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Alpha Pi Mu
Oklahoma State University
2005-2006
Oklahoma State University Chapter
Table of Contents
Cover Letter .................................................................................................................................... 1
National Office General Questionnaire .......................................................................................... 2
Chapter Financial Statement ........................................................................................................... 3
Income Worksheet ...................................................................................................................... 3
Expense Worksheet ..................................................................................................................... 4
Balance Worksheet ..................................................................................................................... 5
Tax Form..................................................................................................................................... 6
Chapter By-laws.............................................................................................................................. 7
Officers and Elections ................................................................................................................... 17
Officer Application Form ......................................................................................................... 18
Officer Responsibilities ............................................................................................................ 19
Officer Election Process ........................................................................................................... 24
Fall 2004 Officers ..................................................................................................................... 24
Spring 2005 Officers ................................................................................................................. 24
Chapter Activities ......................................................................................................................... 25
Fall 2005 First Officer’s Meeting ............................................................................................. 25
Fall 2005 Calendar of Events .................................................................................................... 26
Fall 2005 Nomination Meeting ................................................................................................. 28
Fall 2005 Initiation Process ...................................................................................................... 29
Pledge List ............................................................................................................................ 29
Initiation Letter ..................................................................................................................... 30
Pledge Mixer ......................................................................................................................... 32
Pledge Packet ........................................................................................................................ 35
Signing Party......................................................................................................................... 49
Initiation Ceremony .............................................................................................................. 50
Initiation Reception ............................................................................................................... 52
Spring 2006 First Officer’s Meeting ......................................................................................... 53
Spring 2006 Calendar of Events ............................................................................................... 54
Spring 2006 Nomination Meeting ............................................................................................ 55
Spring 2006 Initiation Process .................................................................................................. 56
Pledge List ............................................................................................................................ 56
Initiation Letter ..................................................................................................................... 56
Pledge Mixer ......................................................................................................................... 56
Pledge Packet ........................................................................................................................ 57
Ideas for Future Events and Activities .......................................................................................... 60
Social Events ............................................................................................................................. 60
Service Events ........................................................................................................................... 61
Betterment of Industrial Engineering............................................................................................ 62
Industrial Advisory Board Luncheon........................................................................................ 62
IIE Regional Conference........................................................................................................... 63
Betterment of the National Society ............................................................................................... 64
Institute of Industrial Engineers ................................................................................................ 64
INFORMS ................................................................................................................................. 65
American Society for Quality ................................................................................................... 66
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MEMBER ASSOCIATION OF COLLEGE HONOR SOCIETIES
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Oklahoma Industrial Assessment Center .................................................................................. 67
CEAT Student Council ............................................................................................................. 68
Tau Beta Pi ................................................................................................................................ 69
OSU Chapter Website ............................................................................................................... 70
APM Honor Stoles .................................................................................................................... 71
Summary ....................................................................................................................................... 72
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MEMBER ASSOCIATION OF COLLEGE HONOR SOCIETIES
Oklahoma State University Chapter
Cover Letter
Arlington, TX 76019-0017
ALPHA PI MU
PRESIDENT
Gary D. Herrin, Ph.D.
Industrial & Operations Engineering
University of Michigan
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-2117
INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING HONOR SOCIETY
FOUNDED 1949
OKLAHOMA STATE UNIVERSITY CHAPTER
FOUNDED 1951
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
Robert D. Dryden, Ph.D.
Alpha Pi Mu National Office
P. O. Box 773
Portland, OR 97207-0773
EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT
Abu S. M. Masud, Ph.D.
Industrial & Manufacturing Engineering
Wichita State University
Wichita, KS 67260-0035
TREASURER
April 12, 2006
C. Patrick Koelling, Ph.D.
Industrial and Systems Engineering
Virginia Polytechnic Institute
Blacksburg, VA 24061-0118
AWARDS CHAIRMAN
Allen C. Schuermann, Ph.D.
Industrial Engineering & Management
Oklahoma State University
Stillwater, OK 74078-5018
REGION VICE PRESIDENTS
Charles J. Malmborg, Ph.D.
Decision Sciences & Engineering Systems
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Troy, NY 12180-3590
Wolter J. Fabrycky, Ph.D.
Industrial and Systems Engineering
Virginia Polytechnic Institute
Blacksburg, VA 24061-0118
Tarek M. Khalil, Ph.D.
Industrial Engineering
University of Miami
Coral Gables, FL 33124-0623
S. Balachandran, Ph.D.
Industrial Engineering
University of Wisconsin – Platteville
Platteville, WI 53818-3099
Michael W. Riley, Ph.D.
Industrial & Management Systems Engineering
University of Nebraska
Lincoln, NE 68588-0518
James L. Smith, Ph.D.
Industrial Engineering
Texas Tech University
Lubbock, TX 79409-3061
Marla Hacker, Ph.D.
Industrial Engineering
Oregon State University
OSU Cascades
Bend, OR 97701
ADVISORY BOARD
Dr. Robert D. Dryden
Executive Director
P.O. Box 773
Portland, OR 97207-0773
Dear Bob,
I have enclosed the Chapter Development Report of the
Oklahoma State University Chapter of Alpha Pi Mu. The report
is an accurate representation of the chapter’s activities for the
2005-2006 year under the able leadership of Presidents Steven
Welch in the Fall, Erin Keller in the Spring and the other officers
and members of the Chapter. We are confident that our
documentation of this year’s activities will allow us to
aggressively compete for the Outstanding Chapter award.
I am pleased to approve this report for the Chapter Development
Program.
Sincerely,
Paul E. Givens, Ph.D.
Industrial & Management Systems Engineering
University of South Florida
Tampa, FL 33620-0001
Michael W. Riley, Ph.D.
Industrial & Management Systems Engineering
University of Nebraska
Lincoln, NE 68588-0518
Donald H. Liles, Ph.D.
Industrial & Manufacturing Systems Engineering
University of Texas at Arlington
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Allen C. Schuermann, Ph.D.
Faculty Advisor
MEMBER ASSOCIATION OF COLLEGE HONOR SOCIETIES
Oklahoma State University Chapter
National Office General Questionnaire
NATIONAL OFFICE GENERAL QUESTIONNAIRE
OF
ALPHA PI MU ASSOCIATION
Date
3/25/06
On-Hand Inventory
Response
i.
Number of blank membership cards.
electronic
ii.
Number of initiation report forms.
electronic
iii.
Number of semi-annual report forms.
electronic
iv.
Number of the constitution and procedures manual.
electronic
v.
Number of rituals.
10
vi.
Approximate amount of chapter stationery.
electronic
vii.
Number of ‘Alpha Pi Mu’ brochures.
electronic
i.
Does your chapter have a file for membership cards?
Yes
ii.
Where are your chapter files stored?
APM cabinet
iii.
Where are your rituals stored?
APM cabinet
iv.
Does your chapter have shadow boxes for initiation?
v.
What other equipment for the initiation does your chapter have?
General
Yes
APM Cog symbol
vi.
What is your total initiation fee?
vii.
To whom and what address should mail be sent during the summer?
$50.00
Dr. Allen Schuermann
322 Engineering North; Stillwater, OK 74078
viii.
When does the academic year end?
May 5, 2006
ix.
When does the fall term begin?
x.
What is the permanent chapter mailing address (this address must be c/o
I.E. Department or a permanent box number at the university post office)?
August 21, 2006
OSU Alpha Pi Mu; 322 Engineering North; Stillwater, OK 74078
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MEMBER ASSOCIATION OF COLLEGE HONOR SOCIETIES
Oklahoma State University Chapter
Chapter Financial Statement
Income Worksheet
Spring Income from 04/01/05 to 06/30/05
ITEM
INCOME
Graduation Honor Stoles
$205.00
TOTAL
$ 205.00
Fall Income from 7/1/05 to 12/31/05
ITEM
INCOME
Student Activity Fee
National Dues
Graduation Honor Stoles
$187.50
$800.00
$40.00
TOTAL
$ 1027.50
Spring Income from 01/01/06 to 03/31/05
ITEM
INCOME
Student Activity Fee
National Dues
$187.50
$400.00
TOTAL
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$ 587.50
MEMBER ASSOCIATION OF COLLEGE HONOR SOCIETIES
Oklahoma State University Chapter
Expense Worksheet
Spring Expenses from 04/01/05 to 06/30/05
ITEM
EXPENSE
Pledge Mixer Refreshments
Officer Plaque Engraving
Signing Party Refreshments
Initiation Reception Food
Graduation Honor Stoles
$36.23
$7.50
$19.05
$116.64
$200.00
TOTAL
$ 379.42
Fall Expenses from 7/1/05 to 12/31/05
ITEM
EXPENSE
National Dues
Pledge Packets
Pledge Mixer Refreshments
Signing Party Refreshments
Initiation Ceremony Chapel Rental
Initiation Reception Food
$608.00
$7.89
$25.00
$34.98
$30.00
$84.78
TOTAL
$ 790.65
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ITEM
EXPENSE
National Dues
$360.00
TOTAL
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$ 360.00
MEMBER ASSOCIATION OF COLLEGE HONOR SOCIETIES
Oklahoma State University Chapter
Balance Worksheet
CREDIT
DEBIT
BALANCE
BEGINNING BALANCE (04/01/2006)
Income Spring 2005
Income Fall 2005
Income Spring 2006
Total (Income)
Expense Spring 2005
Expense Fall 2005
Expense Spring 2006
Total (Expense)
ENDING BALANCE (3/31/2006)
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$1256.30
205.00
1027.50
587.50
$1820.00
379.42
790.65
360.00
$1530.07
$1546.23
MEMBER ASSOCIATION OF COLLEGE HONOR SOCIETIES
Oklahoma State University Chapter
Tax Form
ALPHA Pl MU ASSOCIATION
INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING HONOR SOCIETY
FOUNDED 1949
Alpha Pi Mu Association
P.O. Box 773
Portland, OR 97207-0773
This notice is to authorize Alpha Pi Mu Association (central organization) to include the
subordinate organization (chapter)
Department:
Chapter:
University:
Address:
Industrial Engineering and Management
Oklahoma State
Oklahoma State University
322 Engineering North
Stillwater, OK 74078
IRS EIN:
73-6102790
in the IRS 990 Group Exemption Filing of Alpha Pi Mu Association for the year
January 1,
through December 31,
.
