Project Management Competition
Due to the COVID-19 Outbreak, the 2020 US Intercollegiate Project Management Competition has been postponed until November 7, 2020.
We greatly appreciate the interest faculty and students have expressed in this event, and look forward to seeing you in the Fall.
Please contact our Department Secretary, Ms. Laurie McCoy, with any questions at 570-941-7509.
The University of Scranton to host the Annual Project Management Competition in November
Let the competition begin! Come compete against area colleges and universities for the top prize.
The Annual Project Management Competition is an exciting and educational opportunity for undergraduate students to test their knowledge and hone their project management skills in a fun and competitive environment.
Competing student teams from colleges and universities in the region spend a jam-packed day of learning, sharing, networking and competing utilizing a dynamic and educational project management business simulation. Teams are challenged to make smart and timely decisions based on key project management metrics and variables. The team who makes the best decisions earns the privilege to hoist the trophy and earn the 2020 Project Management Competition Winning Team accolades.
So, we encourage regional colleges and universities to send their best teams to compete this year. The Annual Project Management Competition is a great opportunity to expose students, professors and schools to practical and hands-on learning to supplement classroom instruction in programs and majors including: project management, supply chain, logistics, operations management, business administration, engineering, and healthcare information technology.
Send your best…………..to beat the rest!
Event Date: Nov. 7 2020, Tournament begins at 8:00 AM EST* (Eastern Standard Time).
Registration Deadline for ALL participants is Oct. 30, 2020 (EST).
- John Juzbasich, D.Ed.(c), MLD, PMP, Merit Career Development
- Andrew Berger, Ph.D., Department Chair, Physics & Engineering, University of Scranton
- PMI Keystone Chapter Representative, TBD
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Contact person: Laurie McCoy, Physics and Engineering Department secretary, (570)-941-7509
Teams of four student may sign up here. Individual students or teams of less than four may also participate; you will be joined to a team of four on the day of the event. Sign up here. If you’re interested in observing the competition, but not participating, please register here.
All participants will enjoy a continental breakfast as well as lunch.
The Project Management Competition is based on the SimulTrain® game, a realistic simulation used by leading corporations, government agencies and academic institutions around the world to project management concepts and best practices. More on SimulTrain®, including documentation and a practice demo.
The winning team will take home a trophy to their school, and each participant of the winning team will receive an individual trophy.
Winners will also be invited to attend the PMI Keystone Chapter Professional Development Day.