Student Experience

Upcoming Events

  1. Sep 26 CCEI Get Seeded Pitch Night6:00pm
  2. Oct 6 Innovate Wellness Beta Bash!5:00pm
  3. Oct 25 CCEI Get Seeded Pitch Night 26:00pm
  4. Nov 30 CCEI Get Seeded Pitch Night 36:00pm
  5. Jan 31 CCEI Get Seeded Pitch Night46:00pm
  6. Feb 20 CCEI Get Seeded Pitch Night 56:00pm
  7. Mar 9 CCEI Get Seeded Pitch Night 66:00pm

Awards

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MEM students are eligible for several awards. Awards are given for various criteria including academic achievement and involvement.

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MEM Society

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A student run organization for educational support and professional development of MEM and other interested students.

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MEM Merch

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The Management and Engineering for Manufacturing has its own set of shirts, mugs and other items for sale. Show your MEM pride!

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MEM Lab

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The MEM Lab located in E2 106 is where students work on projects, study together and socialize.

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The MEM student experience is unique. In some ways, the rigorous curriculum may be challenging, but MEM students have some pretty unique benefits:

  • Access to both the School of Engineering and the School of Business, including academic advising, career counseling, career fairs, student organizations and alumni groups
  • A well defined curriculum, which means you often are classes with the same people repeatedly
  • A small program, meaning you have the chance to get to know other students fairly well
  • Access to the MEM lab as a place to study, work on projects or just hang out
  • Companies heavily recruiting MEM students as interns and for careers after graduation

 

MEM News

Ruimin Chen

New Faculty Joins MEM: Dr. Ruimin Chen

This fall, the Management and Engineering for Manufacturing program welcomed Dr. Ruimin Chen as the newest full-time faculty member to join MEM. Dr. Chen joined the Mechanical Engineering department as an Assistant Professor in Residence in August of 2022, primarily teaching courses for MEM. Prior to her hire, she served as an adjunct faculty member […]

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John Henry Breen Top Dog 2022

John Henry Breen Named 2022 MEM Top Dog

John Henry Breen, a Walpole, Massachusetts resident and University of Connecticut senior was awarded the Management and Engineering for Manufacturing Top Dog Award for 2022. This award is jointly selected by the MEM Society, co-directors and staff and awarded to the student who best represents and contributes to the MEM program. Nominated students for this […]

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gaming the future of supply chain

Gaming Supply Chain Management Education

In the fall of 2021, the supply chain crisis began to impact consumers and suddenly it became a term everyone was hearing. At the same time, Dr. Craig Calvert, Management and Engineering for Manufacturing (MEM) program co-Director and Assistant Professor-in-Residence for Operations and Information Management (OPIM) with the School of Business, was preparing to launch […]

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