ISOM Students Recognized for Assistance to City

Five information systems and operation management (ISOM) students earn the Best Professional Collaboration Project award during the International Business Informatics Challenge. Their work was conducted as a yearlong immersive learning project in the capstone course in the information systems major. The winning project involved redesigning the technology infrastructure for the City of Greenfield to improve continuity of service provided by the city’s information technology department.

The students were Eric Hercamp, John Speer, Travis Crager, Auriel Mabone, and Brandon Riney. The competition hosted 48 students from six countries.