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“Create your own support group.” This was the advice of Nik Rokop, Industry Assistant Professor of Entrepreneurship, in a recent ...

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Nik Rokop, Industry Assistant Professor of Entrepreneurship, was one of seven professors featured in the ChicagoInno article “Meet 7 Entrepreneur-Professors from 7 Major Chicago Universities.” The article highlights entrepreneurs who teach at Chicago...

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In 2014, IIT Stuart was selected as one of the pilot schools for teaching Cognitive Computing, a revolutionary technology that IBM utilizes in its “Watson” computer, which has demonstrated capabilities ranging from recommending clinical treatments to defeating “Jeopardy!” game show champions.

The new course, offered for...

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Joel Goldhar, Professor of Operations and Technology Management, Arjun Chakravarti, Assistant Professor of Management and Marketing, and Matt Lauritsen, Ph.D. student at IIT Lewis College of Human Sciences, presented papers on the use of organizational...

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JD Gershbein (M.B.A. ‘89), Adjunct Faculty and one of the world’s top LinkedIn experts, offers his insight in the LinkedIn article “10 LinkedIn Experts Share Their Tips and Tricks” by online marketing expert Steve Cartwright....

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Weslynne Ashton, Assistant Professor of Environmental Management and Sustainability, will attend the final meeting of the Pathways to Cleaner Production in the Americas in Brazil where she will deliver a plenary talk. The team will discuss results from their forthcoming final report on the...

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IIT Stuart students spent a Saturday finding solutions to global challenges during the StartupIIT Impact Edition event on May 2. Following a warm-up session with Sunny Shah, President of IIT CEO, student teams gathered to address various issues, including unreliable power in India, the lack of women in the IT industry, and challenges on college campuses such as difficult...

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The final presentations and exhibit installation for the POLE (Project Oriented Learning Experience) program were held May 4-6 at the International Telecommunications Union (ITU) in Geneva, Switzerland.

Christine Miller...

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“Security-Constrained Power Generation Scheduling with Thermal Generating Units, Variable Energy Resources, and Electric Vehicle Storage for V2G Deployment,” written by Ghazale Haddadian, Visiting Assistant Professor of Environmental Management and Energy, has been accepted for publication in ...

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Elie Geisler, Distinguished Professor of Organizational Behavior, will co-chair (with Giuseppe Turchetti) “The Economics and Evaluation of R&D/Innovation in the Life Sciences” track at the R&D Management Conference, June 23-26, in Pisa, Italy.

The conference is sponsored by...

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