Gianna Lint, a student in Purdue Polytechnic’s Doctorate of Technology program, is applying her expertise in process improvement towards human trafficking research.
Purdue Polytechnic Institute hosted a design innovation event to fight the modern-day kidnapping and slavery epidemic known as “human trafficking.”
Two teams of Purdue students were honored for ground-breaking, socio-technical ideas to combat the criminal enterprise of human trafficking. They developed their solutions during Purdue Polytechnic’s “Design Innovation Challenge: Fight Human Trafficking in the Americas.”
The Polytechnic will host a public information presentation and all-night student brainstorming competition designed to help end modern-day slavery in North, Central and South America