Discover how the MEM program can impact your life, career

The Master of Engineering and Management (MEM) program will offer an open house Friday, Oct. 14, from 12:30 to 1:30 p.m. in Nord Hall, Room 356.

The MEM degree is offered through an innovative collaboration between the Case School of Engineering and the Weatherhead School of Management. The one-year, 14-course program of study builds on the technical and analytical skills you gained through your undergraduate engineering degree and provides a real-world framework for applying them along with master’s level business management tools. Individualized coaching emphasizes self-assessment and emotional intelligence. Interdisciplinary team projects enhance the people skills you’ll need as a business leader today. The MEMprogram positions you to become more productive faster—and accelerate your career.

The open house will include a panel discussion featuring:

  • John Paul Stevens: professor of organizational behavior at the Weatherhead School of management;
  • Manoj Javeri: co-founder of MedRocket, adjunct professor of innovation management and marketing strategy and innovation consultant;
  • Fehmida Kapadia: president of KapaMed Consulting LLC, adjunct professor teaching teaching technology entrepreneurship, project management, and product and process development;
  • Andy Zynga: CEO of NineSigma and adjunct professor teaching innovation management;
  • Alireza Kabirian: assistant professor of operations at Weatherhead School of Management; and
  • Marc Buchner: associate dean of academics and professor in the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at Case School of Engineering.

They will discuss what MEM is and how it can change your career and life.

Light refreshments will be available at the event.