EMSE students win at ASEM conference

Four undergraduate students from the engineering management and systems engineering department won the case study competition at the annual American Society for Engineering Management (ASEM) Conference in Virginia Beach, Virginia, held Oct. 14-18. The students’ work was titled “Google in 2014.”

The team members include juniors Delaney Sexton, from Independence, Missouri, and McKenzie Scott, from Florissant, Missouri, and seniors Karlie Sample, from St. Joseph, Missouri, and Andrew Feldmann, from Florissant, Missouri.

The ASEM Student Chapter at Missouri S&T won the Founders Award for best student chapter thanks to articles sent to the ASEM national organization by past president, Brenda Ellis, and current president, Delaney Sexton.

Bhanuchander Poreddy, a Ph.D. candidate in systems engineering, placed third for the Merl Baker Award for the best international conference student paper, titled “Systems of Systems Logistics Network Design and Inventory Control Using Evolutionary Algorithms.”

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