ISE Alumni and National Academy of Engineering (NAE) Member Nadine Sarter (Ph.D.’94) Honored with Distinguished Alumni Award

Posted: December 16, 2021

 

Nadine Sarter

Nadine Sarter, who obtained her Ph.D. from the Industrial and Systems Engineering Department at the Ohio State in 1994 under the supervision of Prof. Dave Woods, has been honored with Distinguished Alumni Award for Academic Excellence.

Prof. Sarter is the Richard W. Pew Collegiate Professor in Industrial and Operations Engineering at the University of Michigan.  Her research in cognitive systems engineering focuses on the design and evaluation of tasks, protocols and interfaces that support safe and effective human-robot interaction and human-machine teaming.

In 2019, Prof. Sarter was elected a member of the National Academy of Engineering (NAE) for her innovation in the design and use of tactile displays for improved safety in aviation, automobiles, and healthcare.  Election into the NAE is one of the highest professional honors accorded to an engineer. 

Join us in congratulating Prof. Sarter on her Distinguished Alumni Award for Academic Excellence! 

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Category: Alumni