipt for your submission; if you don’t receive the receipt, please contact the committee at email@example.com.
Accepted presentations will be notified no later than March 17, 2017 at 11:59 p.m. (EST).
For Poster Presentation
For Oral Presentation
You can contact the Business Student Research Showcase Committee if you have any questions.
The inaugural meeting of the Association of Operations Management (APICS) NJCU Student Chapter will be held on Wednesday, February 22 at 4:00 – 5:00 pm at Classroom #201B at the School of Business located at Harborside.
The meeting agenda is as follows:
All undergraduate and graduate students who are interested in joining at APICS Student Chapter at NJCU are welcome to attend the meeting.
MEMBERSHIP is FREE for all students!
Benefits of being a member:
If you have any further questions, please send an email to EunSu Lee (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Transportation Research Board
The Transportation Research Board is pleased to invite you to participate in the 8th International Visualization in Transportation Symposium: Visualization in Action being held July 27-28, 2017 in Washington, DC.
The theme of this Symposium is Visualization in Action. Today’s visualization techniques can reshape the way transportation agencies and companies approach problem solving, make decisions, and communicate with others. The symposium will explore the opportunities and challenges of visualization entering mainstream use in the transportation field while presenting examples of how visualization is transforming the way we work today.
Visit the conference website for registration, program, and hotel information. Take advantage of the Early Bird registration and register before May 26. Visit the conference website to register and reserve a hotel room.
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