STUDENTfacturED<br />– Year 1<br />This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Gra...
What  is  STUDENTfacturED ?<br />A real contract manufacturing company run by students that will manufacture instructional...
What’s  with  the  name?<br />InnovaBioTM<br />contract research <br />organization<br />contract manufacturing<br />organ...
Purpose<br />To provide a real-world, contextual manufacturing environment for students to learn, apply, and reinforce ind...
Quality system:  structure & documentation
Production:  planning, management,  supply chain, lean
Finances:  profit/loss  vs.  income/expenses
Business development & marketing
Legal concerns</li></li></ul><li>Collaboration  with<br />SLCC’s  School  of  Business<br />Biomanufacturing Program / Bio...
Unique  Learning  Community<br />Biomanufacturing / <br />Biotechnology<br />Faculty &<br />Students<br />School of <br />...
STUDENTfacturED<br />Project  Objectives<br />Creation of the business-training enterprise<br />Creation of the learning c...
Progress  to  Date<br /><ul><li>Identified key technical & business personnel
Creating STUDENTfacturED steering committee
Preparing project manual (policies & procedures)
Identified key functions of STUDENTfacturED
Defining these key functions (i.e. job descriptions) & required competencies in these functions</li></li></ul><li>Progress...
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  1. 1. STUDENTfacturED<br />– Year 1<br />This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant No. 1003292.<br />
  2. 2. What is STUDENTfacturED ?<br />A real contract manufacturing company run by students that will manufacture instructional biotechnology reagents and supplies to sell to college and local high school instructors<br />
  3. 3. What’s with the name?<br />InnovaBioTM<br />contract research <br />organization<br />contract manufacturing<br />organization<br />STUDENT<br />ED<br />factur<br />
  4. 4. Purpose<br />To provide a real-world, contextual manufacturing environment for students to learn, apply, and reinforce industry-specific concepts & skills :<br /><ul><li>Compliance with GMP & other regulations
  5. 5. Quality system: structure & documentation
  6. 6. Production: planning, management, supply chain, lean
  7. 7. Finances: profit/loss vs. income/expenses
  8. 8. Business development & marketing
  9. 9. Legal concerns</li></li></ul><li>Collaboration with<br />SLCC’s School of Business<br />Biomanufacturing Program / Biotechnology Dept : <br />provides technical expertise <br />(product development & production)<br />School of Business : <br />provides business expertise <br />(accounting, market research, marketing, legal)<br />
  10. 10. Unique Learning Community<br />Biomanufacturing / <br />Biotechnology<br />Faculty &<br />Students<br />School of <br />Business<br />Faculty &<br />Students<br />
  11. 11. STUDENTfacturED<br />Project Objectives<br />Creation of the business-training enterprise<br />Creation of the learning community<br />Development of the curriculum<br />Development of the business plan<br />Implementation of STUDENTfacturED<br />
  12. 12. Progress to Date<br /><ul><li>Identified key technical & business personnel
  13. 13. Creating STUDENTfacturED steering committee
  14. 14. Preparing project manual (policies & procedures)
  15. 15. Identified key functions of STUDENTfacturED
  16. 16. Defining these key functions (i.e. job descriptions) & required competencies in these functions</li></li></ul><li>Progress to Date (cont.)<br /><ul><li>Drafting STUDENTfacturEDquality manual (business mission statement, policies, & quality system description)
  17. 17. Setting up STUDENTfacturED infrastructure: “production facility” & MasterControl management software [donated !!!]
  18. 18. Implemented ad hoc STUDENTfacturED – synergy with NSF STEP grant and needs</li></li></ul><li>Progress to Date (cont. 2)<br /><ul><li>Trained first participants in production document writing: procedures, batch records, bill of materials (BOM)
  19. 19. Produced first STUDENTfacturED products: Halorubrumsalsolis DNA sequencing kit modules (6); product demand – estimated 2-3 years, with potential for related product lines</li></li></ul><li>Next Steps<br /><ul><li>Develop participant evaluation methods & tools – proof of competency
  20. 20. Determine next products through market research
  21. 21. Perform cost analysis and determine profit management plan
  22. 22. Establish systems for accounting, ordering, production scheduling, & distribution</li></li></ul><li>Next Steps (cont.)<br /><ul><li>Establish customer service / technical support systems
  23. 23. Establish enterprise continuous improvement system
  24. 24. Formulate enterprise sustainability plan
  25. 25. Establish formal learning community & student club</li></li></ul><li>Lessons Learned . . . So Far<br /><ul><li>Involving extra-departmental personnel can be challenging
  26. 26. College administration’s support is required
  27. 27. Adequate key personnel attention is essential to success – time, expertise, persistence
  28. 28. Support personnel is also critical – project manager, colleagues, other administrative support</li></li></ul><li>STUDENTfacturED Impacts<br />
  29. 29. Stay Tuned . . .<br /> for Year 2<br />
  30. 30. Vivian Ngan-Winward<br />vivian.ngan-winward@slcc.edu<br />

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