The subordinate organization (chapter) is not required to file a 990 form using this procedure.
Our total chapter revenue was less than $25,000 for the fiscal year; and our tax exemption
continues to be in effect under the IRS Group Exemption Letter dated September 15, 1993.
Signed by Erin Keller
Signature of Chapter President
Signed by Josh Hallman
Signature of Chapter Treasurer
Signed by Allen Schuermann
Signature of Chapter Faculty Advisor
Date:
Date:
Date:
Note: Send any correspondence your chapter receives from the IRS to the association at the
above address. Please include this form with the chapter annual report (due April 15).
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Chapter By-laws
Alpha Pi Mu
Oklahoma State University Chapter
Chapter By-Laws
Section I BY-LAWS
1. By-laws can be amended by a 2/3-majority vote of all active members in the society.
2. Notice of proposed amendment to the By-laws must be made to each active member at least
one week in advance of balloting.
3. The amendment must then be submitted to the National Executive Council for approval
before becoming effective.
Section II POLICIES AND PROCEDURES
1. Polices and procedures shall be established as needed to assure continuity to chapter
functions, and to serve as guides for performing chapter activities.
2. A Policy Committee, consisting of the President, Vice President, and a third member
appointed by the President, shall be formed at the first meeting of each semester.
3. It shall be the duty of the Policy Committee to:
a. Review the Chapter By-laws and present any recommended amendments to the chapter
for approval.
b. Formulate new policies and/or revise present policies as deemed necessary and present
these to the chapter for approval.
c. Formulate procedures as necessary to implement Chapter Policies.
d. Revise the Chapter Officers Guidebook, whenever there is a change in any of its sections.
e. The Chapter Officers Guidebook shall contain at least the following sections:
i) The National Constitution
ii) OSU By-laws
iii) Chapter Policies and Procedures
iv) Chapter Officer’s Job Descriptions and Checklists
4. Chapter Policies must be approved by a majority vote of those members present.
Section III OFFICERS
1. The OSU Chapter of Alpha Pi Mu shall be governed by six elected officers consisting of
President, President-Elect, Vice President, Treasurer and Secretary.
2. All officers shall be elected at the last regular meeting held during the semester.
3. Ballots shall be closed.
4. A maximum of two nominating speeches for each candidate will be allowed.
5. Candidates need only a simple majority of a quorum to be elected.
6. The President-Elect must have two semesters left of eligible participation.
7. Outgoing President will turn over his chair to his successor at the conclusion of the last
meeting held during the semester.
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Section IV DUTIES OF OFFICERS
1. The duties of the chapter officers shall be listed in the Job Description section of the Chapter
Officers Guidebook.
Section V COUNCIL
1. An Expediting Council composed of all five officers of Alpha Pi Mu shall be formed each
semester for the formulation of term projects.
2. This council shall meet as a body once a month before scheduled meetings whenever
practicable.
3. This council shall be advisory only, without power to enact measures not expressly granted
to the individual officers.
Section VI MEMBERS
1. All non-undergraduates who have met the requirements as set forth by the National
Constitution of Alpha Pi Mu shall be eligible for membership. All undergraduates who have
met the requirements set forth by the National Constitution and have also met the following
requirements will be eligible for membership.
a) Juniors must have a cumulative GPA of at least 3.3.
b) Seniors must have a cumulative GPA of at least 3.0.
2. No person shall be denied membership in Alpha Pi Mu for reasons other than scholarship,
personality, or attitude detrimental to raise the ideas of the society.
3. The OSU Chapter reserves the right to raise requirements for eligibility above those required
by the National Constitution of Alpha Pi Mu.
4. A member attending the Oklahoma State University will be deemed an active member and is
afforded all rights and privileges of active membership in Alpha Pi Mu as specified by the
National Constitution.
Section VII OBLIGATIONS AND DUTIES OF ACTIVE
MEMBERS
1. It shall be the duty of all members to participate actively in the functions of the society.
2. It shall be the duty of a member to serve on any committee as appointed by the president.
3. If a member is unable to accept an appointment, he shall submit his resignation from the
committee in writing to the president and will continue to serve to the best of his ability until
replaced.
4. Attendance at meetings is required, unless specifically excused for cause beforehand by the
president.
5. Expulsion of members from Alpha Pi Mu if deemed necessary, will be in accordance with
the rules of the National Constitution.
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Section VIII MEETINGS
1. Meetings can be called at any time for business reasons by the president, vice-president, or
any committee specifically possessing the power to do so.
2. Notice of business meetings shall be posted at least two days prior to the meeting on the
Alpha Pi Mu bulletin board and elsewhere.
3. Notice of banquets, elections, and policy making meetings shall be made to each active
member and must be posted 7 days in advance of said meeting and shall indicate time and
place of such meeting.
4. Meetings shall be called to order by the president or vice-president or by any specific agent
so delegated by the president to conduct that meeting.
5. Robert’s Rules of Order will be used as a guide for parliamentary procedure.
6. Two meetings per month will usually be held.
7. Minutes of the meeting will be taken by the recording secretary and will include all pertinent
statements made at the meeting.
8. Business meetings will be conducted at the most appropriate hour during the school day as
determined by the authorized officer calling the meeting.
9. Members shall be informed at meetings of all committee reports on activities to date, and of
any action taken or contemplated for the immediate future.
10. Minutes of meetings will be permanently filed at the end of the semester.
Section IX COMMITTEES AND APPOINTMENTS
1. The president shall have the power to create and dissolve committees for specific purposes.
2. Reports of a committee shall be made available at any called meeting, and progress of the
committee’s activities described upon request.
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Section X PLEDGING ACTIVITIES
1. The vice president shall be the pledgemaster and shall head a pledge committee, if available.
2. If a pledgemaster must be selected from the members, a majority of the members present
shall be required to elect him.
3. The pledgemaster has the option of choosing a pledge committee of three members to
administer pledge activities.
4. The pledgemaster shall have the power to enact any measure necessary and allowable by
policy to enable pledge activities to function.
5. Special activities for pledge activities, such as smokers, etc., shall be recommended by the
pledge committee.
6. Eligibility of prospective initiates shall be determined as soon as possible after the semester
starts.
7. Election of pledges shall be held within two weeks after eligibility is determined.
8. An accurate listing of all prospective pledges shall be kept by the pledge committee.
9. Honorary members will be selected at the pledge election committee. These selections must
be referred to the Executive Council as set forth in the National Constitution before active
solicitation may take place.
10. The vote on pledges may be by secret or open ballot as the chapter sees fit at the time of
selection.
11. Pledges will be notified of their election to the society by letter mailed to their university
address.
12. An informal initiation shall be held at the end of pledge week and all applicants will undergo
an intensive examination as determined by the pledge committee.
13. A formal installation shall be held as soon as possible after the informal initiation.
Section XI ASSESSMENTS
Special assessments will be allowed by a majority vote of a quorum.
Assessments for banquets, smokers, or other social functions will not be considered special
assessments and can be levied as needed by the membership with a majority vote.
Active members who have graduated shall be assessed for such costs as deemed necessary for
banquets and other functions that include their participation.
Special assessments may be levied upon each active member of the society as determined by a
majority vote.
The amount necessary for semester dues shall be determined by the membership at the first
meeting of each semester. The amount necessary shall be placed in the form of a motion and
passed by a majority vote.
New members shall be assessed only the initiation fee required by the National Society plus
$12.00 to cover the cost of their initiation.
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IV.
