Engineering management students, faculty shines at ASEM conference

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On November 1, 2022

Missouri S&T won several awards from the American Society for Engineering Management (ASEM) at its conference Oct. 5-8, in Tampa, Florida.

Based on votes cast by conference participants, Missouri S&T’s student case-study team placed first in the in-person competition held at the conference, and second in the virtual competition held in September. The team included senior engineering management students: Duyen Do, Scott Henrich, Julia Meyr and Sophia Rowland. Dr. Joan Schuman, associate teaching professor of engineering management and systems engineering, advised the team.

S&T also won the Founders Award for the best engineering management graduate program, an honor that has been bestowed upon the university many times.

S&T also won the Merritt Williamson Award for best international annual conference paper, titled “Key Factors for Energy Portfolio Transitions in Island Nations.” Authors are:

  • Ashley-Ann Davis, a Ph.D. student in engineering management. She is pursuing her Ph.D. through the Kummer Innovation and Entrepreneurs Fellows Program.
  • Dr. Suzanna Long, a member of the S&T faculty from 2008-21
  • Dr. Casey Canfield, assistant professor of engineering management and systems engineering.

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