Month: April 2011

Soyster Delivers Ohanian Lecture.

Gainesville, FL (April, 2011): Dr. Allen L. Soyster deliver the Ohanian Lecture, sponsored by the Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering at the University of Florida on Monday, April 18. His talk, “NSF and Your Career: Insights from an Insider,”… Read More

University of Nebraska May Cut Industrial Engineering.

Lincoln, NE (April, 2011): Chancellor Harvey Perlman of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln proposed budget cuts which include eliminating the state’s only industrial engineering program. Leslie Reed of the Omaha Word-Herald reported on the potential closing of the Industrial and Management… Read More

Engineers Command Top Salaries for New Graduates.

Bethlehem, PA (April, 2011): According to the Spring 2011 Survey from the National Association of Colleges and Employers, engineers and other technical majors secured the top-ten highest starting salaries for college graduates. Chemical engineers headed the list, with an average… Read More

IE Recruiting Video wins NY Emmy.

New York, NY (April, 2011): The National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, New York Chapter, announced results of the 54th Annual New York Emmy Awards. The video Industrial Engineers Make a Difference won in the category of “Informational/Instructional: Feature/Segment”.… Read More

Engineering PhD Enrollment Remains Strong.

Washington, D.C. (March, 2011): The American Society of Engineering Education released data from its most recent survey showing 2010 enrollment in engineering doctoral programs in the United States to be 9,025. The level is virtually unchanged over the last four… Read More

The Princeton Review Names UF No. 3 in Value.

Framingham, MA (February, 2011): The University of Florida was named third “Best Value College” among public schools in the nation by The Princeton Review. The University of Virginia claimed the top spot, followed by the New College of Florida (in… Read More

Distinguished Panel Tackles Innovation and Leadership.

Gainesville, FL (February, 2011): Tom Hunter, former President of Sandia National Laboratories, moderated a panel consisting of Norman Augustine, former CEO of Lockheed Martin, Michael Lewis, Senior Vice President of Energy Delivery at Progress Energy, Mikel Miller, Chief Scientist of… Read More