Semi-Annual Report
ALPHA PI MU
FALL SEMI-ANNUAL REPORT
Chapter:
Oklahoma State University
OFFICERS:
Date:
October 27, 2005
Term of office begins:
ends:
Name
Address
July 1, 2005
December 31, 2005
Phone
President:
Steven Welch, 1807 N. Perkins, Stillwater OK 74075, (405) 822-8535
Vice President:
Regan Hamby, 127 N. Duck, Stillwater, OK 74075, (405) 412-3748
Secretary:
Hillary Bramlett, 146 Redwood, Stillwater, OK 74074, (405) 880-5657
Treasurer:
Aaron Fralish, 1807 N. Perkins, Stillwater, OK 74075, (405) 570-3413
Faculty Advisor:
Dr. Allen Schuermann, 322 Engineering North, Stillwater, OK 74078,
(405) 744-6055
Other Officers:
(President-Elect)
(Student Council Rep)
Erin Keller, 3700 W. 19th Apt.A7, Stillwater, OK 74074, (918) 645-9114
Randy Clark, 229 N. Knoblock, Stillwater, OK 74075, (918) 277-6262
MEMBERS (in School)
Active:
1.Onkar Vijay Ambiye
2. Karthik Ayodhiramanujan
3. Manoj Bachhav
4. Yatin Bhamare
5. Hillary Bramlett
6. Randy Clark
7. Shankar Earni
8. Aaron Fralish
9. Scott Frazier
10. Komal Gadgil
11. Karthik Sanjeevi Chetty Gopal
12. Josh Hallman
13. Regan Hamby
14. Michael Hays
15. Erin Keller
16. Akshay Khanna
17. Bhuvnaesh Khuller
18. Deepu Koshy
19. Ashley Knust
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24. Yen Ping Leow
25. Atilio Moran
26. Vipul Navale
27. Daniel Navaresse
28. Cara Noltensmeyer
29. Praveen Oberai
30. Steven Pais
31. Sriram Parthasarathi
32.Vishal Patel
33. Crystal Porter
34. Prahalada Rao
35. Micah Robinson
36. Abhijit Sadhu
37. Loay Sehwail
38. Pooja Seth
39. Eric Sobanski
40. Joyce Taylor
41. Tana Thavaranant
42. Rajesh Veliyanallore
MEMBER ASSOCIATION OF COLLEGE HONOR SOCIETIES
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20. Anath Krishnamoorthy
21. Rajesh Krishnamurthy
22. Wisit Kumphai
23. Gerardo Myrin
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43. Steven Welch
44. Matthew Williams
45. Haiyan Zhao
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SEMI-ANNUAL REPORT (continued)
Honorary:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Members Graduated Since Last Report:
1. Stephanie Bargas
2. Michelle Bliss
3. Kaveta Chelliah
4. Mario Alberto Cornejo
5. Amanda Crain
6. Jodie Davis
7. Ryan Desellier
8. Claudia Elizabeth Escobar
9. Jeby Sam George
10. Ganesh Naik Kindaicar
11. Pui Ling Loo
12. Eshan Anil Mogne
13. Susan Moore
14. Vivek Pandey
15. Mukul Patki
16. Jeswin Philip
17. Cody Roth
18. Senthilkumaran Sampath
19. Amit Shah
20. Girisha Sevaraman
21. Sabarish Sreemulanathan
22. Nandan Sudarsanam
23. Nikhil Thaker
24. Erin Wendling
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Remarks:
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ALPHA PI MU
SPRING SEMI-ANNUAL REPORT
Chapter:
Oklahoma State University
OFFICERS:
Date:
April 3, 2006
Term of office begins:
ends:
Name
Address
January 1, 2006
June 31, 2006
Phone
President:
Erin Keller, 3700 W. 19th Apt.A7, Stillwater, OK 74074, (918) 645-9114
Vice President:
Matthew Williams, 611 N Ramsey, Stillwater,OK 74074, (405)209-2124
Secretary:
Hillary Bramlett, 146 Redwood, Stillwater, OK 74074, (405) 880-5657
Treasurer:
Josh Hallman, 2540 N. Keller Dr., Stillwater, OK 74075, (405)269-4790
Faculty Advisor:
Dr. Allen Schuermann, 322 Engineering North, Stillwater, OK 74078,
(405) 744-6055
Other Officers:
(President-Elect)
Cara Noltensmeyer, 1822 N Perkins, Stillwater,OK 74075, (316)250-5324
MEMBERS (in School)
Active:
1. Karthik Ayodhiramanujan
2. Manoj Bachhav
3. Hillary Bramlett
4. Shankar Earni
5. Scott Frazier
6. Komal Gadgil
7. Karthik Sanjeevi Chetty Gopal
8. Josh Hallman
9. Regan Hamby
10. Michael Hays
11. Erin Keller
12. Akshay Khanna
13. Ashley Knust
14. Anath Krishnamoorthy
15. Rajesh Krishnamurthy
16. Wisit Kumphai
17. Gerardo Myrin
18. Yen Ping Leow
19. Atilio Moran
20. Vipul Navale
21. Daniel Navaresse
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23. Praveen Oberai
24. Prahalada Rao
25. Abhijit Sadhu
26. Loay Sehwail
27. Pooja Seth
28. Eric Sobanski
29. Joyce Taylor
30. Rajesh Veliyanallore
31. Matthew Williams
32. Haiyan Zhao
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35.
36.
37.
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43.
44.
MEMBER ASSOCIATION OF COLLEGE HONOR SOCIETIES
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22. Cara Noltensmeyer
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SEMI-ANNUAL REPORT (continued)
Honorary:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Members Graduated Since Last Report:
1. Onkar Vijay Ambiye
2. Yatin Bhamare
3. Randy Clark
4. Bhuvnaesh Khuller
5. Deepu Koshy
6. Steven Pais
7. Sriram Parthasarathi
8. Vishal Patel
9. Crystal Porter
10. Micah Robinson
11. Tana Thavaranant
12. Steven Welch
13. Aaron Fralish
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Remarks:
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MEMBER ASSOCIATION OF COLLEGE HONOR SOCIETIES
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Officers and Elections
Since the officers are responsible for the coordination of all activities sponsored by Alpha Pi Mu
and assuring that the organization is operating in a way that accurately reflects the values and
mission of the organization, it is imperative that they fully understand and are committed to the
positions for which they apply. An example of an officer application is shown on the next page:
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MEMBER ASSOCIATION OF COLLEGE HONOR SOCIETIES
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Officer Application Form
Oklahoma State University Chapter
Officer Application Form
Name:_______________________________
Classification: (check one)
___Junior
___Senior
___M.S.
___Ph.D.
Phone Number:____________
Email Address:____________
Office for which you are applying: (check one)
___President-Elect
___Vice-President
___Treasurer
___Secretary
I have read the Officer Responsibilities document and will make every effort to
professionally perform my duties if elected.
Signature:____________________________________
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MEMBER ASSOCIATION OF COLLEGE HONOR SOCIETIES
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Officer Responsibilities
President
 Fall Semester
 Conduct the officer and member meetings and ensure the timely completion of all society
business.
 Update the APM organizational information on the CampusLife website (second week).
 Schedule the Fall Semester Officer’s meeting and reserve the IEM Conference Room
(second week).
 Obtain the list of eligible pledges from the Undergraduate and Graduate Program Directors
(second week).
 Reserve 316 EN for the Fall Semester Nomination of New Members Meeting (second
week).
 Prepare and submit the Chapter Agenda to the National Office by October 31.
 Solicit officer nominations for the Spring Semester.
 Spring Semester
 Conduct the officer and member meetings and ensure the timely completion of all society
business.
 Update the APM organizational information on the CampusLife website (second week).
 Schedule the Spring Semester Officer’s meeting and reserve the IEM Conference Room
(second week).
 Obtain the list of eligible pledges from the Undergraduate and Graduate Program Directors
(second week).
 Reserve 316 EN for the Spring Semester Nomination of New Members Meeting (second
week).
 Work with the President-Elect to prepare and submit the Chapter Development Report to the
National Office (April 15).
 Solicit officer nominations for the Fall Semester.
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President-Elect
 Fall Semester
 Work with the President and prepare for the responsibilities of the office of President.
 Collect information for the Chapter Development Report from the Chapter Officers and
provide in electronic form to the Faculty Advisor (to be stored on the APM website).
 Reserve Bennett Chapel at 060 SU for the Initiation and make arrangements for the pizza
party after the Initiation (second week).
 Post and email an announcement for members to apply for the National Award of
Excellence (middle of October). Pick up the applications at the front counter in 322 EN and
submit to the Faculty Advisor (first of November).
 Solicit officer nominations for the Spring Semester.
 Spring Semester
 Work with the President and prepare for the responsibilities of the office of President.
 Collect information for the Chapter Development Report from the Chapter Officers and
provide in electronic form to the Faculty Advisor (to be stored on the APM website).
