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ISR alum wins INFORMS dissertation award

ISR Ph.D. alum Robert Day recently was one of two winners of the Institute for Operations Research and Management Science's (INFORMS) George B. Dantzig Dissertation Award for the best dissertation in operations research. The award is presented for operations research and management science that is innovative and relevant to practice. Day's advisor was ISR-affiliated Associate Professor S. Raghavan (Smith School of Business). Day is currently an assistant professor at the University of Connecticut.

February 19, 2006


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