Part of COE’s mission is connect our members to undergraduate and graduate students at Fisher College of business and, for students, connect them to member companies.

2018-19 Scholarship Opportunity: First-year MBAs

Each year, the Center for Operational Excellence, Logistics Scholarship Fund and operations management and logistics management faculty offer several scholarships to Fisher College of Business first-year MBA students majoring in operations management or logistics management. The amount of the scholarship award varies, but generally ranges from $500 to $750 for each award. Criteria for choosing the scholarship finalists include academic performance and service to the profession.

If you are interested in being considered for a scholarship, you will need to complete an application form and attach a current copy of your resume and Web-printed transcripts. Download the application here:

Scholarship application

... then return the application, along with your resume and Web-printed transcripts by March 9 to:

  • James Hill
    • Associate Professor of Management Sciences
      620 Fisher Hall

or

  • Michael Knemeyer
    • Professor of Logistics
      548 Fisher Hall
       

Scholarship announcements will be made in April 2018.

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resources

  • Submit internship / full-time positions

    The Office of Career Management's website, Fisher Connect, is a system designed to help employers and Fisher students connect. Employers and students can add and find jobs, internships, on-campus interview schedules, resumes, and career fairs all in one system.

    For questions or additional information, contact Jamie Mathews-Mead at Mathews-mead.1@osu.edu or 614.292.8580.

  • Engage with graduate students on a Six Sigma project

    Companies have the opportunity to participate with the second year MBA Six Sigma class by providing a clearly defined six sigma project for students to solve over a 15 week period.Projects run from October to March and January to May. This is a student project for class credit and there is no financial cost to the company.

    For more information, contact Peg Pennington at pennington.84@osu.edu or 614.292.3081.

  • Connect your nonprofit passion to undergrads for a project

    Non-profit companies have the opportunity to participate in a Six Sigma class by providing a clearly defined six sigma project for students to solve over a 10 week period. Projects run from January to March. This is a student project for class credit and there is no financial cost to the company.

    For more information, contact Cheryl Dickerson at dickerson.138@osu.edu or 937.408.9021. 

  • Engage with MBA students on a sourcing project

    Companies have the opportunity to participate with the second year MBA global sourcing class by providing a clearly defined project for students to solve over a 6-8 week period. Projects run January to early March. Examples include; make buy decisions, off-shoring and redesign of supply chain. This project is for class credit and there is no financial cost to the company.

    For more information, contact John Gray at gray.402@osu.edu or 614.247.8021.

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