MEM is an independent academic program that belongs to both the School of Engineering and the School of Business. The students majoring in MEM graduate with a Bachelor of Science degree conferred by both the School of Engineering and the School of Business.

MEM Banquet 2017

On Monday April 3, 2017, MEM students, alumni, senior design sponsors, industrial advisory board members, faculty and staff celebrated the coming close of the school year at the annual MEM Banquet. Mr. Leo Veilleux, Chief Engineer at United Technologies Aerospace Systems, gave the keynote speech on his company’s many levels of engineering and their vision for the future.

Top-performing MEM undergraduates received scholarships from the Dymax Corporation and the Donald Hempel Memorial Fund. This year’s student-nominated “Top Dog” award winner was Scott Washburn, while senior Stephen Gallo took home the Top Scholar award for his outstanding academic performance over four years in the program. See pictures of all of the award and scholarship recipients below.

See more of the banquet photos from the event below!