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Teaching a Hands-on Biomedical Instrumentation Course Jointly at Two Institutions
The Biomedical Engineering (BME) department at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (UNC) has taught a microcontroller applications course for many years. In this course, students learn how to program a...
Utilizing the Best Practices of the ExCEEd Teaching Methodology in a Bioengineering Curriculum
The ExCEEd (Excellence in Civil Engineering Education) teaching workshops are an annual week long workshop sponsored by the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) to help professors throughout civil engineering down...
Designing Magnetic Resonance Imaging Curriculum for Undergraduates
A new hands-on curriculum developed at Vanderbilt University focuses on teaching medical imaging, specifically magnetic resonance imaging(MRI). This material was designed to engage students in real world applications of...
Suitability of an Undergraduate Curriculum in Biomedical Engineering for Premedical Study
We sought to determine whether our Biomedical Engineering (BME) basic sciences curriculum would be accepted as fulfilling the de facto basic science requirements for admission to medical school, with a particular...
Designing a Software Environment for Visual Learning in Introductory Chemical Engineering Classes
The material and energy balance class is frequently the gateway class in chemical engineering. Statistics over the past 23 years at this school show that 35% of the students who enroll in the material/energy balance...
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