Sign up for a time slot with a mentor or feel free to drop in at anytime to receive help from upperclassmen BME students regarding registration or with any questions about the BME curriculum, minors and certificates, tracks, and pre-professional routes!
BmedSAB and the biomedical engineering department at Georgia Tech place a heavy emphasis on quality of instruction. In order to recognize the hard work and success of some of our top instructors, we present them with the Outstanding Commitment to Teaching Award each year. We are currently in the process of selecting the winner for this year from all the worthy nominees that students have submitted to us.
Here are some of our past winners:
Dr. Barbara Fassee - 2015
Shannon Barker - 2014
Dr. Robert Lee- 2013
Dr. Joseph Le Doux- 2012
The Biomedical Engineering Student Advisory Board (bmedSAB) was created in order to serve as a liaison between the undergraduate students and the faculty, charged with implementing the curriculum of the biomedical engineering program at Georgia Tech. Additionally, the Board organizes events and develops materials such as the Annual Town Hall Meeting with the Chair of the Department, the semesterly Registration Advising Event, and the Unofficial Course Guide to assist undergraduate students.
If you're interested in joining the board, please fill out and return this application by Friday, April 15th at 5 pm.
Have you ever wanted to know how to be more successful in the BME classroom? Or wondered why BME classes are structured so differently from those of other majors? BmedSAB is pleased to offer our new Town Hall featuring professors who are instruments of change for the BME department.
Dr. Joe Le Doux, Dr. Ross Ethier, and Dr. Charlie Kemp will discuss the BME department's commitment to providing the best instruction possible, and how they are implementing innovative teaching strategies and environments to better prepare you to be successful in the classroom and in your career. Dr. Le Doux, Dr. Ethier, and Dr. Kemp will also answer any questions you have regarding the alternative learning environments they are creating in the classroom.
The event is from 11AM to 12PM on Thursday, April 14. It will be held in Klaus, room 2443.
Free Chic-Fil-A for everyone who RSVP's here: http://goo.gl/forms/vySrtg2Gju
Want help choosing which classes and professors to take next semester? Sign up to get advice from a peer adviser at bmedSAB's Registration Advising Event!
The BME Student Advisory Board (bmedSAB) will be holding our fourth Registration Advising Event on Monday, March 28th and Tuesday, March 29th. The goal of this event is to help undergraduate BME students create the best course schedule possible. We want YOU to share your experience with underclassmen who need your advice on classes, professors, minors, research, etc. If you are interested, please fill out the following form: http://goo.gl/forms/Rlwt10YcP9.
Bonus: free Jimmy John's will be provided for all mentors!
bmedSAB is teaming up with the Learning Commons Leadership Team and Dr. Le Doux, Associate Chair for Undergraduate Learning and Experience, to make podcasts that relate to undergraduate BME's every week this semester.
Our first podcast, "On Being a Premed in BME" has been posted on the podcast website: https://soundcloud.com/whats_the_buzz/4-on-being-a-premed-in-bme .
Keep checking back for more interesting topics like:
A few days before classes began session this semester, a group of student leaders traveled to a retreat center off-campus to put their brains together and make student life on campus better. bmedSAB was excited to send a representative, Bharat Sanders, to the Student Leader Retreat, and he brought back new information and valuable connections to help improve bmedSAB in the Spring 2016 semester. Bharat gave us a few statements on his experience at the retreat.
The Biomedical Engineering Student Advisory Board (bmedSAB) serves as the liaison between undergraduate students in the Wallace H. Coulter Department of Biomedical Engineering at Georgia Tech and faculty and staff.