During the 67th HFES Annual Meeting in Washington, DC, Clemson IE students and faculty were awarded for their contributions to the human factors and ergonomics field, followed by the student chapter receiving the Gold HFES Chapter Recognition Award.
Malik Balogun ’23 followed in his mother’s footsteps when he chose to attend Clemson. He did it again when he selected Industrial Engineering as his major and yet again when he sought a leadership position to help make Clemson a more welcoming campus for all.
Congratulations to Dr. Jackie Cha and Dr. Dan Li, both Assistant Professors in Clemson IE, for receiving a National Science Foundation (NSF) funding award for their submission titled “CICI: UCSS: Human-Centered Cybersecurity in Robotic Surgery (HCCRS) – Coordinating the Human and Cyber Infrastructure for Cybersecurity”! The goal of this research is to design new human-centered […]
Congratulations to the following I.E. students and CECAS award recipients. Christopher A.J. Sanders (Jacquelwyn Willis Anthony PEER Award), Eliza Macaulay (Outstanding Undergraduate Researcher Award) and Lucky Cho (Outstanding Graduate Teaching Assistant Award)
Congratulations to Dr. Joel Greenstein for being named an I.D.E. Clemson University Emeritus College Fellow! These named fellows were created to honor emeritus faculty members each year who steadily render valuable service to the Emeritus College and to Clemson University without compensation. In service to the Emeritus College, Greenstein has served as a member of […]
Clemson IE’s Dr. Jessica Avilés presents at a Congressional Briefing for the Science, Space, and Technology Committee in Washington, DC. Dr. Avilés co-led the showcase of cutting-edge research led by Dr. Divya Srinivasan (Clemson IE) and Dr. Georgia Chao (University of South Florida).
This weekend, North Carolina State University hosted the 2023 IISE Mid-Atlantic Regional Conference. Clemson’s own, Eliza Macaulay, presented her research in the technical paper competition and won first place!
For the 2023 US News & World Report, Clemson’s Industrial Engineering program has ranked 16th among all universities nationwide and 11th among all public universities. This is a move up from 24 (overall) and 18 (public).