Third Year Project Management Course

Desciption

The Project Management Course (PMC) helps students develop and hone skills needed in the modern workplace and beyond. Students must work effectively in groups to deal with conflicts and determine when to lead and when to follow. Each project consists of a team, a problem which is elaborated on when the team meets with the sponsoring client, and a series of deadlines. The end product is a sustainable solution to the client’s issue. The course allows students to learn to manage their time, develop their research skills, and communicate orally and verbally. 

Projects

Pictured (left to right): Kelsey Klein, Daniel Guerro-Gomez, Sofia Coryotakis

Bioethics Scholars Program

Team Members: Sofia Coryotakis, Kelsey Klein, Daniel Guerro-Gomez

Project Description: The purpose of this project is to spread awareness and increase undergraduate involvement in the field of bioethics. By developing a third year track with a focus in bioethics, this team of undergraduate students hope to address this issue using the resources and advisors they have from UHP.

Center for Leadership Learning

Pictured (left to right): Gabriel Simmons, Carlotta Sainato, Casey CrumrineBenjamin Karahadin

Team Members: Gabriel Simmons, Andrew Hanson, Benjamin Karahadin, Casey Crumrine, Carlotta Sainato

Project Description: The purpose of this project is to collaborate with the Center of Leadership to conduct research on community-based and service-based learning with the goal of developing a community/service based learning certificate program. 

Higher Education Scholars Cohort

Pictured: Dutton Hall, which is the center for the financial aid office and judicial affairs.

Team Members: Oliver Siebe, Raquelmarie Clark, Michelle Shi, Prajjwal Misra, Mary Novak

Project Description: The purpose of this project is to work on addressing retention rates for first year and third year transfer students as well as establishing an ongoing student cohort in UHP to address further educational challenges. 

Mondavi Center

Pictured (left to right): Xiaomin Chen, Hannah Probets, Christy Burnard, Arin Phillips, Corinne Cook

Team Members: Arin Phillips, Christy Burnard, Corinne Cook, Hannah Probets, Xiaomin Chen

Project Description: The purpose of this project is to promote student awareness and involvement with the Mondavi Center. This team of undergraduates is working to restructure the existing Aggie Arts program so that it better promotes events. Overall the team wants to boost awareness by developing more student-friendly events.