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Andy Crawford Award – 2014 Winter Term

Presenting Andy Crawford award to IOE 422 student Mark Grum.

Presenting the Andy Crawford award to IOE 422 student Mark Grum, May 5, 2014.

One of the courses I’m teaching at University of Michigan, IOE (Industrial and Operations Engineering) 422, was originated by an extraordinary fellow named Andy Crawford. Andy was a fervent believer in entrepreneurship education, and he crusaded for years to establish an entrepreneurship course at U-M. He succeeded in doing so, and the result is the IOE 422 course that I have the honor and privilege of teaching today. Continue reading

Charles White, 2013-14 Fred and Louise Tarver Scholar

Charles White and me in November, 2013

Charles White and me in November, 2013

Charles White of West Bloomfield, Michigan is the 2013-2014 Fred and Louise Tarver Scholar. This fall, Charles will begin his junior year in the U-M College of Engineering, but first he will spend the summer on an internship at Intel Corporation in California. Charles is an outstanding student and a delightful young man. He’s going to make huge contributions to the profession.