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Fall 2021 UNIV 100 Showcase Projects

 


Project 1

Course: Mastering the First Year UNIV 100
Project Title: "Business Presence in Different Countries - Final Powerpoint Assignment"
Student Contributors: Audrey Domingue

Project Description: Each student will research professional protocol and business practices that are conducted in these 3 countries. After researching these topics, you will develop a PowerPoint that will provide details about protocol and business practices in your assigned countries.
American-based businesses are becoming more global every day.  With changes in national and international demographics, we are seeing many American businesses participate in the “global workforce.”  It is important that employees have a good understanding and awareness of cultural diversity in the workplace.  American businesses are learning the value of training workers to communicate effectively with international customers and clients.  Employees must be willing to develop and improve interpersonal and professional skills in the national and international labor markets.

Today’s globalization has led to a wide blending of cultural customs and practices which makes it difficult to have a set “list of rules” for conducting appropriate international business.  However, it is vital that we have a basic understanding of acceptable protocol and practices in different international settings to successfully interact with customers, clients, or guests from other countries, either in America or abroad.  Maneuvering successfully in cross-cultural events can save you money, prevent embarrassing situations, and give you confidence and poise.

 Business Presence in Different Countries - Final Powerpoint Assignment


 

Project 2

Course:Design Redefined
Project Title: Chair Project
Student Contributor: Enrolled students

Project Description: Assigned teams of 4-6 students chose a materials group (plastic, wood, metal, nature, glass, automotive, household) and worked together to design, collect materials for, and construct SOMETHING YOU CAN SIT ON using only recycled or repurposed materials. Purchase of connectors (nails, screws, wire, tape, glue, etc.) was limited to $10 maximum. Teams prepared a Powerpoint presentation and presented their “CHAIRS” to the class where one team member had to sit on the chair to prove structural stability. Each team also designed their poster for the UNIV Showcase.

 Chair Project - Project 2


Project 3

Course: Design Redefined 
Project Title: Chair Project

Project Description: Assigned teams of 4-6 students chose a materials group (plastic, wood, metal, nature, glass, automotive, household) and worked together to design, collect materials for, and construct SOMETHING YOU CAN SIT ON using only recycled or repurposed materials. Purchase of connectors (nails, screws, wire, tape, glue, etc.) was limited to $10 maximum. Teams prepared a Powerpoint presentation and presented their “CHAIRS” to the class where one team member had to sit on the chair to prove structural stability. Each team also designed their poster for the UNIV Showcase.

  Chair Project -Project 3


Project 4

Course: Tiny Houses-Living Deliberately
Project Title: Tiny House
Student Contributors: Caleb Brown

Project Description: Tiny houses are becoming increasingly popular in design and construction as an alternative to a traditional home. Create a tiny house design that reflects your knowledge of living deliberately showing your understanding housing issues and functions of a tiny house. When designing your tiny house model be sure to include a place for your 33 essentials items as found in a separate assignment. 

Tiny House - Project 4


Project 5

Course: Tiny Houses-Living Deliberately
Project Title: Tiny House
Student Contributors: Natalie Henry

Project Description: Tiny houses are becoming increasingly popular in design and construction as an alternative to a traditional home. Create a tiny house design that reflects your knowledge of living deliberately showing your understanding housing issues and functions of a tiny house. When designing your tiny house model be sure to include a place for your 33 essentials items as found in a separate assignment.

Tiny House - Project 5


Project 6

Course: Tiny Houses-Living Deliberately
Project Title: Tiny House
Student Contributors: Emily Phillips-Deshotels

Project Description: Tiny houses are becoming increasingly popular in design and construction as an alternative to a traditional home. Create a tiny house design that reflects your knowledge of living deliberately showing your understanding housing issues and functions of a tiny house. When designing your tiny house model be sure to include a place for your 33 essentials items as found in a separate assignment.

