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Student Spotlight
Before coming to the United States to pursue graduate studies in 2006, Ritah Nakandi (MBA '13) was a member of the Uganda Women Entrepreneurs Association through which she trained, mentored, and counseled artisans to start and grow businesses selling their handcrafted goods. Despite tremendously hard work and creativity, however, they inevitably encountered the same problem: a limited market for their products. Springfield MBA students presented their Capstone project on Saturday, December 2, 2017. The project “Opportunity Now”, a Community Resource Agency, required students to create a concept product, business plan, financial plan and marketing plan for their idea. The capstone was judged by Eastlyn Moore, 2017 Cambridge College MBA graduate; Robert Goldberg, Executive Director of MBA Program; Dr. Richard Turner, Core Faculty of Management Program; Teresa Forte, Director of Cambridge College Springfield; Brian Nicks, Shark and area investor; and Tracy Gaynor, community member and business owner. Pictured, left to right: Eastlyn Moore, Scuelin Thompson, Mohammad Abu-eisheh, Ozcan Topkan, Benjamin Jenne, Jacqueline Faison, Vernon Mitchell, Teresa Forte, Janine Fondon, Robert Goldberg, Brian Nicks and Tracy Gaynor.
Class News
The students of Dr. Jaime Abreu’s Calculus II (MAT 631) course are studying the concepts of speed and acceleration associated with the position function. To contextualize these concepts, the class went beyond the classroom and took to the skies. They continued the learning by flying a drone DJI Phantom 3 Standard in the UPR Athletic Track. In particular they used the tool "WAYPOINTS" of autonomous programmed flights to build a function that defines discrete points in a polygon and flew over the vertices of the polygon. Norelys students Paola García Pérez, Miguel Rivera Rivera, Cynthia Torres Ramos and Isamar Torres participated in the field trip.