Editor's Desk

By Keith Albertson

How ISE is taught evolves, yet human skills remain a constant

The spring semester is well underway at colleges and universities, with many industrial and systems engineering students eyeing their undergraduate diplomas or advanced degrees in 2022. They are pursuing their education in a time of rapid change when the role and potential impact of automation and other factors present a quickly moving target in every field. Keeping up with this evolution is an ongoing task for ISE educators seeking to send their students into their careers with the skills and knowledge they need to succeed.

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