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Five alumni from the Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering (ISE) who graduated within the last four years are now assistant professors at other universities around the country.

Chase Post, Jacob Seals, Preston Ruth, and Harriet “Hattie” Williamson are among the 2023-24 recipients of the Wallace “Dwight” Kessel Scholarship.

TCE is partnering with UT College of Nursing in a $980,000 research and development initiative aimed at enhancing high-consequence operations. The project is sponsored by Y-12 National Security Complex.

Professor John Kobza is a regional vice president for Alpha Pi Mu, an industrial engineering honor society. He is one of many ISE faculty members in leadership positions in academia or service organizations.

The sustainability research performed by the ISE students and faculty has benefited from diverse funding sources to produce results that have global, national, and regional implications.

UT Board of Trustees approved a Doctor of Engineering (DEng) program through ISE, the first of its kind in the state of Tennessee and in the region.

A team of researchers were granted $1.7 million to address environmental health and energy challenges in disadvantaged communities and provide a solution.

ISE Associate Professor Anahita Khojandi and a multidisciplinary team of researchers from UT use data and predictive tools to improve the detection of sepsis.

Assistant Professor Rebekah Herrman details how her team’s research is creating a foundation for quantum computing and how it could change the world.