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Ten faculty members bring home early-career awards to College of Engineering, Computing and Applied Sciences

Tuesday October 12, 2021

Ten faculty members in the College of Engineering, Computing and Applied Sciences are starting the new academic year with a fresh infusion of research dollars after winning some of the nation’s most prestigious awards for junior faculty members. Nine have […]

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Kevin Taaffe appointed chair of the Department of Industrial Engineering

Monday October 04, 2021

Kevin Taaffe said that as the new chair of the Department of Industrial Engineering, he will work to achieve excellence in the undergraduate and graduate education experience, recruit top-notch Ph.D. students and ensure that everyone in the department is respected […]

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Anand Gramopadhye elected Fellow of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society

Wednesday September 08, 2021

The world’s largest society for the human factors and ergonomics profession is awarding its highest recognition to Anand Gramopadhye, dean of Clemson University’s College of Engineering, Computing and Applied Sciences. Gramopadhye learned that his colleagues in the Human Factors and […]

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Opinion: Let’s reconsider who gets priority for heart transplants

Monday July 19, 2021

No one wants to have to decide who gets a life-saving heart transplant and who has to keep waiting, but because the demand for donated hearts far outstrips supply, those choices remain unavoidable. While current policy favors the sickest patients, […]

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Clemson School of Health Research appoints new Faculty Scholars

Tuesday June 01, 2021

The Clemson University School of Health Research (CUSHR) has appointed six new faculty scholars from three Clemson colleges.

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IE Blog

New Faculty Positions Available

Friday February 12, 2021

  The Department of Industrial Engineering invites applications for multiple tenure-track faculty positions at the rank of Assistant or Associate […]


Everroad honored as one of top staff members in Clemson University’s CECAS

Wednesday June 17, 2020

During the annual holiday lunch and awards ceremony at the Madren Center, Dean Anand Gramopadhye recognized outstanding employees who contribute to the success of the college. Industrial Engineering's Graduate Student Services Coordinator, Mrs. Monique Everroad, was honored with a Dean's Exceptional Staff Award for her outstanding performance, achievements, and accomplishments. 


Katie Jurewicz on completing her BS, MS, and PhD at Clemson IE

Thursday March 26, 2020

Katie Jurewicz began her journey as a Clemson Industrial Engineering (IE) student in 2011. She graduated with a BS in 2015 and then stayed to get an MS. This May, Katie is expected to graduate with her Ph.D. in Industrial Engineering with the dissertation: “Using a Bayesian Framework to Develop 3D Gestural Input Systems Based on Context, Expertise, and Exposure.”


Clemson IE Student Wins Regional Student Paper Competition

Monday March 02, 2020

Mary Grace Stachnik, a junior in the Industrial Engineering department at Clemson University, placed first in the Institute of Industrial and Systems Engineers (IISE) Mid-Atlantic Regional Conference technical paper competition. Stachnik’s paper, co-authored with senior IE student Marisa Shehan, titled, “Investigating Microbial Load in the Operating Room.”


Amro Khasawneh on Defending Dissertation and Earning HFES Award

Wednesday December 11, 2019

Clemson IE, Ph.D. student, Amro Khasawneh, successfully defended his dissertation this fall, completing the hardest and most important step to receiving his doctorate. Amro began as a Ph.D. candidate in Fall 2016 shortly after earning his master's degree from Binghamton University in Industrial and Systems Engineering.