"Save the Date" 2nd Annual Industry Night set for March 3rdNew Building for MEM!MEM Celebrates its First December GraduationMEMPC Schools meet at NorthwesternMEM Grads Show Spirit!3nd Annual Accenture Competition MEM Releases 2014-2015 Resume BookMEMPC PriSim Business War Games Competition

"Save the Date" 2nd Annual Industry Night set for March 3rd

Professor Noshir Contractor will be the guest speaker for the Second Annual Industry Night - a networking event, connecting MEM students, faculty, alumni and industry leaders.

New Building for MEM!

In Fall 2014, MEM moved to the new North Parking Garage structure.

MEM Celebrates its First December Graduation

On December 15, 2014 MEM graduates celebrated the culmination of years of hard work with a formal graduation ceremony, followed by a special reception just for the MEM community.

MEMPC Schools meet at Northwestern

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

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!

3nd Annual Accenture Competition

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

MEM Releases 2014-2015 Resume Book

MEM continues to strengthen its career development opportunities for students seeking both internship and full-time positions. Contact the MEM office for a copy of the 2014-2015 MEM Resume Book.

MEMPC PriSim Business War Games Competition

During this web-based simulation competition participants will run a simulated company, make decisions as a team, and compete against other MEMPC participants. The simulation will run over multiple iterations, simulating a multi-year (simulated) span of time.

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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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HIGHLIGHTS FROM INDUSTRY NIGHT WITH GUY KAWASAKI!

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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