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Lauren Steimle elected to Subdivisions Council of INFORMS

Lauren Steimle, a PhD student in Industrial and Operations Engineering, has been elected the student chapter representative on the Subdivisions Council of the Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences (INFORMS) Society.| Short Read
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Lauren Steimle, a PhD student in Industrial and Operations Engineering, has been elected the student chapter representative on the Subdivisions Council of the Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences (INFORMS) Society.

The purpose of the Subdivisions Council is to oversee the subdivisions of INFORMS and to provide a line of communication between the subdivisions and the INFORMS Board of Directors. The Student Chapter Representative to the Subdivision Council serves to influence INFORMS policy on behalf on the student chapters and student members. The presidents of the student chapters elect the Student Chapter Representative to a two-year term.

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