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The School of Operations Research and Information Engineering would like to thank its alumni, friends, and family throughout the course of the years. You are all an essential part of our community, and we hope that you will stay connected wherever your lives take you. As always, we extend open invitations to participate in activities that occur within ORIE.

As of fall of 2007, all Cornell Engineering alumni are members of the Cornell Engineering Alumni Association (CEAA). Please explore the CEAA website to learn more about this organization’s mission and the recent change in membership, as well as events happening in your area and on campus.

Support ORIEInvesting in ORIE is one of the most important ways you can become involved. Find out how your gift can help strengthen education and research for the future.

Above all else, visit us and see for yourself! There are plenty of exciting and new developments happening on campus. Please contact Laurence Drozd in the College of Engineering Alumni Affairs and Development office with any questions, ideas, job information, and other news. Your involvement and interest play key roles in the college’s future.

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Did you know?

1972 – Jack Muckstadt (still active as a Cornell faculty member) develops the mathematical basis for determining the number and allocation of spare parts needed to repair aircraft having multiple indentured level subsystems (e.g., engines and avionics systems). This multi-echelon mathematical approach is used by all military services in the US and by militaries in many other countries. It has been used to manage and procure well over $100B of parts in the US since 1973.