Final projects are the culmination of the MIMS (Master of Information Management and Systems) students' two years of work in the School of Information. The Class of 2016 will present their final projects in three tracks: User-Centered Design, Online Sharing and Collaboration, and Health, Sensors, and Food. Visit our project page for project descriptions.
Attending the Final Project Showcase is a great way to learn more about the MIMS degree, connect with I School, and gain insight into technology innovations!
4:00 pm, Showcase of all presentations
Reception, with hors d’oeuvres, drinks, and an opportunity to talk further with the members of the project teams.
5:00 pm, Full, twenty-five minute project presentations, in three tracks
Each project track will be judged by an invited panel of professionals from outside of the School of Information who will select one outstanding project within each track for a James R. Chen Award, as well as up to two honorable mentions.