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Bernardes impacts supply chain management program

Ednilson Bernardes, associate professor of supply chain management, is, in part, responsible for getting the supply chain program off the ground so quickly at the College of Business and Economics at West Virginia University – and this month, he has another honor attached to his name.

The Budapest University of Technology and Economics in Hungary selected Bernardes to participate in its MBA Intensive Seminar Program. The exchange took place this month, and the purpose was to provide graduate business students with an opportunity to interact and learn from professors and professionals from other countries, in particular the United States.

MBA students partner with University of Münster for virtual group presentations

MBA students partner with University of Münster for virtual group presentations

It’s no secret that the College of Business and Economics at West Virginia University has made a concerted effort over the last decade to better involve its students, faculty and programs in the global marketplace through education, research, study abroad and student exchange opportunities.