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The Management School is delighted to announce the award of Honorary Professor to Ian Shellard

Monday, February 13th, 2012

Ian Shellard, Global Physical Logistics Director at Rolls-Royce plc, has been awarded the title of Honorary Professor on the Logistics and Supply Chain Management programme at the Management School. The School welcomes Ian and we look forward to working with him more closely in his new role.

Also a member of the Low Carbon Supply Chain Board and the Advisory Board at the Management School, Ian and has engaged with the School on a number of projects in the past. One of the projects Ian is involved with is the Supply Chain Environmental Analysis Tool (SCEnAT) developed by Prof Lenny Koh, Director of Logistics and Supply Chain Management (LSCM) Research Centre at the Management School, in which companies are help and advised on ways to cut their carbon emissions.

We hope you can join us in congratulating Ian on his new role as Honorary Professor and we very much look forward to working with Ian in the future.

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The Management School is pleased to confer Alumnus Richard Bruce as Advanced Visiting Fellow

Wednesday, February 8th, 2012

The Management School is delighted to announce the confirmation of Alumnus Richard Bruce, FRSA as Advanced Visiting Fellow of the School, as of 1st January 2012.

Richard graduated from the University of Sheffield with an MBA in Business Administration in 1991 and is the Chief Executive of Heathfield Foods. He is also a member of the School’s Alumni Advisory Board.

Currently teaching the Supply Chain Accounting module as part of the MSc in Logistics and Supply Chain Management programme, the School is pleased to have this opportunity to share Richard’s expertise and knowledge with staff and students, as part of his new role as Advanced Visiting Fellow.

We hope you can join us in our congratulations to Richard and we look forward to working with Richard as Advanced Visiting Fellow, and further developing our relationship in the future.