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IMSE's Rogers Named to Missouri IMSE Hall of Fame

Monday, November 11, 2013

Jamie Rogers, professor and associate chair of the Industrial and Manufacturing Systems Engineering Department has been inducted into the University of Missouri College of Engineering Industrial and Manufacturing Systems Engineering Department’s Hall of Fame.

Jamie Rogers receives a gift from Beth Wiese, president of the University of Missouri chapter of the Society of Manufacturing Engineers.

Jamie Rogers receives a gift from Beth Wiese, president of the University of Missouri chapter of the Society of Manufacturing Engineers.

Rogers is President-Elect of ABET and has been a Representative Director from the Institute of Industrial Engineers (IIE) on the ABET Board of Directors since 2008. She has served on both the Board's Finance Committee and its Governance Task Force during that time. Prior to that, she held many other positions within the organization.

She was inducted into the UT Arlington Academy of Distinguished Teachers (2011), selected as a UT System Regents’ Outstanding Teacher (2012) and has recently been nominated for the prestigious Piper Professor Award (2013). In addition, she serves on the UT System – Systems Engineering in Healthcare Steering Committee, whose mission is to apply systems engineering tools and methods to revolutionize healthcare operations across The University of Texas System. She has been an active member of the Institute of Industrial Engineers (Senior Member and Faculty Advisor for the Gold Award winning UT Arlington Student Chapter), American Society for Engineering Education, AAUW, Tau Beta Pi, Alpha Pi Mu, Omega Rho, Omicron Delta Kappa, Sigma Xi, and Order of the Engineer. She has served the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board as a Member of the Tuning Oversight Council for Engineering (2010-2011).

Prior to joining the faculty at UTA, Rogers worked at Texas Instruments (1979–1994) in various engineering and management positions in defense electronics and semiconductor business areas.  She earned her bachelor’s degree in industrial engineering from Missouri in 1979 and her master’s degree and doctorate from UT Arlington in 1981 and 1985, respectively. 

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