Terillium has formally partnered with the Farmer School of Business’ newest center at Miami University.
Terillium is a founding Corporate Partner of the Center for Supply Chain Excellence and will support student programs in supply chain management. A formal mentorship program for supply chain and operations management students will be put in place with the gift. This creates additional opportunities for students to gain professional experience
Monique Murfield, the CSCE director at Miami University, said, “The supply chain and operations management program at Miami University has been working with Terillium for quite some time, and we are excited to further strengthen this partnership.”
Monique also explained how the student mentorship program will be a wonderful way to keep alumni engaged and offer students the opportunity to network before they graduate.
Miami University and Terillium are also working to develop a Terillium-sponsored case competition. Teams of students will compete to analyze a business case related to challenges Terillium faces with everyday clients. This program will offer great professional experience to students for their future careers.
Our Terillium president and Miami University alumnus, Dave Woodworth, explained, “Farmer School of Business students are a key source for our firm’s recruiting efforts. This partnership is one-way Terillium is investing in the future, and we are grateful for the opportunity to give back to Miami University. We can offer students career advice and professional experience, and in return Terillium can continue to find new talent to join our team after graduation. We believe this will be a win-win relationship and look forward to building on the partnership over the years.”
Terillium is excited to join as a Corporate Partner, along with Dover Corporation, DHL Supply Chain, and Arrive Logistics. Corporate Partners support the CSCE, which helps support student activities, faculty research, and corporate engagement.