Diaper duty

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On March 12, 2009

When you think of college students, diapers don’t usually come to mind. But 18 project management students changed that this semester when they organized a diaper drive for a local charity.

The students, led by Paul Hirtz, EMgt’95, MS EMgt’97, PhD EMgt’02, interim director of the Student Design and Experiential Learning Center, took on the service-learning project as part of their Introduction to Project Management Course. Their work resulted in the donation of 5,000 diapers to the Phelps County Community Partnership’s Young Parents Program.

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