Leadership in the management of technology and innovation in business.

Welcome. EMTM InSITE is for prospective and current students, sponsors, alumni and others interested in Penn's Executive Master's in Technology Management (EMTM). In each issue, we cover timely admissions information, program highlights and personal perspectives from EMTM students, alumni and faculty. We hope this gives you an inside look at how combining the strengths of Penn Engineering and Wharton offers a true "degree of difference" and lifelong value in preparing leaders who can bridge technology and management. We appreciate your interest and welcome your feedback.
(Next issue: Winter 2006. EMTM InSITE archives.)

Fast-Track Career Transformation at Corning:
Sponsors' Perspectives

Corning Incorporated has turned to EMTM to cultivate two Japan-based executives: Lori Hamilton, EMTM'03 and Jorge Fukuda, EMTM'06. "Sponsorship allows you to extract immediate value from the training and direct the trajectory of the person through the program," says Peter Bocko, Division Vice President and Director, Commercial Technology Display Group at Corning. >>more

Voices of Experience
EMTM students hear from leaders whose work involves the sophisticated use of technology in different contexts, including: Clare Hart, President and CEO of Factiva, a Dow Jones & Reuters company; and Gary Martin, EMTM'95, Technical Director of the US Army's CERDEC, Communications — Electronics, Research Development and Engineering Center. >>more

Beyond the Classroom
You might think that professionals who are working full-time, balancing family lives and taking up to four courses would have enough on their plates. But each term, students also take part in extracurricular offerings made available through EMTM — sometimes even returning to campus on non-program weekends. >>more

Career Choices: Different Roads Lead to EMTM
Each class of EMTM students spans industries, cultures, age and work experience. We asked several current and recent students why they chose EMTM, and what benefits they felt their experience was bringing to their organizations as well as themselves. >>more

Second Helpings: EMTM Alumni Return for More
Eric Rossman, EMTM'03 (Avaya) and Rob Williams, EMTM'02 (Boeing) were among several alumni taking advantage of the opportunity to return to campus and enroll in EMTM courses on a full-credit basis. Term 1 courses included Software Engineering, Data Mining and Drug Discovery... and the list for Term 2 is even longer. >>more

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