Fourth-year management major (supply chain and operations management concentration) Jackson Pundt is interning with the Canadian National Railway this summer. His classes in the Michigan Tech School of Business and Economics help him add value to the company while navigating corporate culture.
The following Michigan Technological University students successfully completed the American Society for Quality (ASQ) Certified Six Sigma Yellow Belt (CSSYB) examination and are now Certified. Though not a requirement, there were eight students who took the exam, with a 100-percent successful completion. This accomplishment is attributed to the revamping of the Operations and Supply Chain Management Six Sigma Fundamentals course, integrating more science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) content while focusing on behavioral and technical dimensions of quality management, a skill in demand by employers.
Michigan Tech has 17 student-members of ASQ and became an official student branch this spring.
|Shan Amarmani||Engineering Management||Bacolod City, Philippines|
|Timothy Bart||Engineering Management||Brighton, MI|
|Bruce Brunson Jr.||Biomedical Engineering||Detroit, MI|
|Hailey Huyser||Engineering Management||Mokena, IL|
|Kyle Huyser||Engineering Management||Middleville, MI|
|Ryan Larson||Engineering Management||Grand Rapids, MI|
|Gabriela Mayorga||Engineering Management||Grand Rapids, MI|
|Keaton Thames||Engineering Management||Highland Ranch, CO|
Tim Bart, a fourth-year engineering management major in the Michigan Tech School of Business and Economics, is interning with Detroit Diesel this summer. Detroit Diesel is an American diesel engine manufacturer headquartered in Detroit, Michigan. Tim supports their quality assurance efforts, utilizing his unique blend of hands-on engineering and management skills.
Michigan Tech School of Business and Economics double major Tom Strome (Management Information Systems and Marketing) is interning with Bemis Company again this summer. Bemis is a flexible packaging company based in Wisconsin, with more than 60 locations in 12 countries. Tom supports their Enterprise Project Management Office, leads a project, and is learning more about project management processes. His relationship with the company began at Career Fair.