WPI Partners with INCOSE
WPI became a key strategic partner with INCOSE at the 22nd Annual INCOSE International Symposium in Rome, July 9 – 12, 2012.
WPI became a key strategic partner with the International Council on Systems Engineering (INCOSE) at the 22nd Annual INCOSE International Symposium in Rome, July 9 – 12, 2012.
In attendance at the signing of the memorandum of agreement were: David Wright, President Elect, INCOSE; Bob Swarz, Adjunct Professor of SE, WPI; Don Gelosh, Director of SE Programs, WPI; Rachel LeBlanc, Director, Corporate and Professional Education, WPI; Dave Walden, Program Manager, SE Professional Certification, INCOSE; John Thomas, President, INCOSE; Jerry Fisher, Chair, Certification Advisory Group, INCOSE; Bruce Shelton, Co-Chair, Certification Advisory Group, INCOSE.
Through this agreement, WPI will be assisting our students and alumni of the MS and graduate certificate in systems engineering with obtaining either their Associate Systems Engineering Professional ASEP certification or their Certified Systems Engineering Professional CSEP certification.
Our assistance will consist of helping them with the application process, reviewing their documents, and most importantly, providing a review course on systems engineering that students can take before they sit for the INCOSE exam which is required as part of the certification process.
For more information on WPI’s Systems Engineering programs, visit our website.
Note: It is with great sadness that we report the passing of David Wright, President-Elect INCOSE (far left in the picture). David passed away on July 20, 2012 while vacationing in Spain with his family after the INCOSE International Symposium. He was one of the most respected and endeared members of the INCOSE family. All of us in the international Systems Engineering community consider this a great loss.
July 20, 2012