An in-kind product lifecycle management software grant from Siemens with an estimated commercial value of $373 million will make it possible for Gannon University engineering students to use the same technology in classrooms that companies worldwide depend on to design tomorrow's products. Read more about it here .
As companies adopt continuous productivity and quality improvement measures to survive in an increasingly competitive world market, industrial engineers will become increasingly vital to organizational success. Industrial engineers are the only engineering professionals trained specifically to be productivity and quality-improvement specialists.
Gannon University has received National Science Foundation (NSF) funding, which is used to award approximately 20 scholarships per year, each renewable for up to four years, through Gannon's Scholars of Excellence in Engineering and Computer Science (SEECS) scholarship program.
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