Professor Brian Nejmeh
Many of the courses I teach involve student teams projects. These team projects tend to emphasize the discipline of software engineering and database design and development. To aid as a resource to current and future students, I maintain this web site.
BUS 380 Small Business Development Course Information
CSC 333 Spring ‘05 Projects
Center for Champions
Tim Brearly, Erica Nelson, Justin Witmer, Paul Scheck
Creating a database for tracking participants with their associated information as well as tracking behavioral changes for each.
Tyler Alexander, Ryan Tierney,
What they want done is to implement barcodes into their current database system. They are also looking into making their current database more flexible and allow it to do more. The benefits include a better way of organizing all the donated materials, help with auditing situations, and increased ease of manifest for creation for containers that they send to locations worldwide.
Ria Ghose, David Hess, Robert Lusk
This team worked with Christian Churches United HELP Ministries, an organization involved with providing emergency services to people in the tri-county area of
Doug Ader, Eli Landers, Berenice Vasquez-Dominguez
We present a walkthrough of our semester project, which we spent working on improving West Shore Evangelical Free Church’s’ database system. The goal of our project was to synchronize the membership data between two database systems. These two database systems can not be connected directly and therefore the synchronization must be a two step process. The first step is to extract new and changed membership data from one database, and the second step is to upload this data in to the target database. We will examine problems, issues, solutions and lessons learned during the semester working with this project. Also, as a part of our short presentation will be a demonstration of the data extraction application that we have created. Our application has allowed for an improved and more accurate database system for the church.
West Shore E-Free Web Survey
Christian Felts, Chris Dries, Brad Coverdale, Josh Henry
This project is beneficial to the West Shore Evangelical Free Church in terms of tracking the opinions of its members. We will be creating the survey system so that the administration can receive the results in order to better assess to the needs of the church members in the community.
Ryan Robinson, Archibald Jamieson, Joshua Berkey, Ed Bond
Daniel Vickers, Philip Kelly, Joe Shaughnessy
We are working with New Hope Ministries to develop a new client database system. New Hope Ministries desires a system that would combine their two current databases, store more information about clients and their families, and make it easier to make reports. We are using an incremental analysis and design model to create a single improved database that can generate reports and reduce duplicate records. We have created a customized system that meets their specific needs and will allow them to have more time to help their clients.
Steve Salzone, Jarred Neff, Berenice Vasquez-Dominguez, Levi Schmieg
Brethren Housing Association is a
Project Forward Leap is a non-profit summer camp for inner city youth. They hold these camps at area colleges such as Messiah in an effort to provide encouragement to middle-school age students. For our project, we chose to develop a database that will manage and store information for PFL in three areas: Student Tracking, Human Resources, and Inventory Management. We went through a five step process that allowed us to experience the fundamentals of project management from planning and analysis to design and implementation. Using Microsoft Access, we built these three systems that will hopefully prove helpful for years to come.
CSC 333 Spring 2005