February 05, 2018
In 1997, when F. Hadley Cocks spearheaded the creation of Duke's Master of Engineering Management Program, he wanted to create a smooth transition for students who wished to pursue careers in engineering business and management. He was right. To date, more than 1,600 students have earned MEM degrees at Duke.
May 03, 2017
2016 MEMP graduate Allende Cornejo was recently honored with the Forever Duke Student Leadership Award on April 20 at the Center for Leadership and Social Action’s In the Spotlight ceremony. The award recognizes graduating students across Duke's undergraduate, graduate, and professional schools who [...]
May 01, 2017
Janet Pope, MEMP 2005, was recently honored with a DiversityFirst Award from the National Diversity Council at the Texas Diversity & Leadership Conference in Houston. The award recognizes individuals for support of diversity and inclusion in the workplace, creating a truly inclusive [...]
Keeping the Connection Alive
Whether it's been years since your time in MEM or you just graduated in May, you now play an important role in the life of the MEM program: Alumni. You're our greatest ambassadors, and your participation in alumni activities is important to the growth and direction of the program. Keep the connection alive with other MEM alumni and the broader Duke alumni base!
MEMPC Alumni Network
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Duke is a founding member of the Master of Engineering Management Programs Consortium (MEMPC), a small group of highly recognized university graduate level programs in engineering management.