On April 22, 2020, the Stander Symposium was held virtually in light of the COVID-19 pandemic. Students could share their work via live online presentation; recorded video presentation; making their work available for download; or a combination of these options.
This gallery contains projects from the 2020 Stander Symposium by students, faculty and staff in the School of Business Administration.
Abigail Elizabeth Kinzel, Brooke Miklos Krausmann, Hannah Christine Lucas
Bumper line WIP Rack Loop Optimization
Reda Habeeb Aldahan, Casey Bane Barrage, Preston Reed Boorsma, Zhuo Chen, Antonio J. Concha, Erin Marie Delvecchio, Brian Philip Doyle, Dylan B. Dwyer, Kyle J. Elderkin, Christian Rene Fernandez De Paredes, Ryan C. Fox, Jake David Franklin, Andrew Patrick Gross, Ryan N. Harkleroad, Carrie Ryan Hawkins, Liam R. Herbert, Kristen Hisek, Elizabeth M Hoffman, Matt Kyle Kozar, Sean Patrick Lacey, Sabrina Rose Mauro, Jack Melick, Nick Robert Metzger, Ellie Maeve Morrissey, Norino Nakazawa, Rachel Sophie Oberholzer, Michael Russell Peters, Bridget Ann Pike, Jessica Rach, Megan M. Rice, Cameron J. Sikorski, Joseph R. Sloan, Evan Thomas Sutula, Robert Joseph Wagner
Four years of coursework culminate in a written and oral presentation of an empirical research project during the senior capstone course. Students apply economic theory and econometric techniques to analyze data in order to answer an original research question.
Elizabeth Anderson, Kelly Bailey, Lauren Gembus, David Rueth, Nolan Scott, Duke Tobin Jr., Grace Treado
Flyer Consulting shares the past, present, and future of their organization. In this Stander Symposium keynote they feature past clients, current projects, and future initiatives. Audience members will have the opportunity to hear from the management team, project leads, and intern class, as well as learn about ways to get involved in the future.
Abby Jane Conard, Maya Elizabeth Gerker, Carolyn Claire Haney, Maxwell William Higgins, Collin James Wolf
With nearly 200 employees, annual revenues exceeding $1.2 million and 10 businesses, Flyer Enterprises is one of the largest student-run businesses' in the country.
Joseph George Charbel, Eric William Mullet
Jillian Therese DeWitt, Nicholas T. Hoskins, Allison Marie Veverka
Real-time production statistics reporting
Mark Robert Vezina, Yuexin Zhou, Drew T. Zimmer
Machine capability study
Laurel Aug, Liliana Capelli, Katie Dirocco, Morgan Frantz, Emma Hughes, Lauren Kastelic, Amira Learst-Ahmed, Mallory Mcavoy
Follow students through a business and cultural experience where students worked hard to prepare for meeting professionals and their organizations with a rigorous and well-planned orientation of these leaders and their companies by faculty and each other. See companies and company culture in some of the most interesting companies (Google, LinkedIn, SalesForce, Facebook, Dun & Bradstreet, and more!) and scenery and experiences in San Francisco and more! A very comprehensive and aggressive itinerary included 6 days consisting of company visits and events with a good deal of student reflection and collaborations and meetings with alumni leaders, company visits, events with professionals, and other excursions. Come learn more about this Intersession Program!
Isabelle Blanchard, Joshua M. Huber, TJ Joseph Sosnowski