2017 Student Paper Competition

The Northwest Arkansas Chapter of APICS Supply Chain Councilis hosting its 3rd annual Student Paper Competition in 2017. This event allows students to compete for the opportunity to network with professionals and develop local contacts in the supply chain industry.

APICS 3rd Annual Student Competition Announcement 2017

APICS 3rd Annual Student Competition Guidelines 2017

APICS 3rd Annual Student Competition Submission Form 2017



We still have open positions and committee members are needed. Please contact programs@apicsnwa.org if you have an interest in joining the Board of your Local chapter


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APICS NWA Chapter would like to recognize White River Hardwoods as our company of the year for the 2014-2015 season. They participated in a number of our programs in large numbers throughout the year. We appreciate their support and look forward to their participation in the upcoming year!

White River Hardwoods is a manufacturer of high end decorative hardwood mouldings and woodcarvings. Their facility is located in South Fayetteville.


The Board of Directors of the Northwest Arkansas Chapter of APICS would like to recognize two volunteers for the 2014-2015 year:

Mandy Hougland Bohannon is recognized for her efforts in launching the first annual student competition. Her work on this program has set the standard for all future student competitions. Thanks to Mandy for a great, successful event! 

Mandy has also set the groundwork for the launch of an APICS student chapter at the University of Arkansas starting Fall 2015. There will be more on this exciting development shortly! Watch this space!

The Board also wishes to recognize Jane Van for her extraordinary work developing the biannual newsletter. Many positive comments were received regarding the professionalism of the document. This really put a positive spotlight on our chapter and for this the chapter is very appreciative!

 Of course, the chapter appreciates all of our volunteers who help to make our chapter a growing and continuing success.