BMES Regional Conference in DC – 10/25
We’re excited to announce that the BMES Southeast and Mid-Atlantic BME Regional Career Conference is being held right here in DC at Eisenhower Library. This is a very big event and an amazing opportunity to get your name into the professional world. Registration for the event is $45 for student members and $55 for student non-members and early registration ends on September 20th so please sign up as soon as possible. This is an amazing opportunity as this major conference rarely comes so close where we are, it would be a shame to pass it up. You can register here!
Head over to the Student Intern Network site to discover fall positions in DC with major employers including the Washington Redskins, The White House, Boeing, Time Warner Cable, the DC United, the CIA, and plenty of others. We will continue posting awesome opportunities all evening.
If you’re looking for help locking up the perfect position don’t hesitate to reach out. Send us your resume and we will schedule a time to talk about options this semester and beyond.
JOIN the BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING SOCIETY!!!
DH House this coming Monday at 8:30PM for this years first GBM. Come meet the E-board and enjoy a light dinner as we re-introduce our organization to members and newcomers alike. We will be touching upon upcoming events, positions we’re recruiting for, opportunities around campus, and more!
Apply to be on the BMES E-board
BMES is recruiting for the following positions:
If you think you have what it takes to hold any of these positions, let us know here by 9/23. We will be reaching out to all applicants shorty thereafter.
Remember, general re-elections will be held at the end of this semester for every E-board position. These positions are a great way for new-comers to get a taste of the inner workings of BMES and gain leadership experience.
Team members, left to right: Jess Greulich (junior MAE), Jay Maybank (junior ECE), Stephen Preston (freshman MAE), Ryan Mossbarger (junior MAE), Mike Goldstein (junior MAE), Molly Mercer (sophomore MAE), Tyler Miller (freshman MAE), Laura Wise (sophomore MAE), David Dibachi (junior MAE, student leader), Prof. Murray Snyder (MAE, faculty adviser). Not shown: Dan Kloepfer (freshman MAE).
SEAS students competed in the recent Society of Automotive Engineers Mini-Baja competition at Tennessee Technology University in Cookeville, Tennessee. In this competition, the SEAS students designed and built an off-road vehicle that competed with similar vehicles from over 100 other universities. This was the first SEAS participation in this event since 2008. The SEAS team successfully passed the demanding technical and brake inspection and drove their vehicle over the difficult 2.4-mile off-road course as part of the endurance competition.