Rosario deploys IE skills in Air Force missile warning program
Wherever Natasha Rosario goes, success seems to follow. A 2008 graduate of Kansas State University, Rosario serves as a captain in the United States Air Force. Stationed at Buckley Air Force Base (AFB) in Colorado, she leverages the industrial engineering training she received at K-State to manage military assets worth billions and safeguard our nation.
Exchange program in Czech Republic offers win-win for IMSE students
Many industrial engineering students have taken advantage of K-State’s exchange program with Czech Technical University, which offers in-state tuition and pre-approved transfer courses.
Resume critique and interview 'speed dating' connect Academy members with IMSE students
Prior to the K-State career fair, IMSE students were given a chance to brush up their resume and interviewing skills with the IMSE Professional Academy.
Student design project brings Drovers Museum one step closer to reality
In spring 2015, 18 Kansas State University students in the industrial facility layout and design class ventured to Ellsworth, Kansas to help in designing potential layouts for the future National Drovers Hall of Fame Museum.
Student researchers aid development of life-saving medical app
A team of industrial engineering researchers is helping SORA Medical Solutions LLC to reduce the amount of figurative juggling physicians have to do by putting diagnostic tools in their literal hands—and more specifically, their phones.
Research team develops 3D printing method for graphene aerogel
Discovered in 2004, graphene is the first two-dimensional substance ever discovered and is stronger than steel, more pliable than rubber and the best known conductor of electricity. Dong Lin, a professor in the IMSE department, is collaborating with researchers from the University of Buffalo and the Harbin Institute of Technology in China to develop additive manufacturing solutions for macroscale production of graphene.
New fund, engagement opportunities optimize alumni impact for IMSE education
By engaging with their department, alumni of all ages can make a difference for the next generation.
IMSE seeks to revolutionize industrial engineering education
The IMSE department at K-State is focusing the same principles of continuous improvement inward as it seeks to revolutionize its industrial engineering program.
Finding a niche in operations research
Two women with math degrees bring passion and creativity to IMSE master's program
First female IE graduate recalls career, time at K-State
When Ardis Ellis Kimmel enrolled for engineering classes at Kansas State University in 1956, she had no idea she would be the only woman.