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Research Center Director

Dr. Jeffery Adams photo
Jeffery Adams, Ph.D.

College of Business
Shea Building, B-421
320 N. Main St.
Houston, TX 77002

Degree Program


Bachelor of Business

Administration in Supply Chain Management

Supply Chain Management Research Center Vision


The Supply Chain Management (SCM) Research Center is the vehicle by which the UHD Bachelor of Business Administration in SCM program and industry interact.

The SCM degree program employs a reality-based curriculum made possible by the mutually beneficial working relationships between the UHD College of Business and local business and philanthropic communities. The program is driven by real-life cases, examples, speakers, visits and projects.

The Research Center enables students to participate in:

  • Research projects,
  • Professional organizations,
  • Speaker presentations,
  • Community projects,
  • Conferences, and
  • Round-table discussions.

In addition, when a company has a particular problem or issue that our faculty and students can assist with resolving, the experience serves as a tremendous learning opportunity for the students.

Internships and Career Opportunities

Through the Research Center, UHD’s Bachelor of Business Administration in Supply Chain Management program is uniquely positioned to serve the community by providing students with the skills, knowledge, theoretical foundation and practical experience to succeed.

Students are encouraged to explore their options for obtaining:

  • Student internships
  • Part-time work positions, or
  • Full-time employment (in which case students are encouraged to finish their degrees through online, evening and/or weekend programs).

Types of student or research projects that SCM faculty and students have worked on include:

  • Inventory management
  • Purchasing and procurement projects
  • Facility layout
  • Market research
  • Supply chain management
  • Systems and information management
  • Project management
  • Financial improvement performance


How Organizations Can Get Involved

There are myriad ways companies can become involved with the SCM program and its students. These include student recruitment, providing speakers, providing tours, establishing internships, engaging the Research Center for training and continuing education, providing student projects or research projects.

Please feel free to contact the Research Center director, Jeffery Adams, Ph.D., at 713-221-8609 or via email to to discuss the possibilities.


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Last updated or reviewed on 8/15/14

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