For additional details and to apply for any of the scholarships listed below, please contact the Center for Supply Chain Management.
MBA Supply Chain Advisory Board Scholarship
Each year, the Center’s Advisory Board grants scholarships to MBA students who demonstrate academic excellence and commitment to the field of supply chain management. Interested students must write a 1-2 page essay outlining academic achievement, contributions to the Rutgers supply chain management program and future career goals.
Alfred J. Battaglia Memorial Fellowship
Alfred J. Battaglia, a former Becton Dickinson executive, was a driving force behind the creation of Rutgers' Supply Chain Management program. After his death, his family, faculty, friends at the school, and colleagues at Becton Dickinson created this fellowship to provide financial assistance to graduate students enrolled in the program. This fellowship is awarded each spring to MBA and/or Ph.D. students enrolled in the Supply Chain Management program and is based on academic merit and the recommendation of faculty members.
Council of Supply Chain Management (CSCMP)
This professional organization, offers annual scholarships to SCM students. In the last two years, Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals (CSCMP) in New Jersey has awarded over 14 Scholarships worth over $10,000 to Rutgers Business School Supply Chain Management Students and 4 of those students have attended the National CSCMP Meetings all travel expenses paid by CSCMP. Watch for announcements for the application process during the spring semester, typically in March.
New Jersey CSCM Student Award (NJ Industry Award)
The CSCMP-NJ Roundtable offers scholarships each year to Rutgers Business School's undergraduate, MBA and Ph.D. students concentrating in Supply Chain Management.
Supply Chain Leadership Award
The Center for Supply Chain Management honors students who have demonstrated exemplary leadership and dedication to supply chain management during their academic careers. Recipients are selected based on academic merit, contribution to the Rutgers supply chain management program, and the recommendation of faculty members.