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Resilient Design Course to Feature Governor, Industry Experts
Gov. Asa Hutchinson and senior leaders from government and industry will be among the presenters in an eight-week course this fall on resilient design and crisis management.
Center for Excellence in Logistics and Distribution Welcomes New Director
Burak Eksioglu, a professor of industrial engineering, will direct the center, which is a consortium of six universities that researches innovative solutions to logistics and distribution.
Engineering Drive Raises More Than $379,000 to Support Students
A two-day giving drive in the College of Engineering raised more than $379,000 to support students during COVID-19.
Industrial Engineering Faculty Featured for COVID Response
Several University of Arkansas faculty members were featured on a podcast from the Institute of Industrial and Systems Engineers for their work during the fall and spring to adapt to COVID-19.
Engineering Giving Drive Continues Wednesday
The College of Engineering's 50 For Our Future giving drive continues Wednesday, Sept. 16, for alumni and friends to support students during COVID-19.
Engineering Giving Drive Kicks Off Today
Calling all College of Engineering supporters: 50 For Our Future is now live. You can visit project's fundraising page to make a gift in support of College of Engineering students during COVID-19.
Engineering Giving Drive Sept. 15 and 16
The College of Engineering's giving drive to support students during COVID-19 kicks off tomorrow, Sept. 15, with a goal of raising $50,000 for each department.
Resilient Design and Crisis Management Focus of New Course
The Master of Science in Operations Management is offering a new course in Resilient Design and Crisis Management in the second eight weeks of the fall semester.
Two Industrial Engineering Teams Selected as Semi-Finalists for National Capstone Award
Two teams of industrial engineering students have been chosen as national semi-finalists for their work on senior design projects.
Graduate Program in Operations Analytics Launching Fall 2020
A new graduate program in operations analytics will be offered in fall 2020 and is open to students interested in leveraging data to make organizations run more efficiently.