 Reserve Bennett Chapel at 060 SU for the Initiation and make arrangements for the pizza
party after the Initiation (second week).
 Work with the President to prepare and submit the Chapter Development Report to the
National Office (April 15).
 Solicit officer nominations for the Fall Semester.
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Vice President
 Fall Semester
 Prepare and distribute the pledge packets to the new pledges at the Mixer (second week).
 Collect the yellow pledge signature cards at the front counter in 316 EN, prepare the
Initiation Report and submit the Initiation Report to the Chapter Treasurer (immediately
after the pledge fees are due). Store the yellow pledge cards in the APM cabinet in 317 EN.
 Collect the pledge packets at the front counter in 322 EN, certify the contents and notify the
President and Faculty Advisor of the results (immediately after Pledge Week).
 Solicit officer nominations for the Spring Semester.
 Collect the officer applications at the front counter in 322 EN, email the slate of officers for
the Spring Semester to the membership, collect and tabulate the votes and notify the faculty
and members of the results of the Spring election.
Spring Semester
 Prepare and distribute the pledge packets to the new pledges at the Mixer.
 Collect the yellow pledge signature cards at the front counter in 316 EN, prepare the
Initiation Report and submit the Initiation Report to the Chapter Treasurer (immediately
after the pledge fees are due). Store the yellow pledge cards in the APM cabinet in 317 EN.
 Collect the pledge packets at the front counter in 322 EN, certify the contents and notify the
President and Faculty Advisor of the results (immediately after Pledge Week).
 Solicit officer nominations for the Fall Semester.
 Collect the officer applications at the front counter in 322 EN, email the slate of officers for
the Fall Semester to the membership, collect and tabulate the votes and notify the faculty
and members of the results of the Fall election.
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Secretary
 Fall Semester
 Ensure that there is an adequate inventory in the APM cabinet in 317 EN of white and
yellow signature cards, Rituals and chapter stationery.
 Prepare the minutes of all meetings.
 Prepare and post meeting and activity announcements and email announcements to members
and faculty.
 Prepare and distribute the invitation letters for the Pledge Mixer (second week).
 Order an updated Officer plaque from Engraving Excellence (second week).
 Prepare and submit the Semi-Annual Report to the National Office (October 31).
 Solicit officer nominations for the Spring Semester.
 Spring Semester
 Ensure that there is an adequate inventory in the APM cabinet in 317 EN of white and
yellow signature cards, Rituals and chapter stationery.
 Prepare the minutes of all meetings.
 Prepare and post meeting and activity announcements and email announcements to members
and faculty.
 Prepare and distribute the invitation letters for the Pledge Mixer (second week).
 Order an updated Officer plaque from Engraving Excellence (second week).
 Prepare and submit the Semi-Annual Report to the President-Elect for inclusion in the
Chapter Development Report (April 8).
 Solicit officer nominations for the Fall Semester.
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Treasurer
 Fall Semester
 Pay the bills of the society and maintain the financial records.
 Obtain the financial signature cards from 060 SU and fill out and submit to the university
(second week).
 Collect the white signature cards and pledge fees at the front counter in 322 EN and deposit
the fees in the APM account. Prepare an invoice and request a check for the National Office
(immediately after the pledge fees are due).
 Obtain the Initiation Report from the Chapter Vice President and submit the Initiation
Report, white signature cards and the check to the National Office (within one week after
the pledge fees are due). The Initiation Report requires the signatures of the Secretary,
Faculty Advisor and School Head.
 Post and email an announcement about ordering Honor Stoles for Fall Graduation (first of
November). Collect the fees at the front counter in 322 EN and deposit the fees in the APM
account. Prepare an invoice and request a check for the National Office. Submit the order
and check for Honor Stoles to the National Office (middle of November).
 Solicit officer nominations for the Spring Semester.
 Spring Semester
 Pay the bills of the society and maintain the financial records.
 Obtain the financial signature cards from 060 SU and fill out and submit to the university
(second week).
 Collect the white signature cards and pledge fees at the front counter in 322 EN, deposit the
fees in the APM account. Prepare an invoice and request a check for the National Office
(immediately after the pledge fees are due).
 Obtain the Initiation Report from the Chapter Vice President and submit the Initiation
Report, white signature cards and the check to the National Office (within one week after
the pledge fees are due). The Initiation Report requires the signatures of the Secretary,
Faculty Advisor and School Head.
 Prepare and submit the Income Tax Report to the President-Elect (March 31).
 Post and email an announcement about ordering Honor Stoles for Spring/Summer
Graduation (first of April). Collect the fees at the front counter in 322 EN and deposit the
fees in the APM account. Prepare an invoice and request a check for the National Office.
Submit the order and check for Honor Stoles to the National Office (middle of April).
 Solicit officer nominations for the Fall Semester.
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Officer Election Process
After all the application forms have been turned in by those interested in running for an office,
the election process begins. This process involves the distribution and return of ballots through
e-mail. The president distributes the ballots for each officer position, and each member replies
by voting on the person they want to fulfill the position. This process allows each member to
vote on their own time, and has proven to be very successful and time efficient.
Fall 2004 Officers
President: Steven Welch, (405) 822-8535
President-Elect: Erin Keller, (918) 645-9114
Vice-President: Regan Hamby, (713) 435-9660
Secretary: Hillary Bramlett, (405) 880-5657
Treasurer: Aaron Fralish, (405) 707-0124
Faculty Advisor: Dr. Allen Schuermann , (405) 372-7951
Spring 2005 Officers
President: Erin Keller, (918) 645-9114-0085
President-Elect: Cara Noltensmeyer, (316) 250-5324
Vice-President: Matthew Williams, (405) 209-2124
Secretary: Hillary Bramlett, (405) 880-5657
Treasurer: Joshua Hallman, (405) 269-4790
Faculty Advisor: Dr. Allen Schuermann , (405) 372-7951
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Chapter Activities
The Oklahoma State University chapter of Alpha Pi Mu sponsors several different activities
throughout the academic year, many of which directly relates to the initiation process. This
section of the report explains the activities and meetings that were held during the 2004-2005
school year.
Fall 2005 First Officer’s Meeting
At the beginning of each semester, Alpha Pi Mu holds the first officer’s meeting to discuss and
plan all the events for the upcoming semester. This meeting is considered very important
because it allows each member to express their opinion towards the upcoming events and
activities. The following is the minutes from the 2004 fall semester:
Officer Meeting
Minutes
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Welcome
Review officer responsibilities
Discuss TA Awards
o Meet with other organizations to possibly restructure the process
Send INFORMS the APM schedule to avoid conflicts
Review last year’s calendar
Prepare schedule for Fall 2005 Semester
o New member nomination meeting – September 1
 Get eligibility list
o Pledge Mixer – September 12
o New member fee and signature cards due – September 19
o IAB luncheon – TBA
o Pledge Week – November 7-11
o Signing party – November 8
o Pledge packets due – November 11
o APM Award applications due – November 15
 Must be filled out and submitted to office by November 8
o Honor stoll order due – November 18
o Initiation – November 14
o Spring officer nominations due – November 18
o Spring officer voting begins – November 28
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Fall 2005 Calendar of Events
First Officer's Meeting: Thursday, September 8 at 3:30 p.m. in IEM Conference Room.
Nomination of New Members: Thursday, September 15 at 11:45 a.m. in EN 316.
Pledge Mixer: Monday, September 26 at 6:30 p.m. at Dr. Schuermann's home, 2723 N.
Husband. A map and signup for a ride will be available in EN 322.
New Initiate Membership Cards and $50 Fee Due: Monday, October 3 at 5:00 p.m. in EN
322.
Industrial Advisory Board Luncheon: Friday, November 4 at 12:00 - 1:30 p.m. in the Vogt
Room.
Deadline for Submitting National Award of Excellence Application: November 4 at 5:00
p.m. in EN 322.
Pledge Week: November 7 - 11. A Signing Party will be held on Tuesday, November 8 at 11:45
a.m. - 12:30 p.m. in EN 322.
Initiation: Tuesday, November 15 at 5:30 p.m. at Bennett Chapel (south of the Student Union).
Initiates should arrive no later than 5:15 p.m. A pizza party will be held immediately after the
initiation.
Deadline for Ordering Honor Stoles for Fall Graduation: Friday, November 18 at 5:00 p.m.
in EN 322, $25.00.
Deadline for Submitting Spring 2005 Officer Applications: Friday, November 18 at 5:00 p.m.
in EN 322.
Election of Spring 2005 Officers: A series of email ballots will be distributed to all members
beginning on Monday, November 28. The results of the election will be announced on Saturday,
December 6.
Finals Week: December 12 - 16.
Graduate College Hooding: Friday, December 16 at 7:00 p.m. in Gallagher/Iba Arena.
OSU/CEAT Commencement: Saturday, December 17, in Gallagher/Iba Arena.
Luncheon for Fall IEM Graduates: Saturday, December 17, in 316 Engineering North.
