For the past five years, at CSCMP’s Academic Research Symposium (ARS), formerly known as the Educator’s Conference, supply chain academics have honored their peers for their lifetime impact on the field of supply chain management. This year’s recipient of the 2022 Council of Supply Chain Management Academic “Giant” Award was Dale Rogers, the ON semiconductor professor of business in the Department of Supply Chain Management at Arizona State University’s (ASU) W.P. Carey School of Business and a recipient of the CSCMP 2021 Distinguished Service Award winner.
Rogers was recognized on September 17, 2022, during CSCMP’s EDGE Conference in Nashville, Tennessee. With decades of experience under his belt, Rogers serves as the director of the Frontier Economies Logistics Lab and the co-director of the Internet Edge Supply Chain Lab at ASU’s W. P. Carey School. He is the executive director and principal investigator of the $15 million CARISCA Project, a global center for supply chain research located in Ghana, Africa. Rogers also serves as the director of Global Projects for ILOS—Instituto de Logística e Supply Chain in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
A board advisor to several supply chain companies, a founding board member of the Global Supply Chain Resiliency Council and Reverse Logistics and Sustainability Council, and a board of director’s member for the Organización Mundial de Ciudades y Plataformas Logísticas, Rogers continues to contribute to the creation and innovation of supply chain management.
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