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Jensen to Lead Master of Science in Project Management Guest Seminar

ESD Studio Leader for High Performance Buildings Tyler Jensen will be sharing his real-world experience as a project manager with Northwestern University Master of Science in Project Management (MPM) students during a seminar on Monday, February 20.

Northwestern University’s Master of Science in Project Management (MPM) program integrates essential concepts of development, design, and construction practices for the built environment with functional concepts of management and behavioral science. The program prepares qualified professionals for project management roles for projects in both public and private market sectors.

Students of the program graduate with the skills necessary to direct major projects in today’s increasingly complex construction market.

Tyler freely shares his technical expertise as a project manager to help advance ESD’s mission to improve society through the built environment.

To learn more about ESD and its mission, culture, and values, visit our website.

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