Against a strong field of contenders who submitted their work from projects conducted all over the world, the award recognizes the student teams whose Interactive Qualifying Project has been judged outstanding in focusing on the relationships among science, technology and the needs of society.
What does IQP stand for?
IQP stands for Interactive Qualifying Project (Worcester Polytech)
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We have 13 other meanings of IQP in our Acronym Attic
- Institut für Quantenoptik und Quanteninformation (Institute for Quantum Optics and Quantum Information; Austria)
- Institut für Quantenoptik und Quantenkommunikation (German)
- Installation Operational Performance Qualification (pharmaceuticals)
- Inbound Quality of Service
- International Quranic Open University
- IBD (Inflammatory Bowel Disease) Quilt Project, Inc
- Independent Qualified Person
- Innovation, Quality, Productivity (Novartis, AG)
- Integrated Quality Program
- Intelligent Query Processor
- Isolated Queen Pawn (chess)
- Independent Qualified Public Accountant (Department of Labor term)
- International Quarter Pony Association (breeders' association)
- International Quality & Productivity Center
- International Quality Plasma Program
- Iowa Quality Preschool Program Standards
- Input-Queued Packet Switch
- Institute of Qualified Private Secretaries (now Institute of Professional Administrators; UK)
- Institute of Qualified Professional Secretaries (UK)
- Iquique, Chile - Chucumata (Airport Code)
Samples in periodicals archive:
This project was chosen as an Interactive Qualifying Project by juniors Eric Plante, Chase Cheston and Alan Gribble.
Albedith Diaz, 21, electrical and computer engineering class of 2009; Stephen Lima, 21, mechanical engineering class of 2010; Dimitris Saragas, 21, electrical and computer engineering class of 2010; and 19-year-old Michael Ashman, chemical engineering class of 2010, are working together to complete their Interactive Qualifying Project, a graduation requirement at WPI.
The award is given annually to the team of students whose interactive qualifying project best deals with a problem at the intersection of science, technology and society.
Both topics were researched and analyzed by the Worcester Polytechnic Institute students who won this year's President's Interactive Qualifying Project Awards.
All WPI undergraduates are required to complete three significant projects, according to the school: a humanities and arts project, designed to help them become well-rounded by exploring fields beyond science and technology; the Interactive Qualifying Project in which students address issues in which science, technology and society intersect; and the Major Qualifying Project, a design or research project in a student's major field.