Dunwoody’s IISE Student Chapter earns silver recognition award by national organization.
The National Institute of Industrial & Systems Engineers (IISE) recently awarded Dunwoody’s IISE Student Chapter with a Silver University Chapter Recognition Award. Awards range from bronze, silver, to gold.
This award is given to university and college chapters who show improvements, progress, and overall achievements for the year. Dunwoody’s IISE chapter earned Silver this year by adding more chapter events – like the Six Sigma Training held by the Chapter in June– and promoting more overall engagement on campus and on social media.
“We’re excited about this award,” said IISE Student Advisor Janet Nurnberg. “And we have plans to add to our programming in order to earn Gold-status next year.”
Of over 900 university chapters, 10 IISE student groups earned silver, including Dunwoody. Other schools include Auburn University, Dalhousie University, Milwaukee School of Engineering, Oklahoma State University, Rochester Institute of Technology, University of Texas El Paso, University of Windsor, Wichita State University, and Worcester Polytechnic Institute.
Awards are given based on a chapter’s University Chapter Activity Report (UCAR). The report tracks student engagement, activities, and participation in national events, distributing points in several categories. Once points are calculated, chapters can earn a bronze, silver, or gold award.
Learn more about Dunwoody’s award-winning student clubs and organizations at dunwoody.edu/students/orgs.