We are looking for super enthusiastic and dedicated Biomeds to be a part their exec team! We want BME students that want to make a positive impact on the Biomedical Engineering program at Ryerson and help to provide the right resources to the Biomedical Engineering students.
Interested? Apply below!...
DEADLINE IS 22nd MARCH 11:59 pm
Questions? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Alert: Biomedical Engineering Students!
Are you interested in networking with biomedical professors and companies who are offering student positions and opportunities? All biomedical engineering, biomedical sciences, and medical physics students are invited to this incredible networking event tailored just for us biomedical students! Spots are filling up very quickly.
REGISTER NOW TO SECURE YOUR SPOT!...
Alright BMEs, I know it is still midterm season but ......
FINAL EXAM SCHEDULES are out... ahhh the two weeks where all we do is cry, rethink our life choices, drink a lot of coffee and lack sleep... OR maybe that's just me and some of you genuinely like taking exams!
Anyways I've compiled the exams for Biomedical Engineering Courses down below:...
Also if you want to double check or see your exam schedule for your liberal studies. Here is the link:
The Biomedical Engineering Course Union will be selling EARLY BIRD BILLY BALL TICKETS for BME students!!
Official tickets go on sale sometime after reading week so hurry up and save them $$$$
We have limited numbers so comment below to let us know you're interested!
Happy Friday and Happy first day of December everyone!
As stressful as it was, I hope everyone enjoyed their fall semester. As you all know, exams are coming up! Since we're all pretty much in the verge of crying, at least most of us, here is the biomedical engineering final exam schedule for 2nd, 3rd, and 4th year students.
Remember to take care of both your physical and mental health. Take breaks, stay hydrated, make sure you eat something, and well, get as much sleep as ...you possibly can.
Goodluck to all!
In one hour, Engineers from GE Healthcare are going LIVE to showcase their newest work with MRIs. "An MRI that images the brain like never before." Be sure to set a reminder and tune in!
#labinvaders #biomedical #engineering
You probably know all about the Arduino open-source electronics prototyping platform already. Maybe you've used one before or perhaps you're just interested in getting your hands on one to see just how innovative you can be. Now's your chance!
Register for the Arduino Workshop and you could soon be exploring the powerful capabilities of Arduino, with a Thales expert on hand to show you the ropes, and the chance to win some great prizes including a fitbit altaHR and the opport...unity to visit a Thales Research Centre in one of the participating regions.
This year, 9 countries are taking part in our global competition: the UK, USA, Netherlands, France, Portugal, Canada, Middle East, China (Mainland and Hong Kong) and Singapore.
Think you're a good soccer player but also a low-key sumo wrestler? RESS, RUCSA, RECESS, BECU, RSCE and RyeChemU are collaborating on a bubble so...ccer event in the Quad this coming Wednesday September 27th 2017.
Check out the event page at the link below and register as an individual or with your friends as a team !
The event is free of charge !
Deadline to register is this Monday September 18th at 11:59.
APPLICATIONS FOR THE NEW TETRA PROJECTS ARE NOW AVAILABLE!
Spots are limited so make sure to apply ASAP!
Applications are due by October 3rd at 11:59pm !!
Applications are available through the following link:https://goo.gl/forms/MCUaqFKQmFyLEVIx2
Tetra is a student group that creates assistive devices for indiviuals with various abilities. In the past we have worked with St. John's Rehabilitation Center, Autism Center and the Total Access Center.
We are excited to announce that new projects have arrived! The projects are provided by Dr. Jason Nolan, the director of both the Responsive Ecologies Lab (RE/Lab) and the Experiential Design and Gaming Environment (EDGE) Lab. Dr. Nolan is also an associate professor in Early Childhood Studies at Ryerson University. The projects are aimed towards widening accessibility for the variously abled. Programming skills will be essential in all the projects.
Are you interested in working, volunteering, studying or living overseas? Check out opportunities in more than 100 countries at the 2017 Go Global Expo! (www.letsgoglobal.ca)
Taking place September 23-24 at Ryerson University’s Kerr Hall in downtown Toronto, this FREE event will showcase:
- Volunteer-sending organizations, universities from around the world, jobs abroad, non-profit groups, jobs teaching English, internships, adventure travel operators and lots more!
- Careers... for Globetrotters panel discussion, with advice on obtaining and succeeding in overseas work.
- Verge Magazine's ""Travel With Purpose"" photo exhibit.
- Informational seminars and workshops presented throughout each day by experts in the field.
- Drop by anytime over the weekend to speak with exhibitors, or plan your visit to attend one or more of the hourly seminars.
Pre-register online to save time at the door and get a free subscription to Verge Magazine!
For more information, please visit www.letsgoglobal.ca-