BENG 421/521 –
Tissue Engineering has been rescheduled to MWF at 8:30 am-9:20 am. We have noticed that the registration for our BIOE Technical Electives have been low. Many of the classes will give you a prerequisite error and shouldn’t.
So if you can’t register for a Bioengineering class other than the ones listed below please let me know. Even after May 21st, they may give you a prerequisite error due to the new catalog entries.
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 NOW (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:
Please be advised that BENG 501 requires that the student is involved in an active research project with a research advisor.
Appointments with your Advisor:
Use the appointment system SSC Campus -
Walk ins Week of April 22nd:
April 24th from 1:30pm – 3:00 pm. Many appointments available now.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
Class Changes for Fall 2019
DUE to new curriculum
implementation. Please see
REVISED equivalency sheet attached.
Patriot Pitch – Spring 2019
| May 3rd | 1:00-4:00 pm MIX@Fenwick, To our BIOE entrepreneurs: Patriot Pitch, Spring 2019 (https://sites.google.com/view/patriot-pitch/spring-2019) is
the sixth edition of a business idea competition organized by the Laboratory for IT Entrepreneurship (LITE), previously named PITCH IT. The competition
is open to all teams with at least one Mason student.
2019 Just in Time Fair
| May 20th | 3:00-6:00 pm Dewberry Hall, JC. Don’t have a summer internship yet? The 2019 Just in Time Fair is open to all employers recruiting for all types of openings - part time, full time, internships and summer
positions. All students and alumni will be invited to this event. Check for details and employers attending:
BENG and CASBBI SEMINARS
Yon Visell | Assistant Professor, UC, Santa Barbara
Wednesday, May 1st |1:00pm| Peterson Family Health Sciences Hall, Room 2000
Title: Haptics: Science and Engineering for Touch at Multiple Scales
Dr. Biswartup Mukherjee | Research Faculty, Bioengineering
Friday, May 3rd |1:00pm| Krasnow, Room 229
Joshua Plotkin | Stony Brook University, Thursday, May 9th |12pm-1:00pm| Krasnow, Room 229
Title: Dendritic synaptic integration in striatal spiny projection neurons and compulsive behaviors
Dr. Luke Osborn | Johns Hopkins University
Friday, May 10th |1:00pm| Krasnow, Room 229
engineering Research for Active military and Veterans (BRAVe): 10-week summer research program | Application Deadline 4/25/2019
The Biomedical engineering Research for Active military and Veterans (BRAVe) program at the University of Texas at San Antonio is a 10-week summer research program that engages undergraduate students in research
relevant to medical needs of active duty military or veterans. This program is open to
civilian, veterans and active duty military who are currently undergraduate students.
The program is 10 weeks, from early June to August. Students will receive a stipend, an option for housing support and support for travel to and from San Antonio. In addition, students will receive support
for travel to the annual meeting of the Biomedical Engineering Society
Imaging and Technology Alliance (MITA): Application Deadline 5/24/2019
The Medical Imaging & Technology Alliance is the collective voice of medical imaging equipment and radiopharmaceutical manufacturers, innovators and product developers.
It represents companies whose sales comprise more than 90 percent of the global market for medical imaging technology.
Compensation: Interns are paid a stipend unless they are receiving academic credit, in which case they may be unpaid. The stipend is $1,000.00 per month.
Weekly schedule 20 hours per week.
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Peer Mentor Center
| ENGR 2614| Mo-Th: 10:00 am – 6:00 pm, Fr: 10:00 am – 2:00 pm
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|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.