NOTE: All official Alpha Pi Mu announcements will be posted on the bulletin board that we
share with the Institute of Industrial Engineers (IIE) and The Institute for Operations Research
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and the Management Sciences (INFORMS). The bulletin board is located on the 3rd floor of
Engineering North.
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Fall 2005 Nomination Meeting
A nomination meeting is held each semester to present students who have met the academic
requirements and have become eligible candidates for acceptance into Alpha Pi Mu. The
members of Alpha Pi Mu then hold discussions for each individual and vote for each on the basis
of leadership, ethicality, sociability, and widespread interest. If at least three quarters of the
membership does think that an individual meets these requirements, then he or she will be
invited into the Alpha Pi Mu pledge class.
The following was used to remind all Alpha Pi Mu members of the upcoming nomination
meeting, which was held in room 316 Engineering North:
Fall 2005 Nomination Meeting
Nomination Meeting
September 1, 2005
11:45 pm
EN 316
SEE YOU THERE!!!
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Fall 2005 Initiation Process
The initiation process accounts for many of the events that occur within the OSU Alpha Pi Mu
chapter. It is important to note that the initiation process is considered a very valuable and
important aspect within our chapter. Our primary goal is to transform each pledge into an
exceptional and involved member by providing a fun and worthwhile experience. Further
information relating to the Fall 2005 initiation process is provided in the following sub-sections.
Pledge List
The following list contains the names of those candidates who were nominated to become
members of Alpha Pi Mu during the Fall 2005 nomination meeting:
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Manoj Bachhav
Komal Gadgil
Joshua Hallman
Micheal Hays
Akshay Khanna
Gerardo Myrin
Praveen Oberai
Steven Pais
Abhijit Sadhu
Pooja Seth
Tanon Thavaranant
Matthew Williams
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Initiation Letter
An initiation email is sent to the students who were selected in the nomination meeting as
candidates for membership into Alpha Pi Mu. This email invites them to the pledge mixer,
which will be discussed in the next sub-section. A sample initiation email can be found on the
next page:
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Arlington, TX 76019-0017
ALPHA PI MU
INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING HONOR SOCIETY
FOUNDED 1949
OKLAHOMA STATE UNIVERSITY CHAPTER
FOUNDED 1951
PRESIDENT
Gary D. Herrin, Ph.D.
Industrial & Operations Engineering
University of Michigan
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-2117
September 2, 2005
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
Robert D. Dryden, Ph.D.
Alpha Pi Mu National Office
P. O. Box 773
Portland, OR 97207-0773
EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT
Abu S. M. Masud, Ph.D.
Industrial & Manufacturing Engineering
Wichita State University
Wichita, KS 67260-0035
TREASURER
C. Patrick Koelling, Ph.D.
Industrial and Systems Engineering
Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University
Blacksburg, VA 24061-0118
Dear Joshua Hallman,
Congratulations! You are invited to join Alpha Pi Mu, the
National Industrial Engineering Honor Society. Alpha Pi
Mu extends an invitation only to those students who
have met the highest academic standards. You are to
be commended for your achievements that place you in
this elite group.
AWARDS COORDINATOR
Allen C. Schuermann, Ph.D.
Industrial Engineering & Management
Oklahoma State University
Stillwater, OK 74078-5018
REGION VICE PRESIDENTS
Charles J. Malmborg, Ph.D.
Decision Sciences & Engineering Systems
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Troy, NY 12180-3590
Wolter J. Fabrycky, Ph.D.
Industrial and Systems Engineering
Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University
Blacksburg, VA 24061-0118
Tarek M. Khalil, Ph.D.
Industrial Engineering
University of Miami
Coral Gables, FL 33124-0623
S. Balachandran, Ph.D.
Industrial Engineering
University of Wisconsin – Platteville
Platteville, WI 53818-3099
Michael W. Riley, Ph.D.
Industrial & Management Systems Engineering
University of Nebraska
Lincoln, NE 68588-0518
Please attend a mixer at Dr. Schuermann’s home (2723
North Husband) on Monday, September 12th at 7:30 pm.
Light snacks and drinks will be served. Notify Steven
Welch ([email protected]) if you cannot
attend but would still like to become a member.
The current members of Alpha Pi Mu look forward to
meeting you and telling you about becoming a member
of our society.
I look forward to seeing you there and, again,
congratulations!
Sincerely,
James L. Smith, Ph.D.
Industrial Engineering
Texas Tech University
Lubbock, TX 79409-3061
H. JoAnne Freeman, Ph.D.
Industrial & Manufacturing Engineering
California Polytechnic State University
San Luis Obispo, CA 93407-0001
Hillary Bramlett
ADVISORY BOARD
Paul E. Givens, Ph.D.
Industrial & Management Systems Engineering
University of South Florida
Tampa, FL 33620-0001
enclosure
Michael W. Riley, Ph.D.
Industrial & Management Systems Engineering
University of Nebraska
Lincoln, NE 68588-0518
Donald H. Liles, Ph.D.
Industrial & Manufacturing Systems Engineering
University of Texas at Arlington
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Pledge Mixer
The pledge mixer was held at Dr. Schuermann’s household to provide an opportunity to inform
new Alpha Pi Mu candidates about the organization and the initiation process. The mixer also
provides an opportunity for fellowship between APM members and the OSU Industrial
Engineering faculty.
The following map was provided to the new Alpha Pi Mu candidates to help them find Dr.
Schuermann’s house:
Oklahoma State University Chapter
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Oklahoma State University Chapter
The following pictures were taken during the pledge mixer at Dr. Schuermann’s house. As
mentioned earlier this was a great time for members, pledges, and faculty to interact outside of
the classroom setting.
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Oklahoma State University Chapter
Pledge Packet
Towards the end of the pledge mixer, the president makes a speech and thanks everyone for
coming. The pledges are then gathered into a single room to discuss the next stages of the
initiations process. Each student nominated for membership into Alpha Pi Mu must complete a
pledge packet. The packet contains as agenda for the rest of the semester, important due dates,
and spaces for APM member signatures. A copy of the fall 2004 pledge packet is shown on the
following pages.
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Oklahoma State University Chapter
Name:
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Alpha Pi Mu Pledge Information
Fall 2005
Officers
President
President Elect
Vice-President
Secretary
Treasurer
STUCO Representative
Steven Welch
Erin Keller
Regan Hamby
Hillary Bramlett
Aaron Fralish
Randy Clark
Agenda
Pledge Mixer at Dr. Schuermann’s home Monday, September 12 at 7:30 p.m.
A ride sign-up sheet and map are available in EN 322
Membership Fees and Pledge Cards Due Monday, September 19 by 5:00 p.m.
Submit $50 membership fee and the two pledge cards in EN 322
Pledge Week
November 7 thru November 11
Signing Party in EN 322
Tuesday, November 8, 11:45 a.m.–12:20 p.m.
Pledge Folders Due in EN 322
Friday, November 11 by 5:00 p.m.
Initiation at Bennett Chapel
Monday, November 14 at 5:30 p.m.
Pledges arrive by 5:15 p.m. Pizza party immediately after the initiation.
Pledge Folders
The Pledge Folders must have the ‘A Little Something about You’ section on page 2 completed
before obtaining the signatures. The number of signatures specified below and the pledge test on
pages 7 and 8 must be completed before being turned in to EN 322.
1. The pledges must obtain
a. a minimum of two-thirds (18/27) of the member’s signatures
b. a minimum of three-fourths (9/13) of the faculty’s signatures
c. all (6/6) of the officer’s signatures.
2. To access the pledge cards, go to the Alpha Pi Mu website (www.okstate.edu/osu_orgs/apm),
click on the following links on the left-hand side of the page: ‘Chapter Forms’ 
‘Membership Cards’ and save the document to your computer. TYPE in the required
information (type your name as you want it to appear on your certificate) and PRINT TWO
COPIES. Both copies must be turned in with your membership fees. An example pledge
card is available at the front counter in EN 322.
3. The answers for the test are either contained in this folder or posted on the OSU Alpha Pi Mu
website (www.okstate.edu/osu_orgs/apm) and the National Alpha Pi Mu website
(www.alphapimu.net).
Announcements
All Alpha Pi Mu announcements are posted on the bulletin board that we share with the Institute
of Industrial Engineers (IIE) and the Institute for Operations Research and Management Science
(INFORMS). The bulletin board is located on the 3rd floor of Engineering North outside room
318.
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A Little Something about You
In this section, let us know something about you. Some information you might want to include
is your birthplace and any other interesting or unusual facts about yourself. This page must be
completed before you obtain any signatures.
Why do you want to join Alpha Pi Mu?
What qualities do you have that would benefit Alpha Pi Mu?
Why did you choose Industrial Engineering and why OSU?
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Industrial Engineering and Management Faculty
Fall 2005
Dr. William J. Kolarik
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(Professor and Head of the School of Industrial Engineering and Management)
Dr. Allen C. Schuermann
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(Professor Emeritus, Alpha Pi Mu National Executive Council and Alpha Pi Mu Faculty Advisor)
Dr. Satish Bukkapatnam
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(Associate Professor)
Dr. Camille DeYong
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(Associate Professor)
Dr. Ricki G. Ingalls
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(Associate Professor)
Dr. Manjunath Kamath
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(Professor)
Dr. Tieming Liu
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(Assistant Professor)
Dr. David E. Mandeville
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(Associate Professor)
Dr. John W. Nazemetz
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(Associate Professor)
Dr. Carlos Oliveira
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(Assistant Professor)
Dr. David B. Pratt
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(Associate Professor)
Dr. Paul E. Rossler
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(Associate Professor)
Dr. Charlene A. Yauch
(Assistant Professor)
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Alpha Pi Mu Officers
Fall 2005
Steven Welch, President
Erin Keller, President-Elect
Regan Hamby, Vice President
Hillary Bramlett, Secretary
Aaron Fralish, Treasurer
Randy Clark, STUCO Representative
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Alpha Pi Mu Membership List
Fall 2005
Onkar Vijay Ambiye
Karthik Ayodhiramanujan
Yatin Bhamare
Shankar Earni
Scott Frazier
Karthik Sanjeevi Chetty Gopal
Bhuvnaesh Khuller
Deepu Koshy
Ashley Knust
Anath Krishnamoorthy
Rajesh Krishnamurthy
Wisit Kumphai
Yen Ping Leow
Atilio Moran
Vipul Navale
Daniel Navaresse
Cara Noltensmeyer
Sriram Parthasarathi
Vishal Patel
Crystal Porter
Prahalada Rao
Micah Robinson
Loay Sehwail
Eric Sobanski
Joyce Taylor
Rajesh Veliyanallore
Haiyan Zhao
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Alpha Pi Mu Pledges
Fall 2005
Juniors
1. Michael Hays
2. Matthew Williams
Seniors
1. Joshua Hallman
2. Gerardo Myrin
Graduate Students
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Manoj Bachhav
Komal Gadgil
Akshay Khanna
Praveen Oberai
Steven Stany Pais
Abhijit Sadhu
Pooja Seth
Tanon Thavaranant
Oklahoma State University Chapter
At the end of the pledge packet is a pledge test that is prepared by the vice-president of
the Oklahoma State University APM chapter. The pledge test must be completed by each
pledge, along with the remainder of the packet before he or she will be allowed to go
through with the initiation ceremony.
Alpha Pi Mu Pledge Questions
1.
Name the Alpha Pi Mu officers, including the faculty advisor:
2.
Which OSU faculty members have served as National President of Alpha Pi Mu in
the past?
3.
Where and when was Alpha Pi Mu founded?
4.
Who is viewed as the founder of Alpha Pi Mu?
5.
What past OSU IE&M Department head is currently the National Treasurer?
6.
How many regions does Alpha Pi Mu have?
7.
In what region is the Oklahoma State University chapter of Alpha Pi Mu located?
8.
What is the only nationally recognized industrial engineering honor society?
9.
When was the Oklahoma State University chapter chartered?
10. What are the purposes of Alpha Pi Mu?
11. List three of your fellow pledges.
12. What are the membership requirements of Alpha Pi Mu?
13. What are the benefits of Alpha Pi Mu?
14. What is the key of Alpha Pi Mu?
15. Where is the national office currently located?
16. What honor did the Oklahoma State University chapter receive for the year 20032004?
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What are the characteristics of an Alpha Pi Mu member according to the
constitution?
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Answers to Pledge Test
The vice-president of the Oklahoma State University APM chapter grades each pledge
test by comparing each student’s answers to the following answer sheet:
1. Name the Alpha Pi Mu officers, including the faculty advisor.
President:
President-elect:
Vice-President:
Secretary:
Treasurer:
Faculty advisor: Dr. Allen Schuermann
2. Which OSU faculty members have served as National President of Alpha Pi Mu in
the past?
Dr. Schuermann is currently a member of the Alpha Pi Mu National Advisory
Board and a past National President (1990 - 1994).
3. Where and when was Alpha Pi Mu founded?
Georgia Institute of Technology, March 17, 1949(chartered), 1959 (full
membership in the Association of College Honor societies)
4. Who is viewed as the founder of Alpha Pi Mu?
James T. French, a senior industrial engineering student at the Georgia Institute of
Technology, in 1949.
5. What past OSU IE&M Department head is currently the National Treasurer?
Patrick Koelling
6. How many regions does Alpha Pi Mu have?
Seven
7. In what region is the Oklahoma State University Chapter of Alpha Pi Mu located?
Region V. Regions are divided as follows:
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REGION I. Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New York,
Rhode Island, and Vermont.
REGION II. Delaware, Maryland, New Jersey, North Carolina, Pennsylvania,
Virginia, and West Virginia.
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REGION III. Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Puerto Rico, South Carolina, and
Tennessee.
REGION IV. Illinois, Indiana, Louisville, Michigan, Ohio, and Wisconsin.
REGION V. Arkansas, Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North
Dakota, Oklahoma, and South Dakota.
REGION Vl. Louisiana, Mississippi, New Mexico, and Texas.
REGION Vll. Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana,
Nevada, Oregon, Utah, Washington, and Wyoming.
8. What is the only nationally recognized industrial engineering honor society?
Alpha Pi Mu
9. When was the Oklahoma State University chapter chartered?
March 10, 1951
10. What are the purposes of Alpha Pi Mu?
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To bring distinction to individuals who have achieved academic excellence in the
field of Industrial Engineering
To promote scholarly activities related to Industrial Engineering education
To foster an atmosphere for social interaction between students and faculty
The society exists both to recognize exceptional Industrial Engineering students
and to encourage participation of those students in activities which may be
beneficial to the profession of Industrial Engineering.
11. List three of your fellow pledges.
12. What are the membership requirements of Alpha Pi Mu?
The Constitution states that only those ranked in the upper one-fifth of the junior
class or the upper one-third of the senior class can be considered for membership.
Graduate students who have demonstrated exceptional scholarly achievement
may, upon nomination by the department head, be considered for membership.
13. What are the benefits of Alpha Pi Mu?
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Professional affiliation within the field of Industrial Engineering
Scholarship opportunities
Professional career enhancement through demonstrated leadership and excellence
in local chapter activities
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14. What is the key of Alpha Pi Mu?
The key of the Association shall be of gold-type design as follows:
A small circular gear upon which is mounted an inverted triangle bearing the
three Greek letters "AM," one letter on each side of the triangle. The key shall
have a short, extended shank at the foot of the triangle and shall be fitted with a
small circular collar at the top of the triangleWhat are the goals of Alpha Pi Mu?
Or What are three of the six goals of Alpha Pi Mu?
15. Where is the national office currently located?
Portland, Oregon
16. What honor did the Oklahoma State University chapter receive for the year 20032004?
2nd place for the Outstanding Chapter in the Nation
17. What are the characteristics of an Alpha Pi Mu member according to the
Constitution?
Leadership, ethicality, sociability, and widespread interest
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The following list shows the pledges that were present during Fall 2005 initiation:
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The following sign-in sheet was used to record which members were present during the Fall
2005 initiation:
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Signing Party
The signing party marks the beginning of the pledge week activities. Beginning Monday,
the pledges are able to begin asking for signatures from both IEM faculty and existing
APM members. This process can be as easy as having your friend who is an APM
member sign your packet, or as complicated as “chasing down” a graduate student whom
you have never met before. The signature process provides a great opportunity for new
candidates to meet many new people in the department. Whether it be a faculty member
or a fellow student, it is amazing how this process brings everyone together.
In order to aid the pledges in the signature acquisition process, a signing party is held on
Tuesday of pledge week. It is held for one hour in the IEM office during the lunch break.
All members, faculty, and pledges are encouraged to come. Chips, drinks, and snacks are
provided to make the signing party more enjoyable for all.
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Initiation Ceremony
It is customary for the Oklahoma State University initiation ceremony to be held at
Bennett Chapel on the OSU Campus. The initiation ceremony is taken very seriously by
all Alpha Pi Mu officers, as extensive effort is made to strongly adhere to the ritual of
Alpha Pi Mu. For the Fall 2005 initiation ceremony, the following members portrayed
the parts of Alpha, Pi, Mu, and Gamma:
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Alpha –
Pi Mu Gamma -
Steven Welch
Erin Keller
Regan Hamby
Hillary Bramlett
The following map was provided to all APM pledges to assist them in easily locating
Bennett Chapel for the ceremony. This map helps to eliminate any confusion of the
pledges and provides for a timely ceremony.
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The following pictures were taken during the initiation ceremony and are shown to
further visualize this important and valuable chapter activity:
Members after initiation
Members waiting for initiation to begin
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Initiation Reception
After the initiation ceremony, everyone who attended is invited to celebrate with the new
members over dinner. Pizza is provided and it is a great time of fellowship with the new
members.
APM members socializing and enjoying dinner
More socializing and eating
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Spring 2006 First Officer’s Meeting
Alpha Pi Mu
Executive Meeting Minutes
18 January 2006
The meeting was called to order by Erin Keller, President at 4:00 pm.
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Discussed officer responsibilities
o Emphasized the importance of communicating with former officers
o Use the resources available at the OSU APM website
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Discussed Dr. Bukkapatnam’s involvement this semester as a faculty coadvisor
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Developed spring schedule
o Nomination of new members – Tuesday, January 31
EN 316, 11:45 am – 12:30 pm
o Pledge mixer – Wednesday, February 5
Dr. Schuermann’s home, 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm
o Pledge week – Monday, March 20 – Friday, March 24
o Signing party – Tuesday, March 21
EN 322, 11:45 am – 12:30 pm
o IAB luncheon – TBA
o Spring initiation – Monday, April 10
Bennett Chapel, 5:30 pm – 8:00 pm
o Deadline for ordering honor stoles – Wednesday, April 12
o Distribute officer applications – Friday, April 14
o Deadline for submitting officer applications – Friday, April 21
o Distribute and tabulate election ballots – Monday, April 24 - Friday, April
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Meeting was adjourned at 5:15 pm.
Hilliary Bramlett
Secretary
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Spring 2006 Calendar of Events
Wednesday, January
18
4:00 p.m. - 5:00
p.m.
Tuesday, January 31
11:45 a.m. - 12:30
Nomination of new members in EN 316.
p.m.
Officer's meeting in EN 323 conference room.
Wednesday, February 7:00 p.m. - 8:30
15
p.m.
Pledge mixer at Dr. Schuermann's home,
2723 N. Husband. Snacks to be served. A
map and signup sheet for a ride will be
available in EN 322.
Wednesday, February
5:00 p.m.
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New initiate membership cards and $50 fee
due in EN 322.
March 20 - March 24
Pledge week.
Tuesday, March 21
11:45 a.m. - 12:30 Signing party for pledges in EN 322. Snacks
p.m.
will be served.
Friday, April 7
Noon - 1:00 p.m.
Industrial Advisory Board luncheon hosted by
APM for all students.
Monday, April 10
5:30 p.m. - 8:00
p.m.
Initiation at Bennett Chapel (south of the
Student Union at Hester and University).
Initiates should arrive no later than 5:15 p.m.
A pizza party will be held immediately after
the initiation.
Wednesday, April 12
5:00 p.m.
Deadline for ordering honor stoles for
spring/summer graduates in EN 322.
Purchase price: $25.00; rental price: $10.00.
Friday, April 21
5:00 p.m.
Deadline for submitting fall 2006 officer
applications in EN 322.
April 24 - April 28
Election of fall 2006 officers. A series of
email ballots will be distributed to all
members.
May 1 - May 5
Finals week.
Saturday, May 6
TBA
Fall commencement in Gallagher/Iba Arena.
Saturday, May 6
TBA
Luncheon for spring/summer graduates in EN
316.
NOTE: All official Alpha Pi Mu announcements will be posted on the bulletin board that
we share with the Institute of Industrial Engineers (IIE) and The Institute for Operations
Research and the Management Sciences (INFORMS). The bulletin board is located on
the 3rd floor of Engineering North.
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Spring 2006 Nomination Meeting
A nomination meeting is held each semester to present students who have met the
academic requirements and have become eligible candidates for acceptance into Alpha Pi
Mu. The members of Alpha Pi Mu then hold discussions for each individual and vote for
each on the basis of leadership, ethicality, sociability, and widespread interest. If at least
three quarters of the membership does think that an individual meets these requirements,
then he or she will be invited into the Alpha Pi Mu pledge class.
The following was used to remind all Alpha Pi Mu members of the upcoming nomination
meeting, which was held in room 316 Engineering North:
Spring 2006 Nomination Meeting
Nomination Meeting
January 31, 2006
11:45 pm
EN 316
SEE YOU THERE!!!
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Spring 2006 Initiation Process
The initiation process accounts for many of the events that occur within the OSU Alpha
Pi Mu chapter. It is important to note that the initiation process is considered a very
valuable and important aspect within our chapter. Our primary goal is to transform each
pledge into an exceptional and involved member by providing a fun and worthwhile
experience. Further information relating to the Spring 2006 initiation process is provided
in the following sub-sections.
Pledge List
The following list contains the names of those candidates who were nominated to become
members of Alpha Pi Mu during the Spring 2006 nomination meeting:
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Tanay Bapat
Klayton Bobsein
Vijay Ghuge
Jayjeet Govradhan
Mohamed Idris
Soumitra Rayarikar
Jamie Reiss
Viraj Shah
Paul Wright
Initiation Letter
An initiation email is sent to the students who were selected in the nomination meeting as
candidates for membership into Alpha Pi Mu. This email invites them to the pledge
mixer, which will be discussed in the next sub-section. A sample initiation email can be
found on page 34.
Pledge Mixer
The pledge mixer was held at Dr. Schuermann’s household to provide an opportunity to
inform new Alpha Pi Mu candidates about the organization and the initiation process.
The mixer also provides an opportunity for fellowship between APM members and the
OSU Industrial Engineering faculty. Refer to page 38 for the map provided to the new
Alpha Pi Mu candidates to help them find Dr. Schuermann’s house.
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Pledge Packet
A pledge packet similar to the Fall packet is distributed to the Spring pledges. The dates,
officers, members, and faculty are updated. Refer to page 39 to see the full Fall Pledge
Packet.
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The following list shows the pledges that were present during Spring 2006 initiation:
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The following sign-in sheet was used to record which members were present during the
Spring 2006 initiation:
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Ideas for Future Events and Activities
Bases on suggestions from officers, members, and our Chapter Advisor, we have
developed several possibilities for future events or activities. Some of these suggestions
related to expanding or bettering current activities, whereas others were entirely new
events. The following is a list of ideas for future events and activities:
Social Events
Annual Field Trip
- Alpha Pi Mu has a large membership, most of which would be eager to visit
applicable IE companies in the surrounding region. A field trip would be an
excellent opportunity for our undergraduate members to get to know our graduate
members more personally. An annual field trip would allow us to mix both
professional development and fun. This field trip could be anything from 4 days
to just a weekend, depending on the location and available activities.
Football / Cricket Picnic
- The OSU Chapter of Alpha Pi Mu and the entire Industrial Engineering
department at OSU is made up of a very diverse group of students. Many of those
in Alpha Pi Mu enjoy American sporting events; however, there is also a
significant population of students who enjoy international games like cricket. We
have proposed a picnic where all IE students could come to learn and play both
football and cricket. It not only be fun, but also a great cultural experience for our
members and the students in our department.
Speaker Night
- This activity would involve scheduling a talented and knowledgeable speaker to
come and share a presentation with the IEM students at OSU. It would be a great
opportunity for students to gain some knowledge of a specific technical area or
better their understanding of what it’s like to be an IE in today’s workforce.
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Service Events
Resume Clinic
- Alpha Pi Mu students are known for their scholarship and sociability. Hosting a
resume clinic for IEM students would be a great opportunity for our members to
critique resumes and offer helpful information to young underclassmen. This
would be a great way to help other students in our department make the proper
preparations for a big job interview.
“Into the Streets” / “The Big Event”
- These two events are sponsored by students at Oklahoma State University and
draw enormous campus involvement. This is a great opportunity for students to
help out in the Stillwater community. It would be easy for Alpha Pi Mu to get
involved in these service projects. Our members would appreciate the
opportunity to gain some valuable community involvement.
Sponsorship of the Outstanding Senior Award
- This was an award that was given out by Alpha Pi Mu in the past and has been
lost in recent years. We believe this award should be reinstated and presented to
the most outstanding senior in each graduating class. This would be a great
mechanism for Alpha Pi Mu and the IEM department to say “job well done” to a
special graduating senior.
Angel Tree
- This is another service event once sponsored by Alpha Pi Mu. Our officers would
formulate a list of needy families and children in the Stillwater area and place
these names on a Christmas tree in the IEM office. Students were asked to
provide toys and other gifts for those names on the tree. This was a great way for
our students to give back during the holiday season.
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Betterment of Industrial Engineering
Over the last year, there are several different activities and projects that Alpha Pi Mu
members of Oklahoma State University have participated in to promote and better the
field of Industrial Engineering. This section focuses on and describes some of these
activities.
Industrial Advisory Board Luncheon
Each semester our department hosts a group called the Industrial Advisory Board (IAB).
The IAB is a wonderful organization of industry professionals who meet on a bi-annual
basis to discuss industry trends and curriculum with our faculty. The goal of the IAB is
to be the industry “eyes and ears” of our department and faculty in order to keep our
program up-to-date and industry focused.
