Join the GSC in welcoming new students to the BME department at our semi-annual town hall!
We will introduce who we are, what we do, and give you a chance to provide feedback/concerns to any aspect of the BME department.
Lunch will be provided!
The BME GSC Ping Pong Tournament has begun! Track the progress below:
Join BME faculty, staff, and graduate students for a welcome social and game night on September 12th from 4–7 pm at the BU Pub (outside on the patio if the weather is nice, inside if not)! Food, games, and drinks will be provided. There will also be an assortment of raffle prizes up for grabs. See you there!
Thank you to everyone who participated in the Open House events last month. By all accounts, the new approach the department has taken in scheduling and organizing visits for prospective students was very successful, and much of the positive feedback was undoubtedly due at least in part to their interaction with current students. We hope that everyone’s semester is going well!
- The GSC
BME Grad Students,
Are you considering a career in industry after completing your degree? Unsure of what that could mean for you, or in need of some advice? Join us at the first BU BME Careers in Industry Night to find out!
In similar style to the Academic Career Night held in October, this panel forum will provide graduate students interested in careers in industry an opportunity to hear from and ask questions of engineers and researchers employed in various capacities at Boston-area companies. Panelists will represent an array of careers in biotech, medical device, and nonprofit companies. Both experienced veterans and newer hires will give their perspectives, giving BU BME students an opportunity to explore both near-term and long-range career topics.
Join us for this exciting and informative event!
When: Tuesday, February 12 at 6pm
Where: Colloquium Room on the 9th Floor of the BU Photonics Building at 8 St. Mary’s St
Light food and beverages will be provided
Sean Scanlan, Smith and Nephew
Joanne Kamens, Addgene
Doug Martilla, PatientsLikeMe
Emily Brooks, Boston Biomedical
As the semester winds down, grants are due and final exams are looming on the horizon, take a break and have some fun with the GSC! The next GSC Monthly Meetup will be next Friday, Dec 7th at 6pm, at O’Leary’s. Grab a drink, bring your friends, and hang out with the coolest people at BU!
What: December Monthly Meetup
When: Friday, Dec 7th, 6pm
Where: O’Leary’s, 1010 Beacon St right by St. Mary’s Station
We look forward to seeing you there!
We were happy to see the turnout at the open meeting we had today to discuss quals. There was a lot of constructive discussion and many good ideas. Next time, we’ll order more pizza!
Are you wondering how to find a job in academia after grad school? Want to hear some advice from young professors who recently went through the process? Then come to the Biomedical Engineering Graduate Student Committee’s (BME GSC) first Academic Career Night!
The focus of the Academic Career Night is to allow graduate students interested in academia a chance to ask questions to current academic professionals about how they reached where they are in their careers. The event will consist of two panels of academic professionals: one with more experienced researchers/professors and one with more junior researchers/assistant professors. The idea is that the more senior researchers can discuss what they look for in Post-Doc candidates and how they can help refer their current students to other labs, while the more junior faculty can discuss the process they more recently went through to get their positions and what they learned from the experience.
BME GSC Academic Career Night
- When: Tuesday, November 13th at 6 PM
- Where: Colloquium Room on the 9th Floor of the BU Photonics Building at 8 St. Mary’s St
- Schedule: 45-min panel discussion, 30-min networking session, 45-min panel discussion, 30-min networking session
- Food: Light food and beverages will be provided
- Please RSVP here
We are pleased to launch the website for the Boston University Biomedical Engineering Graduate Student Committee. We are a group of graduate students with the purpose of enriching the grad school experience for our peers. Check back with the website to find news about upcoming events as well as resources for new and old students trying to navigate the departmental waters.