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James Noble

Noble receives William T. Kemper Fellowship for Teaching Excellence

IMSE Chair and Professor James Noble received a 2022 William T. Kemper Fellowship for Teaching Excellence.


Meet Jim Noble

Meet Jim Noble, chair of the Department of Industrial and Manufacturing Systems Engineering (IMSE), where he’s spent nearly three decades teaching students to be prepared for and manage operations with respect to uncertainty.


Expanding Beyond the Familiar

Industrial engineering alumna Maggie Fields, BS IE ‘19, strives to not be afraid of the unfamiliar, whether at her current job with Collins Aerospace or while she attended Mizzou. That will come in handy this June when Fields takes on a new role at Collins.

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IMSE Hall of Fame Inducts New Members

Industrial and Manufacturing Systems Engineering (IMSE) held its annual IMSE Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony virtually on Friday, Oct. 23. Five new inductees were enshrined into its hall of fame, which was established in 2008.

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Noble Selected Chair for Industrial and Manufacturing Systems Engineering

Professor James Noble has been named chair for the Department of Industrial and Manufacturing Systems Engineering (IMSE). His duties as chair began Oct. 1, 2020, although he had served as interim chair since March 2020.

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Engineering, Business partner on Supply Chain Management graduate certificate

Mizzou Engineering’s Industrial & Manufacturing Systems Engineering Department and Trulaske College of Business’ Department of Marketing recently teamed up on an undergraduate Global Supply Chain Management certificate. Now, they’re expanding it to the graduate level.


IISE recognizes MU Engineering’s Noble for stellar career

The Institute of Industrial and Systems Engineers, like many professional engineering organizations, recognizes its top members by naming them fellows. IISE fellows are elected for making “significant, nationally recognized contributions to industrial and systems engineering.” Jim Noble fits the bill to a T, and that’s why the MU Industrial and Manufacturing Systems Engineering Professor earned one of IISE’s loftiest titles this year.

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Mizzou Engineers cap college experience with real-world opportunities

Advanced coursework and difficult problems challenge MU Engineering students throughout their undergraduate studies, but in senior capstone courses, they have the opportunity to apply all they’ve learned to real-world problems.