Engineering Enterprise, Volume 1, No. 1 [Summer 2007]

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Title: Engineering Enterprise, Volume 1, No. 1 [Summer 2007]
Abstract: Global Red Alert: Few can forget the images broadcasted around the world of damage caused after Hurricane Katrina hit the Gulf Coast and by the tsunami in South Asia. With the increasing occurrence of natural and man-made disasters that leave massive devastation in their wake, quicker response and improved coordinated humanitarian relief efforts are needed to get populations in crisis the aid that they need. A recently established Center for Humanitarian Relief Logistics at the Stewart School of ISyE seeks to develop advanced response methods and technologies that will have a global impact. Spotlight on Humanitarian Relief - Students and Alumni: ISyE students and alumni participating in humanitarian relief projects discuss their passion for their work. The Executive Master’s in International Logistics Program: At the Stewart School of ISyE, one of the top executive degree programs offers scholarships and real-world, hands-on learning. The Logistics Institute Changes Name: The Logistics Institute at Georgia Tech has a new name that reflects the evolution of the supply chain and logistics field. New Academic Tracks in ISyE Curriculum: The creation of new academic tracks now gives undergraduate students greater flexibility in the ISyE curriculum.
Description: This issue is listed as Volume 1, Number 1, although it has been previously published.
Type: Newsletter
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1853/16975
Date: 2007-08
Contributor: Georgia Institute of Technology. School of Industrial and Systems Engineering
Publisher: Georgia Institute of Technology
Subject: Georgia Tech ePublications
Hurricane Katrina
Center for Humanitarian Relief Logistics
Humanitarian relief

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