Welcome to Mechanical & Biomedical Engineering's page! This is where we show what our students, faculty and alumni are doing and what great events and experiences are taking place on our campus at Boise State University.
Feel free to share! The Department of Mechanical & Biomedical Engineering at Boise State's College of Engineering prepares students for the rewards and challenges of a career in the multi-faceted field of mechanical and biomedical engineering. The curriculum was carefully developed with input from engineering professionals to provide a sound foundation in basic engineering while enabling students
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You would think that products designed for use with infants would have the most stringent of safety testing. You would be WRONG! Join us on Friday, September 17 at Noon in MEC 106 to learn about product safety, the responsibilities of engineers, and safety in design with Dr. Erin Mannen.
Is baby equipment REALLY safety tested? [Inspire ME] When you purchase a consumer product off the shelves of a big box store, you probably assume it has undergone rigorous testing to ensure it is safe. For some products, there is little or no regulation from a safety perspective. Join us as we look at safety in the engineering of baby products, an e...
Calling Idaho high school juniors! Apply now for our Idaho Science and Aerospace Scholars (ISAS) program, a STEM course provided at no cost to the student! Apply by November 1, 2021: https://www.sde.idaho.gov/academic/isas/
ISAS is a competitive program that allows high school juniors to take an engaging online NASA-developed course on Space Exploration through the Idaho Digital Learning Alliance that teaches a broad range of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) skills! This graded course consists of eight online units and a semester project allowing students to build their knowledge of space exploration and its relationship to Idaho STEM. Master educators will work with students online throughout the course. At the completion of the course, students will have the opportunity to participate in a regional gathering Capstone Celebration at the University of Idaho, Idaho National Laboratory, at Idaho State University, and with the Idaho National Guard at Gowen Field. Based on their performance in this course, students will be invited to participate in a week-long summer academy at Boise State University and NASA Ames Research Center in California. Students will receive one high school science elective credit for successful completion of the online curriculum or may register for (2) concurrent credits for a fee through Boise State University. In the event that in person activities are not advisable due to safety or health concerns, alternative virtual events will be available.
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Want to attend a professional conference for free? Interested in an internship that really flies? How about setting the content of a new class? There are lots of ways to gt involved and have resume-building experiences!
Mark your calendars for all the upcoming events and opportunities.
Leave your mark on the future by being a part of the courses development team for Mechanics of Materials Lab. Read for more details on the position.
MBE hiring for ME 301 L Dear MBE undergraduate students, The MBE department is looking for a motivated ME student to...
Bronco Welcome is still running, but we already have some ME teams who have won valuable prizes! Also, this week you have the chance to learn about project management and how it makes you a more effective leader! Finally, join the newly reorganized HVAC Club to see what opportunities for networking, experience and leadership they offer.
Congratulations to Scott Birks and Tim Phero on their outstanding work with MSE 245L! Scott works in the ME Mechanical Adaptations Laboratory with Dr. Uzer. Tim graduated from ME as a a Top Ten Scholar in 2013. Both are outstanding examples of the folks who are solving problems here in the College of Engineering!
Materials science engineering faculty and students' success with remote laboratory learning - Boise State News – Story by Angela Fairbanks, content writer in the College of Health Sciences Hands-on laboratory...
It takes more than good classroom grades to make you a desirable engineer. It takes experience! It takes skills! It takes connections! It takes teamwork! You can get all of this and more by participating in student organizations. Join us this Friday to hear from our engineering clubs about what they offer and how you can get involved. Time to get your hands dirty!
INSPIRE ME SEMINAR
August 27 at noon in MEC 106
Make time to get your hands dirty! [Inspire ME] You became an engineer because you wanted to make things, right? So join your peers to learn how you can begin doing that starting with your very first semester!
It's TIME! Grab a partner, grab a popsicle, and join the Photo Scavenger Hunt Challenge at the Engineering complex. Part of the Bronco Welcome activities!
Bronco Welcome Photo Scavenger Hunt - Mechanical and Biomedical Engineering Grab a partner and join us for a photo scavenger hunt of sights and places around the Engineering complex. Can you find them all? Prize drawing for those who participate, including stuff from Trader Joe’s, Jalapeno’s, Blackbox VR, and more! The competition opens Wednesday (8/25) at 8:00 AM and r...
We have new faces in the MBE program! In addition to all of our new Freshman students, we're excited to announce a new department chair and the addition of two new lecturers! Plus check out all the fun during Bronco Welcome! And don't forget to put the Inspire ME seminar on your calendar!
We love seeing the exploits of our students and alumni. Mallory Yates has been involved with NASA since she was a freshman and is loving being a fulltime part of their work as an alumna. Well done, Mallory Yates!
NASA's WB-57 is seen flying in formation with the ER-2 aircraft.
Thomas Parent pilots the WB-57 with NASA sensor equipment operator Mallory Yates (photographed). Tim Williams pilots the ER-2 alongside them.
