Douglas Montgomery has attained one of the highest levels of recognition for exceptional achievement and leadership in his profession. The Arizona State University industrial engineer was recently elected as an Honorary Member of ASQ — formerly the American Society for Quality.

Long-term collaborations spanning a range of research and education efforts, workforce development and philanthropic activities are some goals set forth in an agreement between ASU and Aerojet Rocketdyne.

Arizona State University’s online engineering graduate programs rose to a ranking of 11 among more than 70 leading online programs throughout the United States listed in the annual ratings by U.S. News & World Report magazine.

Nine business professionals recently completed the Master Black Belt (MBB) program at ASU, putting them a step closer to achieving the Master Black Belt certification. In the final step of the program, candidates will submit a white paper outlining how Six Sigma will be deployed within their organizations.

Engineers who will help lead renewable energy development in Dubai, in the United Arab Emirates, are getting the specialized training they’ll need through a new solar energy education program at Arizona State University.

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