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Welcome to Industrial & Systems Engineering!

Why Industrial & Systems Engineering?

As an industrial engineer, your job and career choices are limited only by your imagination. If there is a better way, IEs are the ones who find it. Learn more >>

Why ISE at the University of Washington? 

If you have a keen sense of curiosity, a passion for solving problems, a desire to make a difference, and a willingness to work hard, ISE at the UW may be for you. Learn more >>

What Makes ISE so Interesting?  

What is Industrial & Systems Engineering?  Where do Industrial Engineers get jobs?  What classes would you take in ISE?  Where do UW graduates with ISE degrees go? - a power point presentation by ISE Professor Linda Ng Boyle.  Learn more>>

Support ISE

The world needs industrial engineers now more than ever. Financial challenges should never be a barrier to education.  You can help make sure they are not.  Make a gift >> 

News & Events

ISE Mourns Loss of Professor Benita Beamon

Professor Benita Beamon lost her battle with cancer on November 29, 2014.  She will be missed and remembered fondly.  An Endowment Fund for students has been established in her honor.  

Professor Richard Storch, ISE Chair, Retires

Professor Richard Storch retired in September 2014 after having served as the Chair of ISE for 11 years.  ISE grew in leaps and bounds under his leadership

Support the ISE Student Group Endowment

ISE student groups have come together to raise money for a new endowment.  See the latest ISE Newsletter for information on how you can help.  Click here to donate now

Professor Art Chaovalitwongse on Predicting Cancer Patient Imaging Quality

Prof. Chaovalitwongse's research collaboration with Professors Stephen Bowen, George Sandison, Paul Kinahan and Thomas Grabowski (UW Medical Center) and Prof. Shouyi Wang (University of Texas at Arlington), is featured on MedicalPhysicsWeb.