2013 Dan G. Ritter
2012 Dr. Johann "Hans" Demmel
2011 Dr. Jasper Shealy
Guidelines for the ISE Academy
Individuals who have made a significant impact on the field of Industrial and Systems Engineering and have contributed to the success of RIT’s Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering and its graduates are eligible.
Preference should be given to individuals who have not played an active role in the daily affairs of the department for the last three years.
To be included in the academy an individual must first be nominated.
Nominations will be accepted from anyone, a request for nominations will only be sent to those who have a direct tie to the department: faculty (including emeritus), staff, alumni, advisory board, etc.
The ISE Academy committee will review the nominations received to determine those that meet the eligibility criteria.After doing so, a ballot will be distributed to current faculty and staff, faculty emeritus and members of the academy to allow them to vote for the nominee(s) they feel best meet the eligibility criteria.
The ISE Academy committee will determine the inductees (at most three each year) based on both voting results and their discretion.
ISE Academy Committee:
An ISE Academy committee will be formed, with 3-year staggered terms, to guide the process of selecting new members of the academy.
The committee will consist of at least three faculty and one staff member.
The chair of the ISE Academy committee, elected by the committee, will be responsible for execution of the process, including the call for nominations, distribution of ballots, etc.
Individuals who have been selected to join the academy will be inducted