MEM Blog

October 12, 2023

Going Places: My Journey to Amazon Robotics

Tears of joy streamed down Carlyse Wallace’s face when she learned she was accepted into Purdue’s Master of Engineering Management (MEM) program in November 2021.
“It was a dream come true for me,” she said.
September 20, 2023

Studying in Paris: My ESCP Business School Experience

I began Purdue’s MEM program after finishing my undergraduate degree in Mechanical Engineering Technology. I knew from the start that Purdue MEM would present me with opportunities that would excel my professional career. What I did not know was how soon, and how exciting, some of those opportunities would be.
July 14, 2023

Social Impact: Experiential Learning in sub-Saharan Africa

Alexandra McGrail, Andrew Ravi Kamalraj, Akriti Srivastava and Diva Sharma weaved through stacks of empty pink and white flour sacks. Nearby, vibrant orange and black machines hummed as they blended life-saving nutrients into maize flour.
November 27, 2021

An Opportunity to Return Home

As a U.S. Navy Civil Engineer Corps (CEC) Officer, we are charged with the planning, acquisition, construction, operation, and maintenance of all Navy and Marine Corps shore facilities worldwide.
November 18, 2021

Finding Yourself (Professionally): New Product Development

I started my MEM journey, after graduating from Purdue’s Materials Science Engineering undergrad program, knowing just two things: 1) I want to have a career where I can make an impact, and 2) I want to work on new things.
March 3, 2021

Catering My Skillset to Industry Needs

Growing up, I was the kid who could name the make and model of every aircraft that flew overhead, achieved thousands of flight hours on Microsoft Flight Simulator X, spent the weekends flying in general aviation aircraft, and ultimately based his life around aviation.
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