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NEWS
Brilliant Bracelets: Engaging girls in STEM
IIE Blogs: Contributor Britta Rowan writes about efforts by IIE's Twin Cities chapter toward introducing girls to IE.
Georgia Tech tops industrial/manufacturing engineering schools
U.S. News and World Report has published its rankings for universities in industrial and/or manufacturing engineering.
Pohl named head of industrial engineering
Ed Pohl has been named head of the department of industrial engineering at the University of Arkansas.
Call for editor-in-chief of Journal of Enterprise Transformation
This is a call for nominations for the position of editor-in-chief with a four-year term starting Jan. 1.
Study hacks and tools for engineering students
EngineerJobs.com: This blog offers tips to engineering students on how to adjust their studying habits.
Manufacturers love U.S., Mexico
Forbes: A new report suggests the U.S. and Mexico are today's superstars of worldwide manufacturing.
Opinion: I studied engineering, not English. I still can't find a job.
Washington Post blog: Businesses aren't looking for college grads. They want employees who can actually do things.
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EVENTS & TRAINING
SEP
23
  The Evolution of Lean - From Cars to Chemicals to Supply Chains and Beyond
Webinar

SEP
25
  Student Chapter Kick-off for Student Leaders and Faculty Advisors
Webinar

SEP
29
  Engineering Lean and Six Simga Conference 2014
Orlando, FL - 3 Days

OCT
22
  Design of Experiments
Norcross, GA - 2 Days

OCT
28
  Lean Green Belt
Norcross, GA - 3 Days

OCT
28
  Lean Green Belt for Healthcare
Norcross, GA - 3 Days

NOV
4
  Engineering Analytics
Norcross, GA - 2 Days



VIDEO

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Conference co-chair talks about highlights awaiting attendees at ELSS 2014 
Paul Odomirok, president & CEO at Performance Excellence Associates Inc. and co-chair of IIE's Engineering Lean & Six Sigma Conference 2014, discusses why he's looking forward to this year's conference. ELSS 2014 will take place Sept. 29 - Oct. 1 at the Embassy Suites - Lake Buena Vista South in Orlando, Florida. And for the first time, the Lean Educator Conference will be held in collaboration with this event. Learn more and register to attend at www.iienet.org/leansixsigma.

 


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INDUSTRIAL ENGINEER MAGAZINE
Industrial Engineer - September 2014   

Industrial Engineer is the member magazine of IIE. The monthly publication provides information for readers to enhance their career capabilities, improve their organizations’ performance and advance the development of the profession. 





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