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The Inclusive Launch program helps female students and students with diverse backgrounds embrace the idea of entrepreneurship.

An article on Digital Trends reports a new study by Jun Zhuang, associate professor of industrial and systems engineering, found that less than 10 percent of Twitter users expressed doubt when responding to a false tweet and that between 86 percent and 91 percent of users in the study retweeted or liked the original post.

A SEAS workshop designed to give students a better understanding of additive manufacturing closed with a 3D car race.

International Business Times covered research by Jun Zhuang, associate professor in the Department of Industrial and Systems, who studied twitter use after Hurricane Sandy and the Boston Marathon bombing, finding that up to 90 percent of twitter users spread false news and less than 10 percent sought to confirm it.

Study examines Boston Marathon bombing, Hurricane Sandy; also finds most users fail to correct misinformation.


Congratulations to Dr. Chase Murray for being one of the 175 university researchers across 36 states at 91 institutions to receive a Research Equipment Award from the Department of Defense (DoD).

An article in the Dayton Daily News about the March 22 death of a forklift operator at an automotive glass company in Moraine, Ohio, and concerns that high-pressure work environments across the country are causing more injuries on the job interviews Lora Cavuoto, assistant professor of industrial and systems engineering.
The Institute of Industrial and Systems Engineering (IISE)  held elections on February 2, 2018  to fill four open positions on their 14-person Board of Trustees.  Dr. Ann Bisantz was elected Senior Vice President of Academics and will serve for a three year term,  beginning on April 1.  All IISE professional members are eligible to cast ballots in the election process.