March 2015

March 24, 2015
Congratulations to Rohan Rath, Josh Levy, Kyle McKinnon and Dylan Vas on winning first place in the Technical Paper Competition at the IIE Northeast Regional Conference, March 20-22, 2015. The purpose of the competition is to encourage undergraduate students to write and present outstanding technical papers. T
March 16, 2015
Building a Gateway to Learning The Richard Weeks Hall of Engineering is the School of Engineering's new interdisciplinary facility designed to anchor the School of Engineering on the Busch campus and serve as a gateway for the engineering community, industry partners, and the public.
March 12, 2015
Rutgers School of Engineering students celebrated National Engineers Week (February 22-28, 2015) with everything from a NERD Olpympics competition that included a chicken wing eating contest, to partnering with Verizon to expose middle school kids to engineering and a spirited cardboard canoe competition. Other events included SoE students sharing their internship experiences with other students and alumni and a discussion on health care innovation with returning alumnus Gene Saraganese ENG'79, CEO of Imaging System at Philips Health.

October 2014

October 23, 2014
With no boundaries, no textbooks, and no solutions manuals, the students of the Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering are challenged to apply laboratory and classroom experience on a real-world scale to interdisciplinary senior design projects, as part of their culminating work prior to graduating. Projects were presented to an audience of faculty, students, and company professionals at a showcase in the CoRE building on December 6, 2013.

September 2014

September 29, 2014
As a student at Rutgers School of Engineering in the early 1990s, Ray Attiyah ENG’91 felt challenged when it came time to choose an engineering discipline after an initial interest in electrical engineering didn’t stick. He took a hard look at his unique talents to determine which field best suited him. As he explained to a group of ISE students when he returned to campus recently, his ability to recognize patterns and devise and understand systems led him to industrial and systems engineering—not to mention some success as a poker player later on.