Welcome to the Department of Industrial and Manufacturing Systems Engineering
From 3D printing nanomaterials to managing global supply chains, industrial engineering is a field of possibilities. An Industrial Engineering degree from K-State provides both a depth of technical knowledge and breadth of professional skills, preparing students to tackle complex problems in manufacturing, healthcare, humanitarian logistics, supply chains and more.
Top News and Stories
- K-State gets $1.7 million in CARES Act funds to support Kansas manufacturers coping with pandemic
The U.S. Department of Commerce's Economic Development Administration is awarding a $1.7 million CARES Act Recovery Assistance grant to Kansas State University.
- K-State professors cited for research efforts in science news report
Two K-State professors from the industrial and manufacturing systems engineering department were noted for their research efforts in the article, "How the Lightest Materials in the World Absorb Sound," published in the Dec. 11 issue of Inside Science.
Engineering faculty members receive named positions
The Carl R. Ice College of Engineering has announced nine faculty members, including two from industrial and manufacturing systems engineering, as the most recent recipients of named positions.
IMSE and the College of Engineering are committed to working towards racial equality, diversity and inclusion. Please see the following statement from the College of Engineering deans and department heads and know that we're here for you and we welcome any questions or concerns. https://engg.ksu.edu/about/diversity-and-inclusion/
Congrats to our 2020 IMSE Spring and Summer graduates!
Check out the virtual graduation boards below:
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Legendary K-State football coach, Bill Snyder, spoke at last fall's IMSE Academy/Advisory Council joint meeting. You can listen to his speech here. Posted with permission and recorded by IMSE alumnus, Amy May.