As your professional Society, MORS strives to provide our members the resources to meet the challenges of a constantly evolving field. Whether your goal is to stay on top of the latest techniques and information or just trying to find an outlet to learn something new, MORS has a program to fit your needs.
- The annual MORS Symposium, Workshops and Education Colloquium offer opportunities to present your work and receive valuable feedback from your peers. As well as the opportunity to hear from experts and participate in small group problem solving discussions.
- The MORS Certificate Program and Tutorials offer in-depth exploration of skills, techniques and Operation Research disciplines.
- MORS Communities of Practice and Webinars offer convenient online learning and discussion opportunities.
- The Phalanx Magazine, MOR Journal and MORS Books offer members an opportunity to publish and read about the latest techniques and developments in Operations Research.
All MORS programs are run by experts in their field and are designed to reinvigorate your Professional Development.
MORS offers a wide variety of professional development opportunities each year including focused Workshops, certificate courses, short courses, and the MORS Symposium. MORS created the Training Bulletin document as a way for the community to learn about everything we offer in a consolidated document. View the most current Training Bulletin here.
The Training Bulletin is a great resource tool that will provide you the dates, location, cost, and a short description of each event. To join the mailing list and receive this in your email on the first of every month, sign up here.
MORS Publication Committee Professional Reading List 2022
The MORS Professional Reading List recommends exceptional publications of relevant readings on national defense, military operations, and operations research practices. Suggestions come from senior MORSians who spend considerable time reviewing historical underpinnings and current issues facing the analytic community. Recommendations include commentary on content, quality, and material impact. Click here for the complete reading list.