2nd Annual Industry NightShahid Ahmed: 2015 McCormick MS Recognition Ceremony Speaker3rd Annual Accenture Competition MEMPC Schools meet at NorthwesternMEMPC PriSim Business War Games CompetitionWhat is MEM?Information Session and Networking at MotorolaNavigant Business Strategy Competition

2nd Annual Industry Night

Zack Johnson, CEO and Co-Founder of Syndio, was the guest speaker for the 2nd Annual Industry Night, a networking event connecting MEM students, faculty, alumni and industry leaders.

Shahid Ahmed: 2015 McCormick MS Recognition Ceremony Speaker

On June 20th, 2015 Shahid Ahmed, MEM Alum and Managing Director at Accenture, will provide the Commencement Address for the Masters Recognition Ceremony.

3rd Annual Accenture Competition

This year, students from various McCormick masters programs and the Bienen School of Music are teaming up to participate in a strategy competition sponsored by Accenture to deliver an innovative and low-cost strategy plan for the Chicago Sinfonietta to raise funding.

MEMPC Schools meet at Northwestern

The MEM Programs Consortium met on 10/23 to confer on ways to further improve this forward-thinking group of programs. MEMPC Chicago Alumni also met for a networking reception.

MEMPC PriSim Business War Games Competition

For this web-based simulation competition, participants will run a simulated company, make decisions as a team, and compete against other MEMPC participants.

What is MEM?

Northwestern University Master of Engineering Management (MEM) students and alumni discuss what the MEM degree has meant to them – trying to define it in three words.

Information Session and Networking at Motorola

An information session and networking event was held on March 6th. Event attendees included Motorola employees and MEM, MSIT, MSL, and MPD program faculty, staff, and guests.

Navigant Business Strategy Competition

Navigant is partnering with MEM to sponsor a strategy competition that will provide students with real-world insight into working on a strategy project in the Healthcare Industry.

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The Second Annual MEM Industry Night took place on March 3rd, 2015, in the James L. Allen Center on Northwestern’s Evanston campus. The event hosted over 100 students, alumni, and industry guests to hear keynote speaker Zack Johnson, CEO and Co-Founder of Syndio, present on the topic of “Engineering Serendipity: How networks are driving high performance organizations”. Click here for more about the evening. The full length video of Zack's talk is available to watch here.


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