Why it will close operations

Why it will close operations

Ford Motor Co. announced early Thursday that it will dramatically change its strategy in India, shutting down manufacturing operations that have been bleeding the automaker while at the same time investing in software developers, data scientists, research and development engineers and finance professionals.  The company will stop making vehicles for sale in India — which include the Figo, Aspire, Freestyle, EcoSport and Endeavour

Muncie Ivy Tech sees 40% enrollment increase in first-time students

Muncie Ivy Tech sees 40% enrollment increase in first-time students

MUNCIE, Ind. — As students headed back to college campuses across the country for the fall semester, Muncie’s Ivy Tech system saw a 40% increase in first-time students, said Vice Chancellor of Enrollment Services Wayne Johnson. There has also been a 4.6% increase in enrollment overall.  About 70% of students are on campus this fall, with about 30% online,

FAME launches at DSC – The West Volusia Beacon

FAME launches at DSC – The West Volusia Beacon

PHOTO COURTESY DAYTONA STATE COLLEGE NINE PATHFINDERS — These students comprise the inaugural chapter of the Federation for Advanced Manufacturing Education at Daytona State College. In the front row, from left, are Justin Murray, Kevin Metcalf, Tyler Cheatham and Jacob Havens, while in the back row, same order, are Ean Le, James Brady Jr., James

Gold and Silver: USC Viterbi Students Nearly Sweep Top Awards at Nation’s Largest Manufacturing Research Conference – USC Viterbi

Gold and Silver: USC Viterbi Students Nearly Sweep Top Awards at Nation’s Largest Manufacturing Research Conference – USC Viterbi

Robotic manufacturing processes which require high trajectory execution accuracy. (Left) robotic additive manufacturing and (right) robotic welding.(PHOTO/SK Gupta) The top two best research papers at the American Society of Mechanical Engineer’s annual Manufacturing Science and Engineering Conference (MSEC) belonged to students from the USC Viterbi School of Engineering. This year’s conference, held virtually over June

Artio Medical Adds Operations, Quality, and Engineering Leadership

Artio Medical Adds Operations, Quality, and Engineering Leadership

  PRAIRIE VILLAGE, Kan., Aug. 31, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Artio Medical, Inc., a medical device company developing innovative products for the peripheral vascular, neurovascular, and structural heart markets, today announced the hiring of Wendy Sawyer as Senior Vice President of Operations and Quality and Mimi Fitterer as Senior Director of Technology.

Biomedical Engineering Professor Receives NSF Award to Support Research in Cellular Biomanufacturing

Biomedical Engineering Professor Receives NSF Award to Support Research in Cellular Biomanufacturing

University Relations Rebekah Samsonraj Rebekah Margaret Samsonraj, assistant professor in the Department of Biomedical Engineering, has received a $466,266 grant from the National Science Foundation for research in future biomanufacturing of stem cell-derived therapeutics. The goal of the project is to understand mechanisms of biophysical modulation of mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs) to enhance