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Mechanical and Biomedical Engineering

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MBE in Action

Photo of Tim PheroTimothy Phero named one of Boise State Top Ten Scholars
Ten outstanding Boise State University graduating seniors were recognized for their exceptional academic success at the annual Top Ten Scholars reception last Monday, April 16. ME graduate Timothy Le Phero and the other scholars, joined by their parents and professors, gathered for a reception that recognized the students’ academic excellence and is a unique opportunity each year to bring together many of Boise State’s best and brightest students and teachers. Read more about Phero and the other awardees here. (180417)

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Spring 2018 Boise State Order of the Engineer Ceremony
On Friday, April 27, 2018 Boise State’s College of Engineering will be holding it’s 4th Order of the Engineer Induction Ceremony from 4:45-5:45 pm in the Engineering Building, Room 110. Dr. Eric Jankowski, Assistant Professor of the Micron School of Materials Science and Engineering will again be the emcee, assisted by other members of the Boise State Order of the Engineer Link. More details on the Order of the Engineer here. (180401)

ISPE 2018 Outstanding Juniors nominees

2018 ISPE Outstanding Junior Engineering Student nominees announced
This year marks the 32nd time that the Idaho Society of Professional Engineers (ISPE) Southwest Chapter is recognizing the top Boise State junior engineering students. The 2018 top Mechanical and Biomediacl (MBE) junior students nominated by their department for their academic, professional and personal achievements are Nardos Ashenafi and Hallie Touchstone. Read more about our outstanding juniors here. (180221)

Ar3T logoUzer awarded AR3T funding for stem cell research
Dr. Gunes Uzer has received word that his technology development grant proposal “Replicating Marrow Mechanics of Stem Cells Ex vivo”, has been selected for AR3T funding through the University of Pittsburgh and NIH. This project aims to develop a novel ex vivo technology that mimics the trabecular architecture, rheology, and kinetics of bone marrow to study the mechanics that regulate stem cell fate and function. Read more about the AR3T program here. (171107)

Image of the ABET logoThe B.S. program in mechanical engineering is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET.