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Research from MS&E Professor Elizabeth Paté-Cornell shows how borrowing risk analysis strategies from engineering helps organizations to make better management decisions and reduce the perceived occurrence of "black swan" and "perfect storm" events. READ MORE.
The Stanford Innovation Study, co-authored by MS&E Assistant Professor Chuck Eesley, reveals the impressive economic impact of entrepreneurial alumni and examines Stanford's multi-faceted entrepreneurial environment. READ MORE.
Melinda Gates recently spoke at MS&E 472's Entrepreneurial Thought Leaders Seminar to talk about how the Gates Foundation is using innovation to find data-driven and culturally appropriate solutions to global challenges in the areas of health and education. WATCH VIDEO.
Seeking a major that brought together her love of numbers, technology and working with people, sophomore Lauryn Isford quickly found a home in MS&E. Learn how she discovered MS&E, met Google's Larry Page, conducted research for the Epicenter, and learned to play the steelpan all in her first year. READ MORE.
The New Directions in Management Science and Engineering Lecture Series features insightful talks from visiting faculty. Enjoy Columbia's Assaf Zeevi discussing revenue models and real-time modeling related to how users search for and consume online content. WATCH VIDEO.
All alumni of MS&E, Engineering Economic Systems, Operations Research and Industrial Engineering and Management are invited to register to become an alumni mentor to MS&E Ph.D. candidates, as well as undergraduate and graduate students. LEARN MORE.
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