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Industry

Thank you for visiting the UW Industrial & Systems Engineering website. UW ISE prepares students for careers in an increasingly diverse, dynamic, and technological world. There are a variety of ways for ISE's industrial and community supporters to partner with UW ISE.

Information for industry and community organizations

Affiliate Scholars Program »

The Affiliate Scholars Program (ASP) helps you connect with ISE, the UW, and to each other. Whatever you're seeking, be it connections with ISE alumni and friends, involvement in campus and department events, mind-expanding career opportunities, or information about what’s happening at ISE, we've got you covered. The ASP allows you to continue to have an impact on the future of the department, our students, and the region. Membership is free. All you need to do is participate!

Senior design projects »

During the two-quarter Senior Design capstone course, student teams pair up with local companies to implement solutions to company identified problems. The goals of the course are to educate students in professional practice and disseminate new information to local industry. Corporations, small companies, and non-profit agencies have received significant benefit from student proposed solutions. To propose a Senior Design project, please email Associate Professor Christina Mastrangelo at mastr@uw.edu.

Executive Advisory Board »

ISE has an active and supportive Executive Advosory Board of industrial representatives and community members who advise the program on a variety of issues from curriculum revision to accreditation. The Board's primary project is recruiting internships for the ISE Internship Program. Members of the committee also serve as judges for Senior Design Projects and interviewers for the annual student Mock Interviews. The Executive Advisory Board meets quarterly.

HuskyJobs website »

The goal of the Husky Jobs website is to match employers with qualified job applicants, from entry-level job seekers to seasoned professionals with BSIE, MSIE, and PhD degrees from the University of Washington.

College of Engineering Corporate & Foundation Relations »

Corporate & Foundation Relations builds relationships between companies and engineering students, programs, and faculty. We help companies customize recruitment plans and link to career services.