Tiny House- Project 6


Project 7

Course: Tiny Houses-Living Deliberately
Project Title: Tiny House
Student Contributors: Ashley Jones 

Project Description: Tiny houses are becoming increasingly popular in design and construction as an alternative to a traditional home. Create a tiny house design that reflects your knowledge of living deliberately showing your understanding housing issues and functions of a tiny house. When designing your tiny house model be sure to include a place for your 33 essentials items as found in a separate assignment.

 Tiny House- Project 7

 

 


Project 8

Course: Tiny Houses-Living Deliberately
Project Title: Tiny House
Student Contributors: Charlotte Floberg

Project Description: Tiny houses are becoming increasingly popular in design and construction as an alternative to a traditional home. Create a tiny house design that reflects your knowledge of living deliberately showing your understanding housing issues and functions of a tiny house. When designing your tiny house model be sure to include a place for your 33 essentials items as found in a separate assignment.

 Tiny House- Project 8

 

 


Project 9

Course: Louisiana Educate Program's Mastering the First Year
Project Title: Mental Health in College
Student Contrubutors: Dae'Ja Harris; Erin Diaz; Crishell Taylor; Destini Brown

Project Description:The purpose of this research presentation is to discuss the cause of mental health problems for college students, how they can reduce cases when they feel like giving up, and ways to identify mental illness through the use of technology.

 Mental Health in College- Project 9


Project 10

Course: Louisiana Educate Program's Mastering the First Year
Project Title: First Generation College Students
Student Contrubutors: Martika Carter; Jaylynn Thomas; Urbrianne Dapremont; Lanora Dao

Project Description: The purpose of this research presentation is to understand how being a first generation college student impacts their student success.

 First Generation College Students- Project 10 


Project 11

Course: Louisiana Educate Program's Mastering the First Year
Project Title: Life After the Hurricane: Will College Students Ever Be the Same?
Student Contrubutors: Leilah Belfield; Alysia Boyd; Zoey Defillo; Markya Joseph

Project Description: The purpose of this research presentation is to explain of New Orleans' college students are impacted through their personal experiences while attending college during hurricanes.

 Life After the Hurricane: Will College Students Ever Be the Same? - Project 11


Project 12 

Course: Louisiana Educate Program's Mastering the First Year
Project Title: Through College and Beyond: Gen Z. vs. Millenials in College
Student Contrubutors: Haytham Alrashidi; Morgan Wangler, Vernon Fulton

Project Description: The purpose of this research presentation is to discover the differences between Generation Z and Millenials and their college experiences, graduation rates, and costs.

 Through College and Beyond: Gen Z. vs. Millenials in College - Project 12


Project 13 

Course: Louisiana Educate Program's Mastering the First Year
Project Title: How Money Affects College Students
Student Contrubutors: Kiren Leggins-Eaglin; Alton Newton; Charlonder Tabb; Aamyah Marsh

Project Description: The purpose of this presentation is to analyze how money is significant to college student success on university campuses around the U.S.

 How Money Affects College Students - Project 13


Project 14 

Course: Business For Everyone
Project Title: Rush
Student Contrubutors: Akeria Hawkins, Nyla Bordelon, Luke Boudreaux, Trevor Purgahn, Zharia Hall, Hannah Trappey, Madeleine Comier, Anna LaCombe, Ethan Blanco, Gavin Richard, Kobe Thompson, Robert Gonzalez, Sebastian Chaillot,, Kiyasha Clark, Mitch Schneider, Kiya Nathaniel, Katelyn Bedwell, Zachary Robin, Emily Schneider, Tyler Bonin, Donovan Bell, Luke Foret, Jonathan Carmichael, Ricky Abshire

Project Description: Our app allows students to inform teachers/administrators at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette (ULL) of planned excused absences. It also allows students to apply for an emergency parking pass. This pass will excuse them from parking violations if the pass is approved. The app will also have a portal to upload medical documents to get exemptions for absence. Our goal is to provide students and teachers with an easier method of communication concerning absences and to help them by creating an emergency parking system.

 Rush - Project 14
Click HERE to view the business plan! 


