A 'unifying force' since 1949: IISE's magazine through the decades

ISE, by many names and looks, debuted in Institute's second year

Compiled by Keith Albertson

The genesis of the American Institute of Industrial Engineers, now IISE, dates back to Jan. 12, 1948, when a dozen men met at the home of Wyllys Stanton in Columbus, Ohio, and decided to form "a new organization specializing in the problems and interests of the industrial engineers."

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