Dr. M. Douglas Voss, Assistant Professor of Marketing and Supply Chain Management in UCA’s College of Business, recently gave presentations at The National Environmental Health Association (NEHA) 72nd Annual Education Conference in Tucson, Ariz. and the Supply Chain Leaders in Action (SCLA) Conference in Phoenix. At NEHA, Voss and Dr. Keith Helferich of Michigan State University presented the final results of a survey jointly administered by MSU and NEHA that assessed the greatest needs and challenges of environmental health professionals in their efforts to prepare and respond to All Hazards incidents including terrorism and natural disasters. At SCLA, Voss and Helferich presented the results of three separate research endeavors that are designed to assist corporations in improving their supply chain security programs and increasing sustainability.
Voss also recently published an article in the Distribution Business Management Journal entitled, “Mitigation of Supply Chain Network Risk: Research and Results Applied to Security and Sustainability.” The content of this article was presented at SCLA as described above.
Will Peveler, Assistant Professor of Exercise Science, recently had a study entitled “Effects of saddle height on economy in cycling,” published in the Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research.