DiFranco got another step closer to his goal of working at the intersection of business and technology when he was selected for the Richards Fellowship, which seeks out a top student in the MEM program each year.
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The summer after his junior year, Nicholas DiFranco got an early start in Case Western Reserve University’s Master of Engineering and Management (MEM) program, a degree program offered through a collaboration between the Case School of Engineering and the Weatherhead School of Management. Recently, DiFranco, who will graduate from the MEM program in the spring, got another step closer to his goal of working at the intersection of business and technology when he was selected for the Richards Fellowship, which seeks out a top student in the MEM program each year.
The eleventh class of Weatherhead undergraduate students was inducted into the Wolstein Society September 22. The Wolstein Society recognizes outstanding undergraduate students in their senior year who represent the spirit of enterprise as demonstrated by leadership, scholarship, community service and professional will.
ChromaSense, a lab safety application made up of team members Hannah Cao (business management and psychology major, '19), Matthew Lee (marketing major, '19), and Shiva Sridar (biochemistry major, '19), placed first in the annual Launch CWRU Weekend.