Student Organizations

Biomedical Engineering Society (BMES)

The Biomedical Engineering Society (BMES) student chapter at Colorado State University is a professional society open to all students interested in the vast field of bioengineering. BMES is open to both grad students and undergrads of all majors. 

About BMES

Our Mission is to build and support the biomedical engineering community, locally, nationally and internationally, with activities designed to communicate recent advances, discoveries, and inventions; promote education and professional development; and integrate the perspectives of the academic, medical, governmental, and business sectors.

One of the efforts of BMES CSU is to provide students with technical knowledge that is not provided as part of their curriculum, as well as that enhance their curriculum. These include hosting workshops on various programs, such as SolidWorks, HTML, and Java, as well as on hands-on skills, such as soldering and Arduino/electrical work.

Our Industry Programs involve events that promote the students’ direct participation with industry, such as site tours of company facilities, and presentations given by industry members about their academic and professional journeys, and their respective companies. Our Social Programs are held with the goal of promoting friendly connection between our students in a fun, engaging arena, including events such as our Semester Kick-Off and our Group Study Nights.

To become more involved with the community, BMES CSU actively participates in outreach events that promote STEM fields by providing demonstrations and educating children about the fun in science and engineering, and devoting time to helping elderly members of the Fort Collins community.

Interested in bmes?

For more information or to get involved in BMES, please contact the BMES official email, our President, Secretary, or Academic Advisor.

To get our monthly newsletters and reminders about events, send us an email and let us know that you’d like to be added to our mailing list!

Upcoming Events

Contact Information

1376 Campus Delivery
Colorado State University
Fort Collins, CO 80523-1376
United States

Current Officers

Teryn Degenhart – President

Sarah Maclean – Vice-President

Kieran Simske – Secretary

Nick Peters – Treasurer

Miranda Prince – Outreach Director

Michael Nguyen-Truong – Graduate Liaison

Danielle Kubicek – Internal Affairs Coordinator

Ben Bunten – Student Ambassador

Amy Keisling – ECC Representative

Deb Misuraca – Academic Advisor

Walter Scott, Jr. College of Engineering logo

Scott Bioengineering Building
700 Meridian Ave
Fort Collins, Co 80523-1301
(970) 491-3366