Junior biomedical engineering student Shirali Nigam was recently selected to serve a three-year term on the Education Committee for the National Biomedical Engineering Society (BMES). She is the only undergraduate student on the committee of 11 people. The BMES Education Committee is charged with assessing and providing educational opportunities to enhance professional development, fostering educational best practices, and working with accreditation committees. Shirali also serves as a student member on the internal advisory board for the SEAS Center for Women in Engineering.
January 01, 2019