The workshop is part of a multi-year diversity, equity and inclusion initiative to broaden participation in the field of industrial engineering.
U-M IOE hosts its second annual Graduate School Workshop
Kamolnat Tabattanon is awarded funding to support working populations of older adults with mobility limitations.
University of Michigan Industrial and Operations Engineering Ph.D. Candidate Kamolnat Tabattanon has been awarded funding from the NIOSH Pilot Project Research Training Program (PPRTP) for her work relating to movement performance and biomechanics and how inclusive interventions will support the growing working population of older adults with mobility limitations.
The silent mental health crisis of engineering graduate students
Research on graduate-level engineering student mental health is vastly under-studied. University of Michigan researchers take a closer look at what has been researched and what still needs to be addressed.
Mohammad Zhalechian receives the Richard F. and Eleanor A. Towner Prize for Distinguished Academic Achievement
This award is presented to an outstanding graduate student in each of the U-M College of Engineering degree programs.
Do Third-Party Delivery Services Benefit Restaurants?
U-M IOE researchers discovered that a restaurant can benefit from partnering with third-party delivery services if at least one of five conditions applies to them.
University of Michigan Student Chapter selected as a winner of the INFORMS 2021 Student Chapter Annual Award (Summa cum laude)
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!
New workshop promotes graduate school in industrial engineering for underrepresented groups in STEM fields
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.
STEM education: A taste of research for K-12 teachers
The REACT workshop pairs U-M researchers with K-12 science educators to introduce primary school teachers to new laboratory science and classroom-friendly activities.