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ShareBy Maya Harter and Katie Basler Hispanic Heritage Month is a recognition and celebration of the histories, contributions, cultures, and influence of Latinx people in America that occurs annually from September 15th to October 15th. UMSL’s LGBTQ+ and Diversity Initiatives partner with various other departments and student organizations to put […]

UMSL Celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month


ShareBy Cassie Bianculli This month we would like to feature one of our UMSL Supply Chain & Analytics Executive Advisory Board Members, Brett Caplice, who is the Vice President of Global Strategic Pricing and Risk Management at Bunge. Mr. Caplice first joined Bunge in 2010 where he has since served […]

Get to Know UMSL Supply Chain & Analytics Executive Board ...


Share  Get to Know UMSL Supply Chain & Analytics Executive Board Member Jason Parrish By: Cassie Bianculli Jason M. Parrish, PharmD, is the Associate General Manager, Econdisc at Express Scripts, the nation’s largest pharmacy benefits manager (PBM). Mr. Parrish is an essential member of the Supply Chain & Analytics Executive Advisory Board. […]

Get to Know UMSL Supply Chain & Analytics Executive Board ...



ShareBy Cassie Bianculli The Supply Chain & Analytics Department is pleased to share with you our Outstanding Student Awardee and May 2021 Graduate, Adrienne Johnson. During Adrienne’s time at UMSL she was the President of the Supply Chain and Transportation Club leading the team through the 2020-2021 virtual academic year. […]

UMSL Supply Chain & Analytics Outstanding Student Award Recipient Spring ...


ShareBy Zach Stahr, The field of Customer Relationship Management is rapidly emerging as one of the most important, exciting and innovative segments of the business world. The University of Missouri-St. Louis Marketing Department recognized the importance to stay ahead of the curve. This led them to bring Sarah Dalton, director […]

CRM Panel Brings New Insights to Marketers




ShareHow to determine which one will make you wealthier? Use the graph in Figure 1 on page 44 in the article you can download at http://www.umsl.edu/~geislerg/articles/HSAContribution.pdf to compare two percentages. The first percentage is your employer’s matching contribution to your 401(k) (e.g., 25%, 50%, 100%). The second percentage is your […]

Could your Health Savings Account (HSA) make you wealthier than ...