Upcoming Webinars

Thank you for your interest in IISE's webinars. These FREE one-hour presentations by knowledgeable professionals and experienced volunteers provide deeper insight into topics and issues involving industrial engineers and industrial engineering-related disciplines.

Most of these webinars are only accessible by IISE members. Those that are open to the public are so noted. To view many of our recordings, you may need to download this codec if the recording does not automatically start. To watch the recordings, users must be able to view Windows Media Files.

Upon request, IISE will award continuing education units (CEUs) to participants who attend the entire webinar. Send your request to cleblanc@iise.org.

IISE members and others qualified to view designated webinars can also review the webinar archive and access past presentations.

Webinar Recordings

COVID-19: A Wake-Up Call for Supply Chain Professionals

Presented by Chapter #1 - OPEN TO ALL
July 23, 11 a.m. Eastern time
Presenters: Mike Sherwin, University of Pittsburgh and Jon Carmona, The Poirier Group

Mike Sherwin from the ISE department at the University of Pittsburgh and Jon Carmona from the supply chain team at The Poirier Group will tag team to bring fresh, innovative ideas on how to adapt supply chains in the face of the waves of disruption that are ahead. During this webinar, Jon and Mike will share systematic thinking on how this "Black Swan Event" is impacting the way we think about, plan, design, and execute Supply Chains.

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Diversity, Equity and Inclusion: Progress and Performance Assessment from an ISE Perspective

Presented by Chapter #1, IISE, and CISE - OPEN TO ALL
Aug. 12, 11 a.m. Eastern time
Presenters: Tonya Smith-Jackson, NC A&T State University and Bevlee Watford, Virginia Tech

The webinar will be a panel dialogue led by Tonya Smith-Jackson, senior vice provost for academic affairs at NC A&T State University and IISE's diversity, equity and inclusion committee chairperson. She is joined by Bevlee Watford, associate dean, equity and engagement at Virginia Tech, college of engineering. They will be joined by a panel of young professionals from academia and industry. The panel will focus on progress and performance made in our profession ISE, engineering more broadly and on what still needs work/improvement.

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