The Supply Chain and Logistics Association of Australia (SCLAA) has announced the winner of the third national SCLAA Scholarship to attend a UQ Business School Executive Education course.
SCLAA in conjunction with the UQ Business School Executive Education named Julie McCormack, Strategy Procurement Manager, Stanwell Corporation as the winner of the 2014 UQ Scholarship.
Mr Brad Maye, Business Development Manager, said that UQ Business School Executive Education is pleased to have partnered with the SCLAA to offer a scholarship for the UQ Business School Executive Education course.
According to Mr Maye, Julie McCormack has shown not only outstanding performance over a long career in supply chain and logistics management, but also a commitment to ongoing development of her knowledge, skills and expertise to further herself as a leader in this field.
Julie McCormack believes that the UQ Scholarship will allow her the opportunity to further develop and grow her professional skills along with establishing a well-rounded theoretical base that will clearly complement her years of experience in the Supply Chain industry.
Open exclusively to SCLAA members currently working in the supply chain, logistics or transport industries, the scholarship is valued at $5400 and covers tuition and course materials. Flights, accommodation and other associated costs required to complete the course are also provided by SCLAA.