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Pascal Van Hentenryck at CORS Annual Conference

Pascal Van Hentenryck was the plenary speaker at the 58th CORS Annual Conference held from May 30 - June 1, 2016 in Banff, Alberta, Canada.|Short Read
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Wallace Hopp appointed Distinguished University Professor

IOE Professor Wallace Hopp has received one of the University of Michigan's top honors as a Distinguished University Professor.|Short Read
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UM team takes first place in CHOM POMS competition

A U-M team wrote a winning paper in the College of Healthcare Operations Management of the Production and Operations Management Society (POMS) 2016 Best Paper Competition.|Short Read
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IOE group recognized with ISERC Best Paper Award

Youngjun Choe and Weihong (Grace) Guo along with Eunshin Byon and Judy Jin have been awarded the 2016 IISE ISERC Best Paper Award in the Energy Systems Track. |Short Read
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Shingo Prize

The Shingo Institute has honored IOE professor Jeffrey K. Liker with the Shingo Research and Professional Publication Award.|Short Read
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Professor Mariel Lavieri receives sponsored funding from NSF CAREER Award

Professor Mariel Lavieri has received an NSF CAREER award for her project: A Unified Methodology for Optimizing the Management of Chronic Diseases. |Short Read

Smart grid: $1.4M to model a year in the life of a power grid

U-M researchers, with a new $1.4M grant, will lead an effort to create a highly detailed, flexible grid model that they can use on a scale hundreds of times larger than is currently possible.|Medium Read
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Hurricane Joaquin: millions could lose power

Power outage forecasts by researchers at the University of Michigan and Texas A&M University show that depending on where hurricane Joaquin makes landfall in the U.S., the lights could go out for as many as 7 million.|Medium Read
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Four decades later, Clyde Johnson legacy still opening doors

Bill Johnson (Clyde's son) and his wife Nadra, continue to pledge money to the Clyde Johnson scholarship fund, in honor of the late professor's impressive contribution to U-M engineering.|Medium Read
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There are no girl caddies

Michigan Engineering grad pushes young women to break barriers.|Medium Read
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Diana and Julie Verdugo: Twin-gineers

They’re Michigan Engineering alums who epitomize what the College is all about.|Medium Read
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Amy Muntner: Alum who has made a difference

Amy Muntner was born to compete. Her willingness to face one challenge after another – as an athlete, student and executive – has repeatedly transformed potential into skill. |Medium Read