- Stephen Corns, associate chair of graduate studies, is featured in an Engineering.com article about Missouri S&T’s master’s degree in engineering management. The article, “Take the Lead Where Engineering and Business Intersect,” was published June 23. Embedded with the story is a video produced by the American Society of Engineering Education (ASEE) about Missouri S&T’s engineering management and systems engineering department. The video features several faculty and a student, including Corns; Dr. Suzanna Long, department chair; Lizzette Perez-Lespier, a recent PhD graduate; Dr. Elizabeth Cudney, associate professor; Dr. Stephen Raper, associate professor; and Dr. Joan Schuman, assistant teaching professor.
Dr. Beth Cudney, associate professor of engineering management and systems engineering, will receive the Kondo Medal from the International Academy for Quality (IAQ). The award will be presented at the ASQ World Conference on Quality and Improvement on April 29 in Charlotte, North Carolina.Read More »
Dr. David Enke, professor of engineering management and systems engineering, and Dr. Youngmin Kim, visiting post-doctoral fellow in engineering management and systems engineering, received the Best Paper Award in the application category at the 2016 Complex Adaptive System Conference, held Nov. 2-4 in Los Angeles. Their paper is titled “Using Neural Networks to Forecast Volatility for an Asset Allocation Strategy Based on the Target Volatility.”Read More »
The engineering management and systems engineering department faculty and staff, along with the International Council on Systems Engineering (INCOSE) student chapter, sponsored an annual Halloween chili cook-off and costume contest. A total of $322 was raised for GRACE (Greater Rolla Area Charity Enterprise). First place chili cook-off honors went to Linda Turner, traditional chili recipe […]Read More »
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.”Read More »
The engineering management and systems engineering (EMSE) department will host the eighth annual Graduate Student Research Open House on Thursday, April 24. The event will showcase EMSE graduate students’ research findings. These students will be judged on their research and awards will be presented later that day at a private department honors banquet.Read More »