Much of what we do at the Center for Operational Excellence involves outreach and professional development with industry, but we’re proud to support our fantastic students at Fisher College of Business as well.
This week, we honored four first-year MBA students headed into their second year at Fisher with scholarship funding from COE and an annual fund through the Management Sciences department. Awarded $750 each from COE were Sreekanth Kolan and Aiswarya Ramamurthi. Seth Johnson and Rahul Parameswaran each received $1,250 through the William L. Berry scholarship. This honor, endowed by the emeritus professor, is designated each year to students expected to have an impact in the operations world.
Kolan this summer is headed to an internship at Warsaw, Ind.-based medical device maker Zimmer, while Ramamurthi is Cleveland-bound for an internship in operational excellence and process improvement at PolyOne Corp. Johnson has internships lined up in Columbus this summer in data analytics at Gear Digital, and in operations at Ohio Power Tool.
Congrats to all scholarship recipients!
This article appears in the April 2014 edition of COE’s Current State e-newsletter. Have a colleague who should be receiving this e-newsletter? Contact Matt at firstname.lastname@example.org.