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IPRO Program Collection

Identifier: 2001.052

Materials related to the Interprofessional Projects Program (IPRO) and EnPRO (Entrepreneurial IPRO) activities at Illinois Institute of Technology (Chicago), being a series of undergraduate academic team projects. Materials include, but are not limited to, general information about the programs and materials related to specific IRPO or EnPRO projects, including the following: Project Name: Digital Stories from Bronzeville; Jan. 2000; IPRO/EnPRO No. ?; faculty adviser: David Coogan Project Name: Stimulating Economic Development in Bronzeville; 1998; IPRO/EnPRO No. ?; faculty adviser: ? Project Name: The Bronzeville Report; 1998; IPRO/EnPRO No. ?; faculty adviser: Marlanda English Project Name: Ghost City Chicago; Spring 2001; IPRO/ENPRO 355; faculty adviser: Kevin Harrington Project Name: Education Conference; April 26-27, 2007; IPRO/EnPRO No. ?; faculty adviser: ?


  • Creation: 1997-2001


Language of Materials

Records are in English.

Conditions Governing Access

Available for Research

Collection Size

1 Box

Biographical Note

"The IPRO Program (Interprofessional Projects Program) engages multidisciplinary teams of students in semester-long undergraduate projects based on real-world topics from sponsors that reflect the diversity of the workplace: corporations, entrepreneurial ventures, non-profit organizations and government agencies. The teams are led by a graduate student and guided by co-mentors from the faculty and the sponsor. Teams may include 5 - 15 students from all academic levels (sophomore through graduate school), and across IIT's professional programs (engineering, science, business, law, psychology, design, and architecture). Integration of both vertical (bridging academic levels) and horizontal (bridging professional programs) dimensions within a team experience [stimulate] students interaction across the boundaries of individual disciplines and experiences." From a 1998 IPRO flyer.


Will become a primary source for information on IRPO activities and history.


Catherine Bruck, University Archivist 12/19/2001

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