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Makeda appreciates the amazing friendships she has made and rewarding experiences she has had through her involvement with various SEAS student organizations.
Kate helps conduct research that studies the use of infrared imaging for the early detection of breast cancer.
Ban recalls the mentoring and wise counsel she has received from her advisor, Dr. Zara.
Brianna and Sofian have achieved something rather rare for undergraduate students: they are the co-first authors of a research article published in a highly regarded, peer-reviewed research journal.
Jordan is a jazz musician who didn’t want to have to abandon his music when he started college. At GW, he found his opportunity to be both an engineer and a musician
SEAS biomedical engineering students have had the chance to team up with students from Sweden’s Chalmers University of Technology to work on senior design capstone projects
Dr. Zhenyu Li discusses why biomedical engineering is an important and interesting field to study
The BME Experience
BME offers a Bachelor of Science program, five-year combined Bachelor of Science/Master of Science programs, and an undergraduate minor. Find out which of our academic options is best for you.
All BME seniors complete our Senior Design experience. A description of the experience is available on our Senior Design page.
The School of Engineering and Applied Science (SEAS) provides wonderful study abroad options for engineering students. Explore your opportunities.
The School of Engineering and Applied Science (SEAS) Career Services Center is a fantastic resource, staffed with people who can help you prepare for life after college.
Whether you want to learn new skills or meet new friends, BME student organizations give you a chance to do both while you pursue your interests.