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- Benchmarking and Evaluation of the IPRO Program (Fall 2003) IPRO 339: Benchmarking and Evaluation of the IPRO Program IPRO339 Fall2003 Final Presentation
- Aragaki, Koren, Cronin, Casey, Dudhat, Purvi, Samuels, Aaron
- 2003, 2003-12
The Fall 2003 project team, IPRO 339, will focus on IPRO benchmarking and market research, IPRO business strategy, IPRO marketing strategy,...
Show moreThe Fall 2003 project team, IPRO 339, will focus on IPRO benchmarking and market research, IPRO business strategy, IPRO marketing strategy, the automation of IPRO project management reporting and prepare to conduct the first ever IPRO leading edge technology conference.The Fall 2003 339 team will build on the work begun by students from business and engineering during the 2003 summer in benchmarking the global competition and measuring the perceptions of the IPRO Program among its constituents, namely, students, faculty, alumni and sponsors. The team will develop an external marketing and sponsor relationship strategy and create the internal processes needed to manage an aggressive and sustaining marketing program that begins in the Chicago area, but has the potential to extend to the rest of the U.S. and around the world, particularly with the involvement and support of alumni. The goal is to attract and sustain over the long term sponsoring organizations that can provide exciting and valuable project ideas that challenge students to apply their knowledge and think across professional boundaries. The spring 2004 339 team will continue the work of the fall team and develop best practices for achieving the interprofessional learning objectives within the IPRO course format in ways that engage and motivate students in stimulating and productive ways. This can include a range of supporting information and resources for teams: creating high performance teams, managing projects, leadership development, design processes, innovation and technology commercialization, ethics and social responsibility, environmental and manufacturing sustainability, and safety, security and legal issues. The team will develop and demonstrate e-learning course modules that will benefit all teams.
Sponsorship: Tom Jacobius, Director, The IIT Collaboratory for Interprofessional Studies
Project Plan for IPRO 339: Benchmarking and Evaluation of the IPRO Program for Fall 2003 semester
- Arabic Stemmer (Spring 2003) EnPRO 356: Arabic Stemmer EnPRO356 Spring2003 Final Presentation
- Lee, Michael, Beitzel, Steve, Jensen, Eric, Aqeel, Syed, Bhatt, Chirag, Kutty, Raghu, Ping, Fan, Samaranayake, Nayana, Samuels, Aaron, Shah, Palak, Stein, Sterling, Tandon, Mudit, Taylor, George
- 2003, 2003-05
This EnPRO will work on next generation search tools for Arabic processing. You do not have to be a Computer Science major or know anything...
Show moreThis EnPRO will work on next generation search tools for Arabic processing. You do not have to be a Computer Science major or know anything about programming to be a major contributor to this project. This will be both a regular IPRO and an ENPRO so you will learn about the business side of things as well. Finally, if you are fluent in Arabic, this is really the IPRO for you. Your Arabic language skills will be heavily used. As with all regular courses, ten hours per week outside of class will be required
Sponsorship: IIT Collaboratory for Interprofessional Studies
Project Plan for EnPRO 356: Arabic Stemmer for the Spring 2003 semester