They typically meet on a Thursday night, for an event hosted by IIE, to discuss a specific
topic relating to student professional development. The following day the IAB meets
with a group of IE faculty. The luncheon is held mid-day on Friday and gives students a
chance to talk with members of the IAB in an informal, relaxed atmosphere. It is an
excellent opportunity for students to learn about Industrial Engineering from professional
sources. Students enjoy the chance this luncheon gives them to discuss the Industrial
Engineering profession with someone who has first-hand, current experience. The IAB
Luncheon is hosted by Alpha Pi Mu. The following picture was taken from the Fall 2005
IAB Luncheon:
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IIE Regional Conference
Each year the OSU Chapter of IIE sends a group of its officers to the IIE Regional Paper
Conference. This year Alpha Pi Mu was pleased to have its president, Erin Keller,
secretary, Hillary Bramlett, and treasurer, Joshua Hallman, in attendance with the other
students. The conference was held in Lubbock, Texas at Texas Tech. The conference
was an excellent opportunity for all students to network with IE students from other
regional universities. Students were able to exchange ideas and discuss their school’s
coursework, professional societies, and activities. Another Alpha Pi Mu member who
attended was Ashley Knust. Erin Keller was one of the students to present her technical
paper at the conference.
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Betterment of the National Society
Over the last year, there are several different activities, organizations, and societies that
Alpha Pi Mu members at Oklahoma State University have participated in to promote and
better Alpha Pi Mu on a national level. This section focuses on and describes some of
these involvements.
Institute of Industrial Engineers
Many of the members of Alpha Pi Mu are also members of IIE. Further information
about IIE can be found below.
The Institute of Industrial Engineers is a professional society dedicated to serving the
professional needs of Industrial Engineers like you.
The IIE Chapter at Oklahoma State University is led by 8 officers and 1 advisor. Our
objective is to get students involved in IIE activities so they can know each other, the
faculty, and more about IE.
Joining IIE provides benefits that are priceless in the future, like:
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A chance to get valuable management and leadership experience.
Peer recognition
A chance to network with professionals through IIE events
Free online resume listing on National IIE website
Opportunities to tour facilities where IE principles are used
Discounts on IIE books, conferences, and seminars
Several Alpha Pi Mu members are actively involved in the OSU chapter of IIE, and have
served as officers for the organization over the past year. These members are listed
below:
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Hillary Bramlett – President
Cara Noltensmeyer – Vice President
Erin Keller – Treasurer
Joshua Hallman – Activities Coordinator
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INFORMS
In addition to being members of IIE, several members of Alpha Pi Mu are also involved
in the Institute of Operations Research and the Management Sciences (INFORMS).
Further information about INFORMS can be found below.
The Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences (INFORMS) serves
the scientific and professional needs of OR/MS professionals and students, as well as the
institution they serve, by publishing a variety of journals that describe the latest OR/MS
methods and applications and by organizing professional conferences. The institute also
serves professionals to communicate with each other and to reach out to other professional
societies.
PURPOSE
1. To encourage interest in the field of operations research and the management
sciences.
2. To encourage discussion and interaction among individuals having interest in the
profession of operations research and the management sciences.
3. To provide a means of communication between people having interest in the
management sciences and operations research.
4. To provide an informal means of exchanging information about operations
research and the management sciences educational programs and opportunities.
5. To provide an informal means of exchanging information about the methods and
techniques of the management sciences and operations research.
6. To present a forum of visiting or in-house speakers from both academic and nonacademic environments.
7. To help student members in employment and internship related issues.
As with IIE, several Alpha Pi Mu members are also members of INFORMS and are
currently serving as officers for the organization. These members are listed below:
- Sandeep Srivathsan – President Elect
- Manoj Bachhav – Vice President
- Praveen Oberai – General Secretary
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American Society for Quality
Several members of Alpha Pi Mu are also involved in the American Society for Quality
(ASQ). Erin Keller (current APM president), is the treasurer. Further information about
ASQ can be found below.
What is ASQ?
The American Society for Quality, headquartered in Milwaukee, Wisconsin is the world’s
leading authority on quality since 1946. The 104,000 member professional association
creates better workplaces and communities worldwide by advancing learning, quality
improvement, and knowledge exchange to improve business results.
Changing the World
A world of improvement is available through ASQ, providing information, contacts, and
opportunities to make things better in the workplace, in communities, and in people’s
lives.
An Impartial Resource
ASQ makes its officers and member experts available to inform and advise the U.S.
Congress, government agencies, state legislatures, and other groups and individuals on
quality-related topics. ASQ representatives have provided testimony on issues such as
training, healthcare quality, education, transportation safety, quality management in the
federal government, licensing for quality professionals and more.
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Oklahoma Industrial Assessment Center
Many IEM students, including an Alpha Pi Mu member, work in the Oklahoma Industrial
Assessment Center. Further details about the center are shown below.
Oklahoma Industrial Assessment Center
The OSU Industrial Assessment Center is funded by the US Department of Energy as a
part of a national program to perform no-cost energy audits for small to medium sized
industries.
What is the purpose and history?
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Our goal is to reduce your operating expenses by reducing Energy and
Waste costs and Improving Productivity
Our survey is provided free of charge
We have performed over 577 energy surveys since 1980 with expected
energy dollar savings of 5 – 30% and a greater than 50%
implementation rate for our recommendations.
Who is our sponsor?
The OIAC is one of 30 IAC’s and EADC’s located at major universities throughout the
country. The IAC program is managed by the University City Science Center in
Philadelphia, PA and sponsored by the US Department of Energy, Office of Industrial
Technologies.
Why are we doing this?
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To help small to medium sized manufacturing plants reduce energy and
waste costs
To reduce waste management costs of manufacturing plants
To improve energy management education and provide hands-on
experience for advanced students studying energy and waste
management.
- Haiyan Zhao
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CEAT Student Council
A few Alpha Pi Mu members are involved in the College of Engineering, Architecture,
and Technology (CEAT) Student Council. This group is chosen from an extensive
interview process and is responsible for many of the events concerning engineering
students at OSU. CEAT Student Council organizes and sponsors a CEAT Career Fair
each fall for engineering students to come learn about employment opportunities. Further
details about the CEAT Student Council are found below.
CEAT Student Council
The College of Engineering, Architecture, and Technology Student Council’s primary role
is to act as a representative body for the students of CEAT and to enrich the college
through its events and activities.
The CEAT Student Council is responsible for the allocation of funds to CEAT clubs and
societies, as well as putting on major events within the college such as the CEAT Career
Fair and CEAT Week. The council interacts with the faculty on the student’s behalf and
works with various committees for the interest of our college.
Additionally, the CEAT Student Council has been expanding the influence of our college
through its subsidiary organizations: the CEAT Freshman Council and the newly chartered
CEAT Ambassadors Program.
The following Alpha Pi Mu members are representatives on the CEAT Student Council:
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Joshua Hallman
Cara Noltensmeyer (V.P. of Communications)
Randy Clark
Aaron Fralish
Regan Hamby
Steven Welch
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Tau Beta Pi
Tau Beta Pi is the only engineering honor society at Oklahoma State University
representing the entire engineering profession. It was founded at Lehigh University in
1885 and is the nation’s second oldest society. Over the past year, several Alpha Pi Mu
members have also been involved in Tau Beta Pi.
Founded in 1885 to mark in a fitting manner those who have conferred honor upon their
alma mater by distinguished scholarship and exemplary character as undergraduates in the
field of engineering, or by their attainments as alumni in the field of engineering, and to
foster a spirit of liberal culture in the engineering colleges.
The following Alpha Pi Mu members are also involved in Tau Beta Pi, which contributes
to their credibility as being distinguished APM members at OSU.
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Hillary Bramlett
Erin Keller
Cara Noltensmeyer
Steven Welch
Regan Hamby
Randy Clark
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OSU Chapter Website
The OSU chapter of Alpha Pi Mu continually updates a website, found at
http://www.okstate.edu/osu_orgs/apm, to document and advertise the chapter activities
that are occurring throughout the semester. The website also serves as an “online annual
report” for the chapter because it allows all records and events to be stored in one specific
location for all members to access. The website helps the national society because it
publicizes the aims and ideals of Alpha Pi Mu. The following picture is taken from the
sites home page.
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APM Honor Stoles
The OSU Chapter of Alpha Pi Mu sold honor stoles to graduating seniors that were
members of Alpha Pi Mu. This provided a wonderful opportunity for APM members to
be individually recognized for their dedication and participation in the only Industrial
Engineering Honor Society in the nation. APM Honor Stoles were sold for $25.00, or
they could be rented from the OSU Chapter for only $15.00.
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Summary
This report includes a variety of documents that provide an accurate presentation of the many
activities that are sponsored by the OSU Chapter of Alpha Pi Mu. We believe that after
reviewing this document, you will more fully understand the activities and business conducted
by our organization. We also believe that the documentation of our activities will allow us to
aggressively compete for the Outstanding Chapter Award.
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