Porject 15

Course: Business For Everyone
Project Title: CAJUN DOLLAR$, LLC
Student Contrubutors:Hannah Benoit, Carson Blanchard, MarCailah Booker, Laelah Credeur, Anna David, Mia Dejean, Brandon Echelard, Emma Gary, Ethan Guerin, Eric Guidry, Abigail Hey, Peyton Hoffpauir, Jessie Hope, Ryan Johnson, Jacob Kaliszeski, Matthew Kirkpatrick, Ellen McDaniel, Skylar McGalliard, Leah Melancon, Sierra Mitchell, Brant Moresi, Lucas Mouton, Gage Picard, Asa Tibbs, Joshus Trujillo, Robert Westfall

Project Description: Cajun Dollar$ will aid in supplying The University of Louisiana at Lafayette (ULL), students and staff with various healthcare, beauty, and household items. Students will be allowed to purchase items using a debit card, cash, and  Visa and Mastercard credit cards. The Cajun Dollar$ will solve the problem of students not having access to normally priced necessities such as phone chargers, snacks and more. The Cajun Dollar$ will be an easily accessible place on campus where students can shop for discounted prices.

 CAJUN DOLLAR$, LLC - Project 15
Click HERE to view the business plan!


Project 16 

Course: Business For Everyone
Project Title: Cajun Suds, LLC
Student Contributors: Preston Kyle, Ana Williamson, Rivers Schwing, Ivan Hale, Giuliana Bossier, CaRyn Woods, Logan Vallot, Anaiya Johnson,  Simone Southall,  Daivionna Smith,  Hannah Sanders, Grant Strohmeyer, Noah Heard, Emily Saizan, Andrew Stelly, Markel Adams, Gavin Abshire, Jackson Steward, Ethan Theriot, Baylon Leon, Tim Lyddy, Kenny Ta, Demond Harris

Project Description: Our objective is to create a business that provides secure service of laundry for a small fee. This will give our customers more time to do important things like homework and studying. The Students living in the dorms on University of Louisiana at Lafayette (ULL) campus will be our target consumer. In a sense we provide a laundromat and laundry services. We will provide an affordable and efficient laundry service for the students of ULL. Since we will operate while most people are in class, we will not only provide convenience for our customers, but also we will keep the laundry room clearer during busy hours.

 Cajun Suds, LLC - Project 16
Click HERE to view the business plan!


Project 17 

Course: LLC Darwin
Project Title: Amplifying Plant DNA Through PCR
Student Contributors: Jessica Fiser, Peter Kaiser, Amy Quave, and Lauren Savoy 

Project Description: Students collected plant samples from campus and amplified a gene using PCR.

 Amplifying Plant DNA Through PCR - Project 17


Project 18 

Course: Mastering the First Year
Project Title: My Vision Board 
Student Contributors: Hailey Privat

Project Description: Create a board to showcase your vision of what you believe the future holds for you. 

 My Vision Board - Project 18 


Project 19 

Course: Mastering the First Year
Project Title: My Vision Board
Student Contributors: Hannah Evans

Project Description: Create a board to showcase your vision of what you believe future holds for you.

 My Vision Board - Project 19


Project 20 

Course: Black Women in Leadership 
Project Title: My Vision Board
Student Contributors: Skyler Logan

Project Description: Create a board to showcase your vision of what you believe future holds for you.

 My Vision Board - Project 20


Project 21 

Course: Mastering the First Year
Project Title: My Vision Board
Student Contributors: Kennan Mashon

Project Description: Create a board to showcase your vision of what you believe future holds for you.

 My Vision Board - Project 21


Project 22 

Course: Mastering the First Year
Project Title: My Vision Board
Student Contributors: Hunter Lalonde 

Project Description: Create a board to showcase your vision of what you believe future holds for you.

