(1) Promoting the awareness of how human factors/ergonomics issues are related to many disciplines and careers.
(2) Exposing students to an interdisciplinary approach to the design, evaluation, operation, and maintenance of products and systems.
(3) Providing a forum for the presentation, discussion, and investigation, of human factors and ergonomics issues.
(4) Providing students with the opportunity to enhance professional development, community service, and networking with other students, faculty, and professionals interested in human factors and ergonomics issues.
Version: 1.0 (July 28, 2010)