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EDUCATING TOMORROW'S TRANSPORTATION PROFESSIONALS TODAY
Delta Nu Alpha is an international organization of professional men and women in all areas and at all levels of transportation and logistics. The cornerstone of Delta Nu Alpha's success is its emphasis on education, financial assistance and mentoring for students. We also provide excellent continuing education opportunities for the work force and vigilance in communicating changes in regulations. In addition to a strong international organization, Delta Nu Alpha has chapters in locales all across the continent.
These webinars were recorded in the Spring of 2014 as part of a Supply Chain Knowledge Management course at the University of Alaska Anchorage in their Master of Science in Global Supply Chain Management program.
They are now available to Delta Nu Alpha members and the general public for $40 per course. Registrants seeking continuing education credit from CCPAC should email firstname.lastname@example.org and indicate at time of registration that you are requesting credit. A self-reporting certification will be provided upon confirmation of payment.
General Principles of Federal Transportation Law and Bill of Lading Terms and Conditions
Contracting for Interstate Truck Service - Typical issues to be addressed in shipper/carrier contracts / a discussion of 13 provisions in typical shipper contracts which affect the risk analysis of carriers and brokers Part 1
Contracting for Interstate Truck Service - Typical issues to be addressed in shipper/carrier contracts / a discussion of 13 provisions in typical shipper contracts which affect the risk analysis of carriers and brokers Part 2
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Journal of Transportation Management
Below is a list of the current presidents for the various chapters. If you are interested in attending a meeting in these areas you can contact the local president for more information.
Bowling Green Chapter - Marvin Claywell email@example.com
Chapter 750 at Large - Christopher Burns firstname.lastname@example.org
Louisville, KY Derbytown Chapter 112 - Lori A Kelsey Lori.Kelsey@ky.gov
Milwaukee Chapter 317 - Steve Rose email@example.com
Nashville Volunteer Chapter 135 - Jim Hall Jrhall8657@gmail.com
See you in the Fall!
Why Should I Join?
Are you employed or have an interest in the transportation industry? OR Are you studying related transportation courses, including sales, marketing, logistics and transportation brokerage, 3PL or computer technology?
If your answer to either question is YES, then there is a place for you in Delta Nu Alpha.
If you are in business, government or academia as an employee, owner, educator or student involved with trucking,
railroads, manufacturers, ship lines, airlines, small package centers or government organizations—Delta Nu Alpha is
You owe it to yourself and your career to be affiliated with an organization whose primary objective is to promote
greater knowledge of logistics and transportation among its members. Delta Nu Alpha promotes the exchange of information, experience, ideas, and cooperation and works to foster an appreciation of the logistics professional as a motivating force in industry and commerce. Through monthly meetings, logistics and transportation professionals are kept informed of ever-changing developments within our fast-paced industry.
Delta Nu Alpha advances professional ethics among those engaged in transportation and logistics management and encourages young persons of ability to enter and remain in the field of transportation and logistics management as a life work.
All members benefit through...
1. Seminars sponsored by Delta Nu Alpha at the local, regional and national levels, including chapter meetings.
2. A nationwide networking system that provides opportunities to contact other industry professionals in your area and across the country.
3. Access to transportation professionals in North America through Delta Nu Alpha’s Directory of Members.
4. Monthly updates to Chapters providing the latest news about Delta Nu Alpha.
5. Scholarship opportunities.
6. Access to the Job Bank, a listing of jobs and members seeking employment.
7. Recognition by your peers through an annual awards program.
8. Assistance with planning for National Transportation Week.
9. A Delta Nu Alpha membership pin. (Given at chapter meetings)
10. Our monthly newsletter, The Alphian Connection, containing news about Delta Nu Alpha for Delta Nu Alpha members.
11. Chapter Assistance, which provides your local leaders with leadership tips, fund raising and program ideas.
12. A Membership Certificate.
In addition, GOLD MEMBERS receive...
13. Journal of Transportation Management — a practitioner-oriented technical publication.
14. Special recognition at the Annual Conference for providing additional financial support to Delta Nu Alpha.
How Can I Join?
There may already be a DNA chapter in your community. Why not get acquainted by attending one of their meetings?
Annual dues for Silver Membership are $75; Gold Membership dues are $125; and Student Membership dues are $35.
Payment Methods: check, Visa, American Express or MasterCard. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or visit our website: www.DeltaNuAlpha.org
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Transportation Job Opportunities
Be sure to tell employers you saw the posting on the Delta Nu Alpha website!
AldenLaw, a transportation law firm located in Columbus, Ohio, has set up what they call their "Wednesday Employment Blast". Currently listed are over 100 management positions nationwide, and even more resumes. The AldenLaw site is tied in with Columbus State Community College’s "LogisticsArt" Program which has an extensive list of entry level resumes of people fresh out of the Logistics Art Retraining Program.
Please view the website at www.aldenlaw.net and click on "Industry Employment". We suggest that you add your email address to receive future blasts and utilize this site for your open positions or resumes.
Delta Nu Alpha was assured that there is no cost involved for employers or employees and that the list is not shared in any way. This logistics site is simply AldenLaw’s support for our industry.
The Journal of Transportation Management Editor is Dr. John C. Taylor. Dr. Taylor is Associate Professor and Director of Global Supply Chain Programs in the School of Business at Wayne State University in Detroit, Michigan. Wayne State is one of Michigan’s three large research universities and is home to some 30,000 undergrad and graduate students. The School’s Department of Marketing and Supply Chain Management hosts the Global Supply Chain Management Major. Wayne State also offers a supply chain elective track in its MBA Program. Dr. Taylor works with five supply chain faculty and 120 undergraduate supply chain majors at Wayne State. The School’s Global SCM Program web page can be found at http://www.business.wayne.edu/gscm