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U of A Student Startup Teams Capture First Place in Both Divisions at Arkansas Governor's Cup
Nivera Solutions, a graduate student startup, and Simple & Sweet Creamery, an undergraduate venture, won the high growth/technology division and small business division competitions, respectively.
First National Science Foundation Research Experience for Teachers Site in Arkansas
A team of researchers at the U of A has been awarded a $600,000 grant from the National Science Foundation to establish the first ever Research Experience for Teachers site in Arkansas.
U of A Junior Selected As Harry S. Truman Scholarship Finalist
Junior Coleman Warren is an honors industrial engineering major and an honors political science major with an interest in hunger and food insecurity issues in Arkansas.
Industrial Engineering Doctoral Student Earns Third Military Research Fellowship
Doctoral candidate and active duty Army officer Nick Shallcross was notified earlier this year he is the recipient of his third General Omar N. Bradley Research Fellowship.
Zhang Announced as John L. Imhoff Endowed Chair 2021-22
Shengfan Zhang, associate professor of industrial engineering, has been announced as the 2021-22 John L. Imhoff Endowed Chair of Industrial Engineering.
AAIE Hosts Virtual Mock-Interviews for Spring 2021
Students in the Industrial Engineering Department participated in its Annual Mock Interviews Feb. 23-25, the second year for the event to be held virtually.
Jones to Give Webinar on Benefits Realization Management
Phil Jones, instructor of operations management, will give a webinar on Benefits Realization Management from noon to 1 p.m. CST Wednesday, March 10, via Zoom.
Three Honored for Life-Saving Actions On Fellow Employee
Raj Rao, Mark Power and Jim Coleman were honored by the American Red Cross for helping save the life of fellow employee Heather Nachtmann after a heart attack.
New Tool to Help Decision-Makers Understand Freight Movement
A team of University of Arkansas industrial engineering researchers has developed a tool to help public and private sector leaders optimize freight movement across different modes of transportation.
Better and Faster: How to Leverage Award-Winning Operations Management Techniques
Carrie Beam, teaching associate professor, will give a presentation on stakeholder engagement, iterative development, and scaled-up implementation of operations management techniques.