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Monday, March 31, 2014

ICK! Sign-ups Open

Hey kids, ever wonder what a human knot looks like? How tall you can build a tower out of marshmallows and hard spaghetti strands? Or what DNA inside a strawberry looks like? Then sign up for our 8th annual ICK! (I'm a Complex Kid) event. ICK! will take place on Saturday, April 26th with a morning session taking place from 9am-1pm, and an afternoon session taking place from 2pm-6pm. Registration form can be found here. Any questions or concerns about ICK! should be directed towards the group at binghamtonbioengineers@gmail.com or President Lisa Benison at lbeniso1@binghamton.edu.

Monday, February 17, 2014

Business Card/Ice Cream Social Today

Just a reminder to come to the Watson Commons today at 6 PM for the opportunity to create your very own business card while enjoying some delicious ice cream! Bring a laptop to create your business card.

BMES Northeastern Engineering Conference

On the weekend of April 25-27, Northeastern University will be hosting a regional BMES conference to showcase various research from professors and students along with presentations by outstanding speakers. More information can be found here. Interested in going? Contact Lisa Benison at lbeniso1@binghamton.edu or Binghamton BMES chapter at binghamtonbioengineers@gmail.com for further details about this extraordinary opportunity.

Engineering Week

Engineering week has begun with numerous events taking place this week to celebrate the marvels of science and engineering. This Saturday, BMES and Tau Beta Pi will be volunteering at the ITC to educate kids about engineering. Information and sign ups found here.

Saturday, February 1, 2014

Spring 2014 Events

General Interest Meeting

Welcome back to Binghamton fellow engineers! The Binghamton Bioengineers will be holding a General Interest meeting on Monday, February 3rd at 6pm in the Watson Commons. Pizza will be served, so come on down for news and information about BBE and the newly formed BMES (Biomedical Engineering Society) chapter on campus.

Business Card/Ice Cream Social

Searching for some productive procrastination? Look no further than the Business Card/Ice Cream social held in the Watson Commons on Monday, February 17th at 6pm. Learn how to customize and design your very own business card online and send in print orders. Don't forget your laptop!

Engineering Week

Engineering week will take place from February 16-27, and what better way to spend that Saturday than volunteering with the Binghamton Bioengineers and Tau Beta Pi? Information and sign ups listed here.

Monday, October 21, 2013

Corn Maze and Class Scheduling

BBE Goes to a Corn Maze!
Come join BBE as we visit a corn maze in Newark Valley for some authentic autumn fun! Here's a link to the corn maze website for more information. Please fill out this form to sign up.

Class Scheduling
It's that time of the semester again: class scheduling! Come to the Watson Commons on Monday, November 4th at 6:00pm for information and advice regarding class scheduling for the Spring 2014 semester.


Monday, May 13, 2013

End of the Year Final Notes!

What are you doing this summer?
BBE wishes everyone the best of luck with finals this week! We also hope that you have an awesome summer! Current BE students: we'd love to hear what you're doing this summer, whether that be relaxing by the poolside, working at a fast food place, interning at an Engineering firm, or participating in an REU. Please take a couple of minutes to fill out the following survey here.

Semester Feedback
We'd love to hear what you thought of this semester's activities! Please take a couple of minutes to fill out this form so that we can improve next year! :)

Seniors: What are you doing next year?
As bioengineering students, we've talked about the importance of networking. In order to create a strong tie with the BE alum, we'd love to hear what you're doing next year! Seniors, please fill out this form so that we can start what will hopefully become a strong network of BE graduates.