MSST Online Information Session | Technological Leadership Institute

Date: June 4, 2020 - 12:00pm

Location: Online

Join us over lunch for an online information session. Covering all 16 critical infrastructures, the M.S. in Security Technologies degree program is designed to shape tomorrow's analytical and risk-management policymakers and innovators in just 14 months. Learn more about how this program can help advance your career. If you register the day of the event, please call 612-624-4380 to ensure your registration was received.

Upcoming Events

Upcoming Events

  • Webinar on the M.S. in Management of Technology: Capstone Projects and MOT Impact

    June 1, 2020


    Join us Monday, June 1 at 3 p.m. to 4 p.m. for a webinar aimed at prospective applicants to the M.S. in Management of Technology (MOT) program and all others interested in technology management, innovation and leadership.

    Topics will include methods for enhancing project management and customer satisfaction; product improvement and startup methodology, including market demand analysis; product line engineering as a means of systematically addressing research and development of products; and optimizing company growth for scalability by harnessing employee capabilities and modernizing customer service tools. The webinar will also address the following questions:

    • What impact can the MOT degree, curriculum and the connections I make in the program have on my future?
    • What does an MOT capstone project look like?
    • How can MOT advance my career?

    Learn more in a live panel session with recent graduates of the MOT program. Here is an opportunity to hear how capstone projects and other elements of MOT have helped transform professional careers!

    Photo of the panelists and moderators

    The panel will be moderated by Mary Pichotta, the chair of the MOT Alumni Network and MOT Class of 2018, and Dr. Tariq Samad, director of graduate studies for the MOT program. We will have four distinguished panelists sharing their insights:

    • Nate Johnson (MOT '17) – Nate is a senior product manager at Starkey Hearing Technologies. His MOT capstone project revitalized product design and development at Starkey.
    • Laura Murphy (MOT '18) – Laura is IT director at the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis, where she is transforming project management processes and the organizational culture, per her capstone recommendations.
    • Amrit Supriya (Cummins, MOT '19) – Amrit is group leader–systems engineer at Cummins. His capstone project, however, envisioned, developed and launched an entrepreneurial venture!
    • J. Troy Lupe (Comm-Works, MOT '20) – Troy is chief operating officer at Comm-Works. Troy’s capstone, just completed, recommends technological innovations to expand Comm-Works’ market and profitability.

    The presentation will conclude with a Q-&-A where participants can ask questions to the panelists and moderators.