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OSU IIE Chapter Wins Gold Award for 2013-2014

The Institute of Industrial Engineers Student Chapter at OSU has completed the requirements to be recognized as a Gold Chapter for IIE. This is the highest recognition awarded by IIE and recognizes their achievements, progress and improvements in the last year. The OSU Chapter is one of 65 schools across the world receiving the award. Congratulations to the 2013-2014 Officers for all of their hard work and accomplishments!

A little bit about IIE…

The group is dedicated to furthering the involvement and understanding of Industrial Engineering for students through professional development activities and social events. These include company information sessions and field trips as well as attendance and technical paper competitions at the regional and annual conference. Most notably the chapter was able to bring four of the officers and three graduated members to the Annual Conference in Montreal May 31 to June 4. This year they will be working on having more frequent gatherings and varied seminars to show what opportunities are available in Industrial Engineering.

A little bit about the 2013-2014 IIE Officers…

Senior Kaitlin Krause served as President of the Chapter in 2013-2014. She is from Tulsa, Oklahoma and attended the IIE Annual Conference & Expo in Montreal over the summer in addition to taking classes. She will be graduating this year from the IEM program.

Ian Giese served as the Vice-President of the chapter and is from Bloomington, Minnesota. He enjoys baseball and football and attended the IIE Conference in Montreal over the summer. He was also able to work his childhood dream job as a camp counselor and waterfront staff member at the Sports and Arts Center at Island Lake Camp. He will be graduating this year from IEM and will be serving as the President of the IIE Student Chapter this academic year.

Senior Morgan Reiner was the Treasurer of the chapter and is from Enid, Oklahoma. Over the summer she interned with Oxbow Calcining, LLC in Enid. Her interests include politics, current affairs and she is the President of Alpha Pi Mu.

Ann Meister, a senior from Houston, Texas, was the Events Coordinator and she interned at Northrop Grumman in Baltimore, Maryland over the summer. She enjoys baking and will be graduating from the IEM program this year.

Junior Carly Reaves, from Keller, Texas, was the Student Council Representative and is currently the IIE Secretary for the 2014-2015 academic year. She is an IEM major and is also minoring in finance. Reaves is an outdoor sports enthusiast and Red Cross volunteer. Over the summer she worked as an Industrial Engineering Intern for Bell Helicopter in Fort Worth, Texas.

Other officers from the 2013-2014 year included Claire Van Beek, a junior and Secretary of the chapter, 2014 graduate Monik Shah and senior Kaitlin Kliewer who both managed the chapter’s Public Relations. IEM Professor Dr. Baski Balasundaram was the faculty advisor for the group.


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