Thank you for your interest in connecting with researchers in our Biomedical Engineering community at Colorado State University.
Collaborative opportunities are endless at the School of Biomedical Engineering. Below, you will find a short list of examples on how you can collaborate with the School.
SPONSOR A SENIOR DESIGN PROJECT. Are you looking to find support for the design, modification, or development of a new product, process, testing apparatus, or system? If so, we can help! Learn more about Corporate Sponsorship of BME Capstone Senior Design Projects. Engineering Days (E-Days) is a long-standing tradition of CSU excellence which allows senior undergraduate students an opportunity to showcase the completion of their senior design projects.
HOST A STUDENT CLUB FIELD TRIP. Field trips enrich the lives and experiences of the students and supplement the lessons learned in the classroom. Acquiring knowledge in a practical and real world manner helps to reinforce topics. Tours of your company can last 1-4 hours and include speakers from your organization. If you’d like to host a student club field trip, contact Brett.Beal@colostate.edu.
PARTICIPATE IN CAREER FAIRS. The annual Engineering Career Fair is a valuable opportunity, both for the students and for the companies that participate. Companies can meet a large pool of qualified applicants for current openings and build and applicant pool for future openings. At the fair, your company can conduct dozens of short, informal interviews and give extra attention to strong candidates. To participate in career fairs, contact Brett.Beal@colostate.edu.
ATTEND EVENTS AND LECTURES. By attending SBME events and lectures, you not only expand your own knowledge, but provide an opportunity for our students to meet and converse with industry professionals. To inquire about upcoming events, contact Brett.Beal@colostate.edu.
NETWORK WITH ENGINEERING PROFESSIONALS. SBME has a social media presence. Connect with us on LinkedIn, Friend us on Facebook, and Like Us on Instagram. Join now to stay in touch, learn more about our programs and research, and interact with other professionals in the biomedical industry.
POST A JOB OPENING. Does your company have an opening you would like to share with SBME alumni and students? If so, please post the job description on SBME’s LinkedIn Job Board, or contact Allison.Robin@colostate.edu.
PROMOTE THE SBME PROGRAM. Promotion is easy! As a advocate, you can take the time to listen to a teenager’s engineering career goals and promote the School of Biomedical Engineering, educate and create understanding of a support for SBME, promote SBME offerings and events through your corporation’s or professional association’s newsletter, or mention SBME on a social media thread.
PROVIDE AN INTERNSHIP. As competition for jobs increase, it will become even more important for students to have internship opportunities to market themselves. Interns also provide organizations with bright minds eager to learn and contribute. Help a student gain exposure to the professional world and offer an internship. For more information on how to set up an internship, contact Brett.Beal@colostate.edu.