Thanks to everyone who came to BMED SAB's Registration Advising Event. It was a huge success! One hundred mentees came to the event and spent time with mentors to get advice for registration. Thanks to the mentors who gave their time to make this event happen.
Did you know registration begins Monday, October 26th? Feeling a little lost on what to take and how to plan for your next few semesters at Tech?
The BME Student Advisory Board (bmedSAB) is hosting a registration advising event for students to come in and ask questions about registration, classes for next semester, professors' teaching styles, etc. This is a great chance for underclassmen to talk to current BME upperclassmen regarding the BME curriculum, minors, tracks, and pre-professional routes.
We will be hosting this event on Thursday, October 22nd from 2pm to 5pm AND Friday, October 23rd from 1pm to 3pm in Whitaker 3115. Resources from the BME Advisors and bmedSAB will be available for those who attend. Please sign up for a 15 minute session with a mentor using the link below! Walk-ins are welcome, however preference will be given to those who fill out this form. Snacks and refreshments will be provided!
Can't wait to see you there!
The BME Student Advisory Board (bmedSAB) is seeking upperclassmen to be mentors at our third Registration Advising Event. We want YOU to share your experience with underclassmen who need your advice on classes, professors, minors, research, etc.
The event will be held in U.A. Whitaker Room 3115 on the following dates:
Thursday, October 22 from 2 to 5 pm
Friday, October 23 from 1 to 3 pm
Please fill out this form by if you are interested in being a mentor for the event.
Bonus: free Jimmy John's will be provided for all mentors!
We hope to see you there!
We are pleased to accept three new members to our board this semester! They are Christopher Schenck, Greta Shallenberger, and Anokhi Patel.
Chris is a second year, looking forward to a career in medicine.
Greta is a second year, looking forward to a career in medicine.
Anokhi is a second year, looking forward to a career in industry.
Congratulations and welcome to our new board members!
Dear BME Undergraduates,
Have you met a BME professor who has helped you grow as an individual? Is this professor passionate about what they teach, and has taken a special interest in Tech's undergraduates? Consider nominating them for the Biomedical Engineering Student Advisory Board (bmedSAB) Outstanding Commitment to Teaching Award!
This award may be presented to an outstanding professor you have had within this past academic year. This professor stands out as one who has a passion for their work, has taken the initiative to help students thrive in his or her class, and has motivated you to seek knowledge beyond the classroom. This award acknowledges an excellence in teaching and is one of the most prestigious teaching awards.
If you have a professor in mind, please nominate using this link.
Biomedical Engineering Student Advisory Board (bmedSAB)
Thank you to everyone who attended the Town Hall Meeting this Tuesday! We had approximately fifty peers show up to the event and snack on some Chick-Fil-A. To read some of Dr. Bellamkonda's talking points, please visit this page.
Fellow BME Students,
Are you interested in learning about the new BME curriculum? Do you want a FREE Chick-Fil-A lunch?
Next Tuesday, April 14th, BmedSAB is hosting the annual BME Town Hall Meeting with our department chair, Dr. Ravi Bellamkonda. Please join us to hear about the new curriculum and Dr. Bellamkonda's goals for the next few years. You will also be given a chance to ask any questions you may have!
The event will be held from 11am-12pm in the Klaus 1443; if you would like a free Chick-Fil-A meal and you have a question for Dr. Bellamkonda, please RSVP here.
Dear Fellow BME Classmates,
Do you have any questions about scheduling for Fall of 2015? Are you wondering how the curriculum changes will impact you? Would you like advice on what classes to take together or what professors would best fit your learning style?
Come to the bmedSAB event this Friday from 1-4pm in Whitaker 1214! Here, you can ask upperclassmen for advice on your individual schedules. Sign-up with a mentor using this link! This is open to all BME undergraduate students. Snacks and refreshments will be provided!
-The BME Student Advisory Board (bmedSAB) and the BME Learning Commons
Dear fellow BME classmates,
On March 5th, bmedSAB will be providing snacks to all participants in BMED 1300 experiments. If you have some spare time, please try swinging by!
We are also hosting our annual Town Hall Meeting with Dr. Ravi Bellamkonda on March 10th from 11am-12pm in the IBB Suddath Room. Please RSVP with your preference of meal, and we will have a Chick-Fil-A lunch available for you.
Also be on the lookout for our Registration Advising Event on March 27th! We will be sending out links for mentor volunteers and sign-up sheets for mentees.
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.