Seminars & Societies

Industrial and Enterprise Systems Engineering Seminars

Graduate students are expected to attend at least six seminars per semester. Some additional seminars may be offered on different dates and times, but graduates will be notified by email if this occurs. A graduate student may attend a seminar being offered in another engineering department and submit a seminar substitution form in Compass 2G on that seminar to meet the seminar attendance requirement in cases of conflict.

Refreshments are available before the seminar begins.

For additional information regarding the seminars or to be added/deleted from the email notification, please contact tippy6atillinois [dot] edu (Holly Kizer) at 217-333-2730.

The seminar calendar is available at http://illinois.edu/calendar/list/3605

The Industrial Systems, and Entrepreneurial
Engineering Graduate Organization (ISEEGO)

ISEEGO is a graduate student society, dedicated to serving the graduate students in the Department of Industrial and Enterprise Systems Engineering. We provide social, networking, and professional development opportunities. All students are welcome to join.

Events:
ISEEGO hosts a variety of events throughout the year including both professional development as well as social events. We also have regularly scheduled coffee hours every other Tuesday from 3-4 pm.

History:
ISEEGO existed for several years prior to 2012, then was revitalized as registered student organization in the fall of 2012.

Please contact us with ideas, suggestions, feedback, or any general questions you may have.
Andrea Hupman, President, hupman1atillinois [dot] edu
Fuyuan Wang, Treasurer, wang332atillinois [dot] edu