Class Changes for Fall 2019
DUE to new curriculum implementation.
Please see REVISED equivalency sheet attached.
Controls and Overrides: The following BENG classes for Fall 2019 have controls:
BENG 214, 230, BENG 320, BENG 330/331, BENG 360, BENG 370/371, BENG 420, BENG 391.
The controls will be lifted on May 21st at 10 am.
Students who will take BENG 492 in fall 2019 or spring 2020,
please email me for an
override of BENG 391 (which replaces BENG 491). Students who are graduating in fall
and still need BENG 420 please email me as well for an override.
MATH 203 BIOE section:
Is mandatory and needs an override from me. Please email
[log in to unmask] for an override.
BIOL 213 BIOE section:
For BIOE students in fall 2019, includes additional material in preparation of higher BENG classes.
Want to take a 5XX class?
You need to fill out this form and have your instructor sign. Then bring it to our office:
Appointments with your Advisor:
Use the appointment system SSC Campus -
Walk ins Week of April 15th:
April 15th from 3-4pm. April 17th from 2-3:30pm
Please make use of the walk ins. They can also be looked up on Navigate.
May and August 2019 Graduates:
Important information about timelines and the entire graduation process can be found at
Gowns for Grads
- lends commencement regalia to students that are unable to purchase their own cap and gown. The Spring 2019 Gowns for Grads application is now open. New this
semester is an option for anyone affected by the furlough to apply for the program. Students can go to
https://ulife.gmu.edu/students/gowns-for-grads-lending-program/ to apply. The deadline is May 6, 2019 and applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis. Any questions can be
directed to [log in to unmask] or to Adrienne Thompson, at
[log in to unmask].
Health and Science Industry Week
| April 15th – April 19th| Spend a week exploring careers in health and/or science! Talk to people who have been there, discover opportunities, meet employers, and go behind the scenes to find out what it takes
to work in these fast - growing fields. https://gmu.joinhandshake.com/events/244053/share_preview
VSE UG Research Celebration
| April 16th | 5:30-8:30 pm Dewberry Hall
Ask Me Anything | April 18th | 4:30-6:30 pm Krasnow, Great Room, How does The Big Bang Theory get their equations right? Who consulted about the tech in The Avengers? Ask Ann! Join the IBI for appetizers and
an “Ask Me Anything” session with Ann Merchant of The Science & Entertainment Exchange. RSVP:
Dr. David Hamilton | Neuroscience Software Engineer, Northrop Grumman - Thursday, April 18th |12pm-1:00pm| Krasnow,
Title: Biologically Inspired Engineering Solutions for Finance and Defense
Dr. Frank Krueger | CENTEC - Friday, April 19th |1:00pm| Krasnow, Room 229
Dr. Samir Mitragotri | Hiller Professor of Bioengineering, Hansjorg Wyss Professor of Biologically Inspired
Engineering, John A. Paulson School of Engineering & Applied Sciences, Wyss Institute, Harvard University,
Thursday, April 25th |12pm-1:00pm| Krasnow, Room 229
Title: Understanding and Overcoming Biological Barriers for Drug Delivery
Health Administration: TCF Biomedical Engineering Position
|Application Deadline 4/17/2019:
The Department of Veterans Affairs is offering a unique career opportunity in Biomedical (Clinical) Engineering that invites qualified candidates with drive and commitment to serve
a very special class of citizens – our nation’s Veterans. The Technical Career Field (TCF) Trainee Program is a two-year program that develops Biomedical Engineers to be effective Program Managers in a VA Medical Center. These fulltime positions provide salary,
benefits, focused training and travel.
[FLYER] How to build
a resume in USAJOBS: Since building a resume is very important, this is a guide that will help you build one effectively step by step.
Are you doing an internship this summer, were you accepted to a special program? LET US KNOW. We want to know what you do!
Do you have a Linkedin account? Check out what Linked in can do for you:
Peer Mentor Center
| ENGR 2614| Mo-Th: 10:00 am – 6:00 pm, Fr: 10:00 am – 2:00 pm
Come and sign up for free tutoring. For more information click
|Nguyen Engineering Building ENGR 2800|
Mondays and Wednesdays: Dorothy Hayden is our newest Industry Advisor in University Career Services. She will be working with Mason students interested
in working in all engineering fields, as well as construction, manufacturing & transportation, and employers in these industries
Scheduled Appointments all day Monday and Wednesday, ENGR 2800:
Drop-ins: 2:30-4:30 pm Thursday ENGR 2800
Other times: SUB I 3400
Mason’s source for jobs, internships, workshops, & career fairs.
Elena’s Student Scholarships for Well-Being
| Applications can be found
Deadline is April 17th, 2019.