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IE 490 students discuss Systems, Decisions, and Change and the IE Profession (IE 49000)
During the first day of a new IE course held this week, undergraduate students split into small groups to develop their “elevator pitches” with each other and the instructors, and to begin getting to know each other.
Susan Hunter Hunter receives NSF CAREER award
Assistant Professor Susan Hunter has received a CAREER award grant from NSF.
Jocelyn Dunn in spacesuit Purdue IE PhD student’s research is “out of this world”
For eight months, a Purdue University industrial engineering PhD student lived in a domed habitat on a volcanic landscape in Hawaii mimicking life on a Martian outpost. Jocelyn Dunn participated in the Hawaii Space Exploration Analog and Simulation (HI-SEAS) Mission 3 with five other “crew members” from Oct. 15, 2014 – June 12, 2015.
IE Graduate Reception Congratulations to IE Alumni
The School of Industrial Engineering held a Commencement Reception on December 18 for IE graduates.
  Duerstock's Prehensile Technologies receives NSF grant
A Purdue IE professor's startup has received federal funding to further develop an assistive wheelchair technology that allows power wheelchair users an efficient and easy-to-use method to more easily position and remove an iPad and other mobile devices.

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