What: Come join us for volleyball at the RPAC. De-stress before that finals week crunch and make sure to bring your friends!
When: November 28th at 6pm
Where:¬†Meet us at the RPAC food court ūüėČ

ECG Project

What: Come make a miniature ECG machine with Dr. Alexis Ortiz-Rosario! An ECG is a test designed to evaluate electrical activity in the brain, and can be used to detect potential problems with brain cell communication. More specific information about ECGs can be found at this website.
Why: Gain real hands-on project experience for your resume and build a device with the ability to read your brain waves!
When: November 26th, 5pm to 7pm
Where: Bevis Hall 0048 (basement)

Take a Breath – Stress Relief

What: Hear a short presentation from a CCS counselor, with an emphasis on how to deal with stress. After the presentation, we will be playing minute to win it style games, with stress relief prizes for winners. There will be ice cream!
Why: Feeling stressed about midterms and college life in general? Come learn some methods for reducing stress and gain knowledge on the importance of sleep.
When: November 8th at 6pm
WHERE? Lazenby 021

Professional School 101

What: Come hear a panel of MD, PhD and MS students talk about their experiences! Ask all your burning questions about different paths for professional school after undergrad. Food and drinks will be provided.
When: October 16th at 6pm
Where: Enarson 245

General Body Meeting

The October BMES General Body Meeting! Enjoy free Portifinos pizza and drinks while hearing about upcoming events and hear a presentation from Rob Day, CEO of Lab-Ally, about his company!

Come mingle with your fellow BMES members and officers and hear from a guest speaker in the biomedical engineering industry!

When: October 4th at 6pm
Where: Lazenby 021

BMES Networking Night

What: An event hosted by BMES the night before the Engineering Expo with companies interested in hiring BME students in attendance. This event gives student the opportunity to pitch themselves to recruiters and employees before the Expo, and make a lasting impression. A few of the companies attending are Johnson&Johnson, General Motors, Medpace, TRIMedicine Inc., Rev1 Ventures, and SafeWhite, and an ECS Rep discussing international opportunities.

Come learn about exciting internship and co-op opportunities in the BME field! Get a head start on your job search and take advantage of this opportunity to mingle with companies hiring BME students in a more relaxed setting than the Engineering Expo.

FREE pizza and drinks will be provided.

When: September 24th 5 pm to 8 pm. Paid members get in at 5 pm, everyone else at 5:30 pm.

Where: Scott Labs E100

View the event flyer here.

Career Fair Prep

What: Get prepped for the Expo and boost your confidence! This is an opportunity to have your resume reviewed, practice an elevator pitch, and hear about professional appearance and conduct before the Engineering Expo. The BME advisors will be in attendance to help run this event. Food and drinks will be provided. This event is especially good for students who have never attended the Expo or interacted with many professional engineers.

When: September 20th at 6pm

Where: Scott Labs E001

Clinical Engineering Industry Visit

WHAT?¬†A visit to the headquarters of Ohio State’s Clinical Engineering division where mentors will be able to speak with clinical engineers and see what they normally do in their work day.
WHY? Want to see what it is like first-hand to be a clinical engineer? Want to meet clinical engineers and see what they do? Then this is the event for you! You will also meet the Associate Director of Clinical Engineering, Richard Eldridge.
WHEN? September 19th from 10-11:30am
WHERE? N050 Doan Hall at the Medical Center
Fill out the form here.
Contact Matt O’Donohue with any additional questions at¬†odonohue.2@osu.edu

Grad School 101

What:¬†Med school? Masters degree? PhD? If you have no clue about what you want to do after your undergrad, this is the panel for you. A great opportunity¬†to hear about the graduate school application process, including an insightful presentation from La’Tonia Stiner-Jones, the Assistant Dean of Graduate Programs for the BME department.

When: September 11th, 5:30pm

Where: Jennings 155

Research Panel

What: Come listen to professors talk about their research, and how to get involved in research as a student. This event is business casual attire.

When: September 6th, 6-7pm

Where: Scott Lab E001