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    This is Morteza. I am happy to join IISE this year for the first time. I am studying Ph.D. of Industrial Engineering in ISE department in "Mississippi State University." I am a graduate research assistant in "Management Systems Engineering Lab", and a ...

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    IISE is very excited to create a student leadership board (shadow board) starting 2018-2019. This board will consist of eight student board members (president, vice-president, secretary and five directors). This student leadership board will take specific ...

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    Hello everyone, My name is Gustavo Velandia, tenth semester student of Industrial Engineering at the ECCI University in Bogotá, Colombia. I have many expectations regarding the relationships that have to emerge with this wonderful IISE community, ...

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    April is wrapping up. Don't forget to enjoy articles in your April ISE magazine , including this " Final Five " interview with IISE member Yuehwern Yih. With Yuehwern Yih, professor of industrial engineering and head of the ballroom dance team ...

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    Hello Everyone! My name is Revati Pujari. I am an Industrial Engineering Master's student from SUNY Binghamton, with 2 years of experience and expertise in product flow management, inventory management, six sigma methodologies, material cost analysis, ...

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    “Anyone who stops learning is old, whether at twenty or eighty. Anyone who keeps learning stays young. The greatest thing in life is to keep your mind young.” – Henry Ford Whether you are an ISE novice or a seasoned professional, ongoing learning is essential and a key ingredient to fulfillment in all aspects of our lives and livelihoods. A steady diet of learning is our very own continuous improvement regimen that will help us excel personally and professionally all the while making a difference ...

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    It hasn’t happened in 30 years. During the recent 2018 Applied Ergonomics Conference (AEC) in Atlanta, the attendees heard a rare and important announcement. A new IISE society was launched and its proud name is – drum roll, please – the Applied Ergonomics Society (AES).   Here is the emblem that our in-house designer Kelli Huffman created for the new society to give it distinction and pizazz; its brand. On March 27, hundreds of participants attending the keynote presentation by David Cochran, ...

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    Hands-on Learning isn't just for sewing, cooking or painting; A common name for Experiential Learning, this idea of immersing oneself in a subject in order to learn, has been around since 350 BCE. Aristotle wrote, "for the things we have to learn before we can do them, we learn by doing them".  Two thousand years later, this idea became popular due to the backing of famous psychologists such as Jean Piaget, Kurt Lewin and John Dewey. Experiential Learning quickly became a staple in American education ...

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  • Looking for a Winner

    The International Ergonomics Association invites submissions for the IEA/Liberty Mutual Medal by May 31. This medal recognizes outstanding original research leading to the reduction or mitigation of work-related injuries. The award recipient will receive a monetary award of $10,000. Applicants are not required to belong to the IEA or any of its constituent groups. Relevant disciplines include ergonomics, epidemiology, biomechanics, cognitive and behavioral psychology, design, physiology, medical sciences, economics and engineering.
  • Call for HSPI Abstracts Now Open

    You're invited to share your expertise by submitting an abstract for the Healthcare Systems Process Improvement Conference, Feb. 20-22, 2019, at the Grand Hyatt San Antonio. Abstracts accepted through Aug. 15, 2018. #HSPI2019
  • Join the Applied Ergonomics Society TODAY!

    Have you heard the news? IISE is excited to announce the Applied Ergonomics Society (AES), your new home within IISE dedicated to advancing ergonomics solutions across the globe. Join today to be part of a community of your colleagues working together to share insights, discuss challenges, collaborate on exciting new projects and make lasting connections to build a stronger ergonomics community. Visit www.iise.org/AES to learn more and join today. Membership for IISE professional members is only $35 per year, and membership for IISE student members is only $5 per year.

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