The aircraft were flying at 55,000 feet over Arkansas in support of two NASA Airborne Science Campaigns designed to study our Earth called ACCLIP and DCOTSS. #NationalAviationDay
📸: NASA/Mallory Yates
About DCOTSS: https://go.nasa.gov/2XwSdBa
About ACCLIP: https://go.nasa.gov/3sECFqI
The countdown has begun! Check out the activities coming up to launch the new school year. Also, check updates on current COVID precautions, internship opportunities, and where you can access some great resources.
The past couple of weeks have been busy on the global (and outer space) front, but the changes at Boise State will have greater impact on our students and faculty. Check out the stories, updates, and the many opportunities available!
Summer is wrapping up, but there are still activities you can access before classes begin. Check out the Undergraduate Research Showcase, apply for the IAC, or look at the webinars out there. We're here for your success!
Congratulations, Boise State alumnus Tais Mitchell! Your research is amazing!
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Got a great idea? Here's a chance to sell it to people who can make it real!
Center for Advanced Energy Studies launches second annual 'shark tank' pitch competition - Boise State News The Center for Advanced Energy Studies (CAES) will hold the first of two information sessions...
Great opportunity for mechanical engineers interested in building systems! Check it out!
Mechanical Engineer-in-Training - Beyond Efficiency Inc. - Mechanical and Biomedical Engineering Beyond Efficiency Inc. is seeking a mechanical engineer with some experience with building systems. Position...
[06/28/21] We're in the midst of a major heatwave, but there are still opportunities that await in the cool of your own home. Check out what's going on!
The Engineering Innovation Studio is one of our greatest resources for teaching hands-on engineering. Stop by for a tour, meet Griff and the rest of the staff, and see how the EIS can make your educational experience exceptional!
Engineering Innovation Studio with Griff Allen
Great opportunity to get exposure to data science tools and resources! Check it out!
Registration is Open: CAES July 2021 Boot Camp in Data Science - Mechanical and Biomedical Engineering July 12-15, 2021 Remote Tutorials and Discussion Panel Introduction to Data Science Tools Registration is...
Cybersecurity seems to be the growing buzzword around the globe. Check out what Boise State is offering to get you the skills you need! Also, consider the microgravity, Industrial Assessment Center, and academic support opportunities.
If you love space and the people who get us there, here's your chance to play a part!
Microgravity, SUITS seeking new members - Mechanical and Biomedical Engineering The Boise State Microgravity and SUITS research teams are looking for new members. Our teams...
Check out the new interdisciplinary Master of Science in Cybersecurity - Mechanical and Biomedical Engineering A new interdisciplinary Master of Science in Cybersecurity was approved by the State Board of...
We're looking for fun and personable students who want to support their peers in the program for fall!
Graders/Peer Educators for Fall 2021 - Mechanical and Biomedical Engineering The Mechanical and Biomedical Engineering department is seeking students to support several courses for Fall...
It's summer! Skies are blue. Breezes are warm. Classes are ... in session again! But does this mean you're on your own for academic support, finding internships, and other resources? Not at all! Check out what's out there!
Things are still changing on campus! Plus news on internships, scholarships, and more.
How much do you think you know about renewable energy? Test your knowledge here!
Have a great summer everyone! Don't forget us, and don't forget to keep checking the newsletter for summer opportunities!
Congratulations to our Biomedical Engineering graduate students on their awards and recognitions!
Graduate College awards ceremony recognizes accomplished Broncos - Boise State News On April 22, Boise State’s Graduate College celebrated graduate student achievement and faculty excellence at...
It's Showcase day! Check out the great projects our students have created and ask them about how they solved some pretty challenging situations! Today at 4PM MDT on Zoom.
Who builds a transmission from scratch? Each semester we invite our seniors to share their capstone design projects with the public. From microwaves to aquaculture to auto transmissions, come ask our students how they approached their challenge, what challenges they encountered, and what new engineering approaches they chose to use in acc...
LEED training is becoming a valuable asset
LEED Green Associate (GA) Training - Mechanical and Biomedical Engineering This semester Leading Green will be hosting identical workshops completely online. The exam can now...
It may be called Dead Week, but there's a lot happening!
Get great hands-on experience next year working in a research lab!
Fall 2021 Research Internships in Mechanical and Biomedical Engineering - Mechanical and Biomedical Engineering Students working with the (clockwise) Northwest Tissue Mechanics lab; Robot Controls lab; Mechanical Adaptations Lab;...
Want a taste of international experience? Check out the GREEN Program offering next week!
GREEN Program's Global Sustainability Expo - April 29 - Mechanical and Biomedical Engineering Tune in for 2x GREEN Alumnus on his experiences in Iceland & Japan. Join us for a live tour of Iceland School of Energy and an overview of a Master’s degree in one of the most sustainable countries on the planet.
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