Each year Michigan Tech’s OSM4200 Advanced Project Management course competes in the West Michigan Chapter of the Project Management Institute (PMI) competition in Grand Rapids Michigan. This year, two Michigan Tech teams competed: “Lettuce Taco ’bout Food Waste” and “Squash the Waste”.
This year’s project plan was to design, create and package an educational program that draws current practical information from the national, state, and municipal levels to show what people can do to reduce food waste. Michigan Tech’s “Squash the Waste” placed 3rd out of 8 teams in THE Project 2018 project management plan competition on Monday, April 9. The team’s mentors were Ginger Connin and Thomas Conquest. Roger Woods, Senior Lecturer was the team’s Project Champion and Faculty Advisor. The team members were:
John Carey: undergraduate student – engineering management major
Shelbie Koenitzer: undergraduate student – management major with a concentration in entrepreneurship
Emma LeFleur: undergraduate student – engineer management major
Austin Riipli: undergraduate student – engineering management major
Nihar Brahmbhatt: graduate student in electrical engineering