Learn more about the Master’s in Engineering and Management program at today’s open house

MEM Career Awakens Open House
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Students are invited to a Master’s in Engineering and Management (MEM) program open house today (Feb. 16) from 5 to 6:30 p.m. in Nord Hall, Room 356.

The MEM program is a one-year dual-degree program with Weatherhead School of Management and Case School of Engineering.

The open house will feature a panel discussion on what MEM is all about how it can help a student’s career. The panel will be composed of:

  • Fred Collopy, vice dean and professor of design and innovation;
  • Matt Davis, an MEM program graduate and territory manager at Parker Hannifin Corp.;
  • Colin Drummond, professor and assistant chair of the Department of Biomedical Engineering;
  • Alec “Al” Morrison, senior strategy consultant for Vantage Point Performance;
  • Tony Opperman, an MEM program graduate and commercialization strategist/mechanical engineer at Orbital Research Inc.; and
  • Gary Wnek, the Joseph F. Toot Jr. Professor of Engineering.

Light refreshments will be available at the event.