Our office is ushering in a new era with a freshly renovated office.
So much has changed about the Industrial, Manufacturing, and Systems Engineering Department in the last few years, including a new Department Chair (click here to read more about Dr. Paul Componation), dramatically increased enrollment and graduation numbers, and now a new, modern office.
Julie Estill, IMSE Senior Office Assistant said the main purpose of the renovation is to benefit the students because of the drastic student population increase. She said the office’s new look matches the influx of new faculty and staff and processes that will be put into place.
The main office and the conference room got a whole new look, including replacing the old brown carpet with new, crisp blue carpet and painting the walls white, which gives the office a very fresh, clean feel.
Additionally, we replaced the long, fluorescent bulbs with stylish, square, eco-friendly LED lights, which really brighten the space.
Last but not least, all the old desks, chairs and couches were replaced by new, high-quality furniture to accommodate the high-traffic office.
As Julie Estill said, “It will be different and everyday is a new adventure.”