Reimagining Biomedical Engineering Education
The mission of i2i e3l is to enhance undergraduate and graduate student learning, engagement, and workforce development by transforming biomedical engineering education through scholarship and research of innovative teaching and learning practices and technologies.
The driving impetus is to ensure students achieve technical and professional mastery with a purpose – namely to develop products, devices, systems, and services that improve patient outcomes and quality of life as well as address healthcare and societal challenges of the 21st century.
In the News
Faculty-driven review leads to biomedical curriculum redesign, Texas A&M University Engineering News, December 5, 2022.
A unique approach to faculty-driven, data-informed curriculum continuity in Biomedical Engineering, Institute for Engineering Education and Innovation News, February 24, 2022.