 My Vision Board - Project 22


Project 23 

Course: Starting Your Own Business
Project Title: Thought Bubble LLC.
Student Contributors: Gabrielle Housley, Lily Degetaire, and Tristan McCullough

Project Description: 

 Thought Bubble LLC 


Project 24


Course: Design Redefined
Project Title: Chair Project
Student Contributors: Enrolled Students


Project Description: Assigned teams of 4-6 students chose a materials group (plastic, wood, metal, nature, glass, automotive, household) and worked together to design, collect materials for, and construct SOMETHING YOU CAN SIT ON using only recycled or repurposed materials. Purchase of connectors (nails, screws, wire, tape, glue, etc.) was limited to $10 maximum. Teams prepared a Powerpoint presentation and presented their “CHAIRS” to the class where one team member had to sit on the chair to prove structural stability. Each team also designed their poster for the UNIV Showcase.

   Chair Project - Project 24


Project 25


Course: Design Redefined
Project Title: Chair Project
Student Contributors: Enrolled Students

Project Description: Assigned teams of 4-6 students chose a materials group (plastic, wood, metal, nature, glass, automotive, household) and worked together to design, collect materials for, and construct SOMETHING YOU CAN SIT ON using only recycled or repurposed materials. Purchase of connectors (nails, screws, wire, tape, glue, etc.) was limited to $10 maximum. Teams prepared a Powerpoint presentation and presented their “CHAIRS” to the class where one team member had to sit on the chair to prove structural stability. Each team also designed their poster for the UNIV Showcase.

 Chair Project - Project 25


Project 26


Course: Design Redefined
Project Title: Chair Project
Student Contributors: Enrolled Students

Project Description: Assigned teams of 4-6 students chose a materials group (plastic, wood, metal, nature, glass, automotive, household) and worked together to design, collect materials for, and construct SOMETHING YOU CAN SIT ON using only recycled or repurposed materials. Purchase of connectors (nails, screws, wire, tape, glue, etc.) was limited to $10 maximum. Teams prepared a Powerpoint presentation and presented their “CHAIRS” to the class where one team member had to sit on the chair to prove structural stability. Each team also designed their poster for the UNIV Showcase.

   Chair Project - Project 26


Project 27


Course: Design Redefined
Project Title: Chair Project
Student Contributors: Enrolled Students

Project Description: Assigned teams of 4-6 students chose a materials group (plastic, wood, metal, nature, glass, automotive, household) and worked together to design, collect materials for, and construct SOMETHING YOU CAN SIT ON using only recycled or repurposed materials. Purchase of connectors (nails, screws, wire, tape, glue, etc.) was limited to $10 maximum. Teams prepared a Powerpoint presentation and presented their “CHAIRS” to the class where one team member had to sit on the chair to prove structural stability. Each team also designed their poster for the UNIV Showcase.

 Chair Project - Project 27


Project 28


Course: Design Redefined
Project Title: Chair Project
Student Contributors: Enrolled Students

Project Description: Assigned teams of 4-6 students chose a materials group (plastic, wood, metal, nature, glass, automotive, household) and worked together to design, collect materials for, and construct SOMETHING YOU CAN SIT ON using only recycled or repurposed materials. Purchase of connectors (nails, screws, wire, tape, glue, etc.) was limited to $10 maximum. Teams prepared a Powerpoint presentation and presented their “CHAIRS” to the class where one team member had to sit on the chair to prove structural stability. Each team also designed their poster for the UNIV Showcase.

  Chair Project - Project 28


Project 29

Course: Design Redefined
Project Title: Chair Project
Student Contributors: Enrolled Students

Project Description: Assigned teams of 4-6 students chose a materials group (plastic, wood, metal, nature, glass, automotive, household) and worked together to design, collect materials for, and construct SOMETHING YOU CAN SIT ON using only recycled or repurposed materials. Purchase of connectors (nails, screws, wire, tape, glue, etc.) was limited to $10 maximum. Teams prepared a Powerpoint presentation and presented their “CHAIRS” to the class where one team member had to sit on the chair to prove structural stability. Each team also designed their poster for the UNIV Showcase.

   Chair Project - Project 29