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School's out for the Summer

BMES,

This is my last blog of the semester, so I hope everyone\'s semester wraps up well. For all of the graduating BMES members, I wish all of you the best and will miss seeing you around at the BMES events. I would like to take the time to thank our previous officer team from this past year and also congratulate Alex LaVanway on Officer of the Semester. Enjoy your summer!

-Kyle

kwkoehler@wisc.edu

Posted on Sunday, May 11, 2014

Just Another Week

BMES Members,

We have a couple events this week that are of interest to you! First off, if any of the BMES members are applying this semester, then definitely consider the Application Essay Writing Workshop this Tuesday which you can find on the calendar. Our last general meeting is this week and we have a lot of fun things planned including a fabulous slideshow made by Carie.

Study up this week and get ready to enjoy a nice summer break! Have a great week.

-Kyle


Kyle Koehler
University of Wisconsin-Madison, Biomedical Engineering
Biomedical Engineering Society at UW-Madison-President
kwkoehler4@gmail.com
kwkoehler@wisc.edu

Posted on Sunday, May 4, 2014

Farewell, My Friends!!

Hi, BMES!

Well, itís been real team. As the semester winds to its end, so does my term. Its been an honor serving as your president this past year and getting to know everyone. Youíll now begin to receive emails from your wonderful new president, Kyle Koehler.

Iíll still be around next semester, so it's not goodbye for good! Can't wait to see everyone soon.

- Carie

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Carie Fantl
Biomedical Engineering
University of Wisconsin-Madison
President - BMES at UW-Madison
bmes@cae.wisc.edu
http://bmes.slc.engr.wisc.edu/

Posted on Sunday, April 27, 2014

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