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APUS and ASTL Honor Graduates

By Dr. Robert L. Gordon | 06/25/2015 | 9:23 AM | Categories: Current Affairs


At the third annual American Public University System (APUS) and American Society of Transportation and Logistics PLS Award Ceremony, held at the Gaylord National Harbor on June 11, 2015, Corporate and Strategic Manager Rico Fleshman and ASTL President Laurie Denham were on hand to present ASTL Professional Designation in Logistics and Supply Chain Management Certification (PLS) awards to the graduates.

With well over 20 awardees this year, the PLS Certification serves to underscore the value APUS places on providing students with the foundational knowledge and real-world skill set needed to support global air, maritime, and intermodal systems.

Through their Transportation Logistics Management and Reverse Logistics Management degrees students learn the applicability of global standards in public and private sector transportation and logistics management--and the necessity of focus on cutting edge processes and tools.    



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About Dr. Robert Lee Gordon

Dr. Robert Lee Gordon

Dr. Robert Lee Gordon is program director of the Reverse Logistics department at American Public University. Dr. Gordon has over twenty-five years of professional experience in supply chain management and human resources. He holds a Doctorate of Management and Organizational Leadership and a Masters of Business Administration from the University of Phoenix, as well earning a Bachelor of Arts degree in History from UCLA. Dr. Gordon has spent more than 14 years teaching reverse logistics, transportation, project management, and human resources. He has published articles on reverse logistics; supply chain management; project management; human resources; education, and complexity. He has also published four books on Reverse Logistics Management; Complexity and Project Management; Virtual Project Management Organizations, and Successful Program Management..

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