MSEM students Raunaq Singh, Hanusha Durisety, and Shreya Munnuri are currently in Haifa, Israel competing in the Israel Institute of Technology’s T2MED Hackathon. T2MED is a 72-hour learning-by-doing event that teaches entrepreneurial skills to Technion and international students in an extreme hands-on environment. The event brings together engineering, medical, and business students on diverse teams who will work together over the course of three days to explore technological and business solutions addressing significant problems in the medical field. Singh, Durisety, and Munnuri received the inaugural CLE Global Innovation Fellowship to attend the hackathon.