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#2 Best graduate Industrial Engineering Program
Ranked Engineering School in U.S. News & World Report (2020)
Ranked Public University by the Wall Street Journal (2021)
Industrial and Operations Engineering PhD students have fellowships for year one, guaranteed funding until completion, and can access more than a dozen graduate student certificate programs across campus.
Our PhD students have extensive interdisciplinary opportunities available on campus. Take classes and work with faculty from different engineering departments, Michigan Medicine, and U-M schools and colleges such as the Stephen M. Ross School of Business and the School of Public Health.
PHD STUDENT NEWS
The purpose of these awards is to recognize the achievements of student chapters. Please join us in congratulating our students on this well-deserved recognition!
The IOE department started a new initiative to broaden participation in industrial engineering by underrepresented groups, including traditionally underrepresented minorities, women, and first-generation students. A recent IOE graduate school workshop offered by the department was part of the launch of this new multi-year diversity, equity and inclusion initiative.
U-M IOE PhD student, Kati Moug, has received a 2021 Generation Google Scholarship in recognition of academic performance, leadership, and a commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion.
U-M IOE graduate students, Lauren Czerniak and Leena Ghrayeb honored as recipients of the National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship (NSF GRFP).
U-M IOE professor, Nadine Sarter has received funding from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) for research on the role flight crews play in aviation safety.
At the recent INFORMS Annual Meeting, the U-M INFORMS student chapter and U-M IOE PhD student, Wesley J. Marrero, were recognized for their work in operations research and the management sciences.
HFES awards the U-M Student Chapter with the Outstanding Student Chapter Gold Award. Na Du, a U-M IOE PhD candidate, was also recognized individually with two awards and a scholarship.
Julia Coxen, U-M IOE PhD candidate and an active-duty colonel in the U.S. Army, has been selected to serve as a PUSMA and deputy head of the Department of Systems Engineering at West Point.
Three members of the U-M IOE community were recognized for their work at the recent Institute of Industrial and Systems Engineering’s (IISE) Annual Conference and Expo in Orlando.
U-M PhD student and active-duty colonel, Julia Coxen, has received an Omar N. Bradley Officer Research Fellowship in Mathematics.
U-M IOE PhD candidate, Qi Luo, receives PhD Colloquium Best Student Paper Award at the INFORMS Simulation Society’s annual Winter Simulation Conference.
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