A Clemson University professor who has shown the rare combination of academic and industry achievement has won an honor that goes to only the most accomplished members in the world’s largest professional society for industrial engineers.
Scott Mason has won the Fellow Award from the Institute of Industrial Engineers. The Atlanta-based institute has about 15,000 members and has bestowed the honor on about 520 members since 1950.
“It’s a rewarding feeling to know that your peers — people you look up to — have recognized the contributions you’ve made,” Mason said. “You don’t make the contributions to get the award, but when somebody votes you to be the highest-ranking member in their society, it feels good.”
Mason is a professor and the Fluor Endowed Chair in Supply Chain Optimization and Logistics. Read Full Story »
Paul Alongi, College of Engineering and Science