• IE Welcomes Five New Faculty

    The Department of Industrial Engineering is proud to announce the appointment of five new faculty members for the 2014-2015 academic year. These faculty members will complement IE’s already talented faculty team and bring additional expertise and teaching capacity to service the growing demands. more ›

  • Clemson graduate returns to lead industrial engineering department

    A Clemson University graduate is returning to his alma mater to lead the industrial engineering department in the midst of an enrollment boom and a $10-million expansion of its home building. Cole Smith begins as department chairman July 1. It’s the latest move in a career that has included research in flight planning, radiation therapy treatment, national defense and NCAA tournament planning. more ›

  • Freeman Hall Addition Under Way

    Clemson University will soon begin expanding a building to make room for rapid growth in the industrial engineering department. Freeman Hall’s addition will include new offices, conference rooms and a 108-seat auditorium. The $10-million project is expected to help attract top talent, while creating room for new faculty and staff as the department expands. more ›

  • Clemson Student Wins Lewis Blackman Patient Safety Champions Award

    Amanda Hobbs, an industrial engineering student at Clemson University, received the Lewis Blackman Patient Safety Champions Student Award at the annual Transforming Health Symposium put on by the South Carolina Hospital Association. more ›

  • Clemson Adding International Content to Industrial Engineering Program

    Clemson University is partnering with experts in Asia to help expand a master’s program that prepares engineers for leadership roles in the business of figuring out the best way to manage the flow of goods and materials needed for everything from retail to large capital projects. more ›

  • Clemson Researcher Touts Surgical Safety Checklist to Save Lives

    Clemson University research assistant professor Ashley Kay Childers has been selected to participate in a forum to discuss quality improvement programs in U.S. hospitals that reduce preventable readmissions, prevent medical errors, improve patient outcomes and cut costs. more ›

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