Becoming an IISE Member

As taken from IISE's About Section:

Systems world view. Productivity. Efficiency. These are words that describe the distinctive attributes of industrial engineering, and IISE is the world’s largest professional society dedicated solely to the support of the industrial engineering profession and individuals involved with improving quality and productivity. Founded in 1948, IISE is an international, nonprofit association that provides leadership for the application, education, training, research, and development of industrial engineering. IEs figure out a better way to do things and work in a wide array of professional areas, including management, manufacturing, logistics, health systems, retail, service and ergonomics. They influence policy and implementation issues regarding topics such as sustainability, innovation and Six Sigma. And like the profession, IEs are rooted in the sciences of engineering, the analysis of systems, and the management of people. Join today!


If you are looking for IISE Membership, and you are a student at UIC (Undergrad or Grad), Start Here (Click).

Student Chapter: Univ. of Illinois at Chicago

Advisor: Lin Li  

Advisor Email:

After entering the information above, you have to go through the process of becoming a member by filling out a few forms and paying membership dues ($38 Annually for Students).  The process is fairly intuitive, and is as easy as buying something online.  Membership comes with its perks; magazines, LinkedIn connections, information on seminars and inside information on new processes that are implemented in industry, among other great tools.

Become a member today!!!

Once you have completed, email your membership ID and name to

Once you have become a member through the IISE Website, also become a member at Orgsync! Click here and stay in the loop on Orgsync!


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