Engineering | School of Biological and Health Systems Engineering

Student Life

ASU’s first team to enter the International Genetically Engineered Machine Competition (iGEM), the premier undergraduate synthetic biology competition, won a bronze medal.

Student Involvement

Your experience with SBHSE happens inside and outside the classroom.  There’s no doubt that extracurricular activities can enhance your college experience. For many, getting involved rekindles their dedication to their studies. How do you find others who may share your interest in science fiction, snowboarding, rugby, or whatever? How do you connect to the various local agencies to become active in the community? ASU has hundreds of organizations and clubs that will help you become involved, or just help you explore any number of hobbies or activities that always sounded interesting. Here are places to take the first step in campus involvement.

Biomedical Engineering Student Clubs

Some of the biomedical engineering groups include The Biomedical Engineering Society (BMES), Engineering World Health and the iGEM team.

Many groups are multi-disciplinary, such as Engineers Without Borders and the Society of Women Engineers.

ASU is also home to EPICS, Engineering Projects in Community Service, a program where teams of students design, build, and deploy systems to solve engineering-based problems for not-for-profit organizations.

Engineering Student Organizations

Learn more about the Student Organizations available to all Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering students.

ASU Student Engagement Opportunities

 Wellness

Are you getting enough sleep? Are you eating the right foods? Are you taking care of yourself? Are you seeking medical assistance when you are ill? Making sure you are doing these things is an important consideration in your being academically successful. The following are some resources to assist you in being well:

 Cultural Diversity

ASU is a diverse institution. This multitude of diversity encompasses such areas as ethnicity, socio-economic status, religion, sexual identity and orientation, and students with disabilities. If you wish to learn more about any of these issues, which often influence your academic experience, there are student services and organizations available to assist you with resources, information and support.