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==Undergraduate Specific Events==
==Undergraduate Specific Events==
*Next term (Spring '08):  
*Next term (Spring '08):  
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**Have a few grad students attend an informal dinner and speak about their research
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**Have a few first year grad students attend an informal dinner and speak about grad school - the application process, deciding on what schools to apply to/visit/accept, etc [no faculty speaking, just 1st year grad students]
** Have seniors present their experiences as pioneers in the BE major
** Have seniors present their experiences as pioneers in the BE major

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Undergraduate Specific Events

  • Next term (Spring '08):
    • Have a few first year grad students attend an informal dinner and speak about grad school - the application process, deciding on what schools to apply to/visit/accept, etc [no faculty speaking, just 1st year grad students]
    • Have seniors present their experiences as pioneers in the BE major
  • Other possibilities:
    • Industry Seminars for Undergrads
    • Applying to Grad School/Med School

Departmental Seminar Series

Each semester, the Biological Engineering Department invites speakers from around the country to talk at the weekly seminar series. This is a great opportunity to meet professors from other institutions and acquired a broader perspective on the types of research and approaches within the realm of biological engineering.

Industrial Seminar Series

These seminars are organized by the Graduate Student Board and occur once a month. The speakers typically work for biotechnology firms or have a new perspective on biological engineering.

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