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Tatiana Bonnefoi, a 2012 graduate of the MIT Leaders for Global Operations program, talks about working with "the best of the best faculty at MIT." Beyond having your faculty be the authors of leading textbooks, Tatiana describes how the...
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Tatiana Bonnefoi, a 2012 graduate of the MIT Leaders for Global Operations program, talks about "the perfect example of an MIT class": Course 2.810, Manufacturing Processes and Systems. She talks about the balance of theory and practical...
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Jason Chen, a 2012 graduate of the MIT Leaders for Global Operations program, talks about an elective engineering course in Internal Combustion Engines (2.61) he took in his final semester at MIT. The course, a core graduate requirement ...
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Jason Chen, a 2012 graduate of the MIT Leaders for Global Operations program, talks about his experience as a member of a student team in the Product Design and Development course. Jason describes how the course offered him many opportun...
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Jason Chen, Leaders for Global Operations Class of 2012, describes how he built on his control systems background at the US Naval Academy and subsequent nuclear submarine officer experience as an MBA and Engineering Systems student in th...
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MIT sends a team to compete in a steel bridge building contest. The MIT team sponsored by the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering http://cee.mit.edu/For more information on the steel bridge, visit http://cee.mit.edu/undergr...
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David Simchi-Levi, LGO faculty co-director and professor of civil and environmental engineering and engineering systems Keynote speaker at MIT LGO conference on "The Future of Manufacturing in the U.S." (May 8, 2012) A growing number of ...
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Student-built vehicles compete in a 50 meter drag race and a climb to the top of a 4-storey parking garage. The products of this semester included go-karts, scooters, longboards, and even a set of powered roller skates.
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In the Gordon-MIT Engineering Leadership Program, students practice leadership in a real way, tackling real-life problems in challenging venues. On May 5, 2012, Gordon Engineering Leaders (GELs) traveled to Camp Edwards on Cape Cod to ne...
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