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Justin Whisenant places second in the Undergraduate Student Paper Competition

Justin Whisenant placed second in the Undergraduate Student Paper Competition held during the 2013 IIE South Central Regional Conference, Feb 7--9, 2013, hosted by the University of Houston. Justin presented the paper based on his senior design project with team members Austin Riggs and Daniel Wilkinson, titled "Webco Industries, Inc. Steel Coil Optimization."  Congratulations Justin!

OSU IIE student chapter organizes the "Green Belt in Six Sigma" certification program

OSU IIE student chapter organized the "Green Belt in Six Sigma" certification program that is approved and administered by the national IIE. This is the first time we have had an event of this type in the department and the turn-out was excellent. Over 50 undergraduate and graduate students participated and received their certificates.

2013 ISERC Best Paper Award for the Operations Research Track

IEM Ph.D. student Juan Ma and Dr. Balasundaram received the 2013 ISERC Best Paper Award for the Operations Research Track for their paper titled "Solving Chance-constrained Spanning k-Core Problem via Decomposition and Integer Programming."

OSU IIE student chapter received the 2013 Gold Award from IIE

Outgoing 2013 IIE Student Chapter Officer group.

OSU IIE student chapter received the 2013 Gold Award from IIE that recognizes the chapter's overall achievements in AY 2012-2013. There are nearly 130 active student chapters in the US and the award places us among the top 1/3rd.

Please join me in congratulating our outgoing 2013 officer group!

OSU is among Engineering Best Buy

Best online universities - affordability(STILLWATER, Okla., July 24, 2013) – Three engineering programs at Oklahoma State University are labeled “Best Buys” for engineering professionals pursuing higher education master’s degrees online, based on a national survey by GetEducated.com.

The Learning World of Tomorrow

A young child grabs the controls of what looks like a video game controller to interact intently with the 3-D solar system on the large screen before her. She is having fun playing in the high-definition virtual reality environment. And she’s a part of a quiet revolution involving the future of learning, and Oklahoma State University faculty members are at the forefront of it.

The child at play has autism, and this learning experience is part of a pilot initiative aimed at helping children with autism learn science.

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