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Five reasons Clemson University ranks in the top 20 in industrial engineering

Monday September 12, 2022

Clemson University’s Department of Industrial Engineering moved up five spaces and now ranks 16th in the nation overall and 11th among public universities in the latest U.S. News & World report rankings. Here’s what makes the department such a special […]

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Kapil Chalil Madathil wins young-investigator award from the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society

Wednesday September 07, 2022

Kapil Chalil Madathil, the Wilfred P. Tiencken Endowed Associate Professor of Industrial and Civil Engineering, won this year's William C. Howell Young Investigator award from the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society (HFES).

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Humanities Hall ready to welcome students

Monday August 15, 2022

Clemson University students attending classes for Fall 2022 will do so in a brand-new facility at the heart of campus: Humanities Hall.

The 75,000 square-foot facility is part of the larger Daniel Hall Renovation and Expansion, which is geared toward meeting the needs of the University’s growing student body. The building underscores Clemson’s commitment to the development of students as learners, thinkers and leaders.

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Clemson University recognizes its newly tenured and promoted faculty

Wednesday August 03, 2022

At the end of the Spring semester, the University announced the tenure and promotion of 139 faculty. Access details on each faculty member by visiting their linked information. Archives Tenure and promotion details for 2021 and 2020 are available.

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A collaboration to create the next generation of talent for water treatment

Monday July 18, 2022

The need for water operators who help ensure the nation has safe water supplies is driving a new collaboration between Central Carolina Technical College and Clemson University, a partnership funded by the National Science Foundation.

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IE Blog

IE Student Research Travel Award

Wednesday October 05, 2022

IE Student Research Travel Awards WinnersRecently, as many as 10 students have been awarded with the Student Research Travel Award.


Student Group Spotlight: INFORMS Student Chapter

Wednesday October 05, 2022

INFORMS Student Group SpotlightDr. Emily Tucker serves as faculty advisor for Clemson's INFORMS student chapter at the 2022 INFORMS Annual meeting in Indianapolis this October. Student members include Chelsea Spence (President), Seyed Amin Seyed Haeri (Vice-President), Lucky Cho (Treasurer), Di Liu (Communication Director), and Akhil Kumar Reddy Gopireddy (Director of Academic Initiatives).


Sudeep Hegde and Jackie Cha named Faculty Fellows

Tuesday October 04, 2022

Hedge and Cha ProfilesSudeep Hegde and Jackie Cha named CUSHR Faculty Fellows. The program is a step forward in our commitment to health services research, and the University’s commitment to health innovation.


Faculty Spotlight: Yongjia Song

Tuesday October 04, 2022

Yongjia Song has just been awarded a 3-year grant from the Office of Naval Research (ONR) to study topics related to contested logistics, with a total amount of about $350K. The concept is that (military) logistics planning should incorporate the possibility of being contested and challenged by an adversary.


Clemson IE Summer Study Abroad 2022 Highllights

Tuesday September 27, 2022

Group of Students with Tiger Rag, with Mountain range in the backgroundOver this past summer during May and June, the Clemson Industrial Engineering Department, along with the School of Mathematical and Statistical Sciences, led a new study abroad opportunity to travel to France.