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Summer 2019 registration opens Feb. 19

Considering summer classes? Registration opens in one week on 2/19/19 at 12:01 am. Summer Classes My.BoiseState.edu has been updated with the current summer class offerings for 2019. However, note that this list can change, including the cancellation of summer classes … (Read More) Summer 2019 registration opens Feb. 19

Paid Graduate Opportunities at KAUST on the Red Sea

Friday, February 81:30 – 2:30 PMRuch Engineering Building (RUCH) – Room 103 Presented by Dr. Robert DibbleKing Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST) Learn about mechanical and biomedical systems while getting paid to study and conduct graduate research in an international setting! Scholarships … (Read More) Paid Graduate Opportunities at KAUST on the Red Sea

Boise State launches new PhD in Biomedical Engineering

Boise State University is launching a new Ph.D. program in biomedical engineering! The program will officially start in fall 2019, and applications are being accepted until March 15. Biomedical engineering is an interdisciplinary field that applies engineering concepts to medicine and biology. This new doctoral program aims to … (Read More) Boise State launches new PhD in Biomedical Engineering

Spring 2019 peer educators and graders sought

MBE is recruiting students specifically trained to provide academic support in engineering areas. Similar to the existing Learning Assistant program currently running at the university level, ME peer educators provide tutoring sessions in several ME areas. Students are also being … (Read More) Spring 2019 peer educators and graders sought

Researcher wins $410K R15 award from NIH

Dr. Clare Fitzpatrick, research director of the Computational Biosciences Laboratory, was recently awarded an R15 award from NIH’s National Institute on Aging. This award of $410,000 runs for 3 years from October 1, 2018 through August 31, 2021. This is a … (Read More) Researcher wins $410K R15 award from NIH

Undergraduate researchers rock at ICUR 2018

Student research was on display at the 2018 Idaho Conference on Undergraduate Research (ICUR). We were proud to have seven student lab workers presenting posters on their research on a variety of topics, largely in the biomedical engineering field. Join … (Read More) Undergraduate researchers rock at ICUR 2018

Ryan Schwartz thesis Defense – 7/30/18

Ryan Schwartz will be defending his thesis on July 30, 2018 at 3:00 PM in MEC 114 Title Local Peer-to-Peer Communication to Improve Demand Response in Residential Neighborhoods Abstract Increased electricity production from intermittent renewables presents a challenge to utilities. Since the … (Read More) Ryan Schwartz thesis Defense – 7/30/18

Everingham wins 1st Place Award at World Congress of Biomechanics

ME graduate John Everingham won first place in the Masters Level competition at the 2018 World Biomechanics Congress (July 8-12, 2018) in Dublin, Ireland. Everingham, who received his Masters last December, presented “A Novel Bioreactor that Applies Dynamic Distortion to … (Read More) Everingham wins 1st Place Award at World Congress of Biomechanics

Bronco Biomecs Invade Ireland

Eight students and faculty from the Biomedical Engineering program at Boise State University left last Friday for the 2018 World Congress of Biomechanics in Dublin, Ireland. This international event is held once every four years and is the premier meeting … (Read More) Bronco Biomecs Invade Ireland

Foundations of Systems Science and Engineering

The Department of Mechanical and Biomedical Engineering is offering a new graduate course in systems science in Fall 2018. ME 597 Foundations of Systems Science and Engineering Course Description: This course provides an overview of the topics of systems science and … (Read More) Foundations of Systems Science and Engineering