Rupy Sawhney, professor of industrial and systems engineering, and researchers with CASRE are working to expand the group’s reach internationally.
Student entrepreneurs won second place for their start-up business in the fall 2019 Graves Business Plan Competition.
“Involving engineering students with publicizing the traditions of the Pride of the Southland was a real ‘two-fer’,” said Martin. “It combined real-world experience in a project of lasting value for the engineers and a fitting tribute to the band’s impact on campus.”
“Believe it or not, there are a lot of similarities between working with preschoolers and elementary age students and working with college students,” she said.
Industrial engineering students Ashley Chen and Frank Gao won first place at Vol Court for their app YouEat, a mobile lunch ordering service.
Mingzhou Jin, professor of industrial and systems engineering, is received a grant to help ensure global food sustainability.
A team of students from the Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering are working with Fort Sanders Regional Hospital to improve patient care.
The Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering has partnered with ETPMI to promote project management education, career development, and research.
The Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering developed an accessibility survey for the Knoxville Mayor’s Council on Disability Issues.
Tickle College of Engineering alumnus Gabriel Balas was selected to lead the Knoxville Utilities Board (KUB).