MIMIC Students Making News at WLPO
Making Industry Meaningful In College, or MIMIC, is a nationally recognized curriculum project that places Illinois Valley Community College students from engineering design, electronics and business in teams to design, manufacture, market and sell a product. The student teams, called "companies," simulate an industrial company structure, allowing the students to experience a workplace environment in a classroom setting.
In 2005, IVCC received a National Science Foundation Grant (#0501885) to utilize the MIMIC project to build continuous quality improvement into the two-year technical programs in engineering design and electronics and to improve recruiting and retention.
FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THE MIMIC PROJECT, contact:
Dorene Perez, CAD/CAE Program Coordinator, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Rick Serafini, Accounting Professor
Interested in organizing a multi-disciplinary project at your school or college? Learn to adapt the award-winning Making Industry Meaningful In College (MIMIC) multi-disciplinary project model to your high school or college and your students. Arrange for a MIMIC Workshop at your site.
Illinois Valley Community College
815 North Orlando Smith Avenue
Oglesby, IL 61348
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