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We are accepting Applications for our Fall 2024 Clinical Engineering Internship Program

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Job Search: BME Department Head

The University of Connecticut seeks an outstanding leader and mentor to serve as Head of the Biomedical Engineering Department.

The successful candidate will be a senior faculty with strong management skills, a driving collaborative spirit, a shared vision for excellence, and a demonstrated capability to lead a highly impactful, extramurally funded research program.

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Biomedical Engineers Expand Skillsets Through Clinical Program

During her junior year, biomedical engineering major Danielle McGeary ’07 (ENG) felt unsure about her post-UConn plans. The self-proclaimed extrovert knew her ideal work environment would involve surrounding herself with people, not being confined to a laboratory or desk. While researching her options, McGeary attended a presentation about the role clinical engineers play—working alongside doctors and nurses to make hospitals safer and more efficient....

 

Read more of this article featured in UConn Today here

Twenty-four graduate students are enrolled in the University of Connecticut’s (UConn) Clinical Engineering Internship Program, where they complete graduate level engineering courses while working as a clinical engineering intern. The students graduate with a Master of Science in biomedical engineering. (Photo by Christopher LaRosa)

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The Cato T. Laurencin Institute for Regenerative Engineering at UConn Selects Dr. Kristin Morgan, To Be One of Four Presidential M1 Mentorship Program Awardees

The Cato T. Laurencin Institute for Regenerative Engineering at UConn, in conjunction with the Office of the Provost, has selected the 2023 Presidential M1 Mentorship Program Awardees. The program aims to create a national model for best practices in the mentorship of underrepresented students and faculty in the sciences, engineering and biomedicine.

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Nukavarapu Named 2023 Distinguished Engineering Educator

The University of Connecticut is proud to announce that on April 20, Professor Syam Nukavarapu was selected as the winner of the 2023 Distinguished Engineering Educator Award for his dedication to high-quality engineering education, novel pedagogical methods, and personal professional development.

Please join us in congratulating Dr. Nukavarapu!

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