Selected Bibliography –
When addressing the subject of logistics engineering, one should become familiar not only with the literature in this field, but with some of the subject areas that are closely aligned with logistics. “Logistics,” by nature, is highly interdisciplinary, and acquiring knowledge in related areas is essential if one is to progress and successfully implement logistics engineering requirements for any given program or project.
There are many sources of available reading material. One of the most comprehensive lists can be found on the DAU Life Cycle Logistics Community of Practice webpages: Life-Cycle-Logistics-Career-Field-Recommended-Reading-List. If you have a favorite reference you’d like us to share, please let us know on the Contact Us page!
The December 2017 list can be downloaded here: Life Cycle Logistics Recommended Reading List (Updated 1 Dec 17)
Scholarship Programs –
CLEP’s Scholarship Program was also established in 2010 to provide financial support to students who demonstrate promise in their academic and professional Logistics Engineering accomplishments, and to provide CLEP Members and their families resources to help off-set tuition in times of financial need.
The CLEP Keith McClendon Scholarship:
The Keith McClendon Scholarship in named in honor of Mr. Keith McClendon of Huntsville, Alabama. Keith was a devoted husband, father, co-worker and friend. His contributions to the United States Army Logistics Support Activity (LOGSA) and to the Council of Logistics Engineering Professionals (CLEP) were numerous and unselfishly given.
Please send your request for the CLEP Keith McClendon Scholarship application to CLEP’s Vice President, Education, Mr. Vijay Chachra, at firstname.lastname@example.org.