Tech's Logistics Institute Changes Name
Now called Supply Chain & Logistics Institute
Posted October 13, 2006 | ATLANTA
The Logistics Institute at Georgia Tech has changed its name to the Supply Chain & Logistics Institute (SCL) to reflect its continued focus on global supply chains.
The new name recognizes Georgia Tech's strong reputation for material handling and logistics, as well as its growing emphasis on global supply chain engineering and strategy.
The Supply Chain & Logistics Institute, headquartered in Atlanta, is a unit of Georgia Tech's H. Milton Stewart School of Industrial and Systems Engineering. U.S. News & World Report has ranked the school number one for 16 consecutive years.
The Supply Chain & Logistics Institute focuses on research, executive and professional education, and outreach programs in logistics and supply chain management. Its programs include the Leaders in Logistics industry-outreach program, the Supply Chain Executive Forum, and an extensive calendar of short courses and seminars. It also has educational partnerships in Singapore and Shanghai.
Georgia Tech's H. Milton Stewart School of Industrial and Systems Engineering also offers an executive master's in international logistics, a unique, 18-month, part-time graduate degree program.