During the fall 2019 semester, six faculty members presented “30,000-foot overviews” of their research projects to their Isenberg colleagues in the spirit of promoting collegiality and cross-departmental collaboration.
Making the most of solar power in Masdar City, Abu Dhabi, solving sewage and water issues in Pittsburgh, maximizing traffic flow in Istanbul—these case studies illustrate how dynamic models and hands-on insights can come together in smart and wannabe smart cities, observed IBM’s Jurij Paraszczak in a lecture on March 8 at Isenberg.
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Interim Dean Tom Moliterno recently announced the first two recipients of the new Isenberg Dean’s Faculty Fellowships for 2019: Senior Lecturer Michele Burch, OIM, and Professor of Organization Studies Linda Smircich, Management.
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Operations and Information Management Lecturer Nora Junaid has created a mobile app for Isenberg students in her course, Introduction to Business Information Systems, that instantly connects students with course material and news about assignments and exam deadlines.
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“During my twenty years with MassBenchmarks, two themes connected with the state’s economy have figured prominently in our journal,” its Executive Editor and Isenberg professor Robert Nakosteen told a gathering of fellow economists, and leaders—business and political. “The first is the state’s dynamic mix of high-technology and education-intensive industries. The second has been the uneven sharing geographically of that prosperity.”
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Operations & Information Management graduate Hailey Cockrum has accepted a job at the high-profile Elon Musk venture SpaceX in Hawthorn, California. Hailey is just one example of a long list of OIM and other Isenberg students landing incredible job opportunities.
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Dr. Mahmoud Hariri, a surgeon and former faculty member at the Aleppo University Faculty of Medicine, discussed harrowing wartime logistics and medical delivery challenges in Professor Nagurney's "Humanitarian Logistics and Healthcare" course.
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In February, 350 students, alumni, faculty, and staff attended the fourth annual Women of Isenberg conference, which brings together women from all career levels to talk about their unique experiences and challenges as women in business.
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Demand for blood is down overall, which leaves blood suppliers in crisis. Operations professor Anna Nagurney says that tactics such as mergers and resource sharing between suppliers can improve efficiency and reduce waste in this delicate supply chain.
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Bill Russell '96 offered insights from his professional experiences during a recent visit to a Business Process Management class. Bill's lecture covered process improvement, supply chain optimization, business analytics, modeling, and change management.
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Operations & Information Management alumnus Paul Cichocki ’91, a consultant at Bain & Company, shares insights from his 19-year career in management consulting and how a degree in Operations has applications in every part of the business world.
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On September 16, Isenberg alumni, students, faculty, and staff celebrated ground breaking for the school’s $62 million Business Innovation Hub. When the Business Innovation Hub does open in January of 2019, the futuristic building complex will add 70,000 square-feet of classrooms, labs, and student-focused spaces.
During the spring semester, Operations Management professor Alan Robinson took a group of MBA students on a trip to learn about the operations at two large and very different companies - endoscope manufacturer Karl Storz and wholesaler/distributing company C & S Wholesale Grocers.
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