Congratulations to the MEM Class of 2014!MEM Grads Show Spirit!New Building for MEM!MEMPC Schools meet at Duke University2nd Annual Accenture Competition The MEM Community Comes Out in Force for Industry Night NetworkingNetworking Dinner Brings together Industry Sponsors and MEM Alumni and StudentsMEM Releases 2013-2014 Resume Books

Congratulations to the MEM Class of 2014!

This June, the MEM Class of 2014 celebrated the culmination of years of hard work with a formal graduation ceremony, followed by a special reception just for the MEM community. We wish them all the best in your future endeavors!

MEM Grads Show Spirit!

On June 7th, the MEM class of 2014 assembled for one last day of fun before graduation: the annual Painting of the Rock. It was a memorable day of R&R for the MEM grads who, after all their hard work, have definitely earned it. Way to go, Class of 2014!

New Building for MEM!

MEM is moving to the new North Parking Garage structure this fall quarter.

MEMPC Schools meet at Duke University

The MEM Programs Consortium met on 5/29 at Duke University to confer on ways to further improve this forward-thinking group of programs. Plus, MEMPC members got to tour the Duke Gardens.

2nd Annual Accenture Competition

The 2nd Annual Accenture and Northwestern University City of Chicago Analytics Competition concluded this year on Friday, May 16, with the presentations of the three Finalist Teams at Accenture’s office in downtown Chicago.

The MEM Community Comes Out in Force for Industry Night Networking

The First Annual Industry Night kicked off with a networking event, connecting MEM students, faculty, alumni and industry leaders.

Networking Dinner Brings together Industry Sponsors and MEM Alumni and Students

Networking continued after the talk by Guy Kawasaki, as the MEM community and industry representatives enjoyed dinner in the Allen Center.

MEM Releases 2013-2014 Resume Books

MEM was pleased to unveil the new Resume Books at the First Annual Industry Night. These books highlight the full time students in the program and will be sent out to Industry partners.

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Northwestern's Master of Engineering Management (MEM) Program is designed for engineering and science professionals who want to develop core management and leadership skills while staying on the cutting edge of technology. The curriculum empowers engineers to communicate in the language of business and to move from thinking tactically to thinking strategically. The program is dedicated to the belief that if you want a great technical manager, you should start with a great engineer.

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MEM was thrilled to celebrate it's 35th Anniversary on February 13th, with a special Industry Night and a talk from Guy Kawasaki, based on his recent book, Enchantment. Read more about the evening here, or watch this FULL LENGTH video of Guy's talk!


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