Dec 21 2011

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Seniors achieve 100 percent

Fourteen industrial technology majors at The University of Texas at Tyler recently achieved a 100 percent pass rate on the Association of Technology, Management and Applied Engineering’s Certified Manufacturing Spet exam, Dr. Harold Doty,
College of Business and Technology dean, announced.
This is the university’s first group to attempt the exam.
“I am really proud of my students because the national pass rate for the exam is currently at 47 percent. To have all of them pass it is quite an accomplishment,” said Dr. Mark R. Miller, UT Tyler professor and industrial technology program coordinator.
Students are Ray Adkins, Darren Downey, Alan Jackson, Daniel Lee and Tyler Morris, all of Tyler; Clint Helms and Carlos Zavala, both of Flint; Charles Higgins and Mitch Koerner, both of Glen Rose; Adrienne Crone of Winnsboro; Kerri Parker of Overton; Justin Waller of Henderson; Johnathan Wilson of Brownsboro and Bryan Ganske of Whitehouse.
The CMS exam covers manufacturing processes and materials as well as topics including supervision, electronics, quality, industrial safety, automation and engineering graphics.
“The exam is a good assessment measure of how well our students compare to students from other industrial technology and applied engineering programs all across the country at more than 40 other institutions, such as Purdue, Kent State and Iowa State,” Miller added.
The industrial technology program prepares individuals to apply basic engineering principles and technical skills in support of industrial engineers and managers. Graduates hold positions to include plant manager, quality assurance manager, industrial engineer, manufacturing engineer, inventory manager, project engineer, technical salesperson, technology professor and more.
One of the 15 campuses of the UT System, UT Tyler offers excellence in teaching, research, artistic performance and communityservice. More than 80 undergraduate and graduate degree programs are available at UT Tyler, which has an enrollment of almost 7,000 high-ability students at its campuses in Tyler, Longview and Palestine.

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