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As an alumnus from the Marquette University and Medical College of Wisconsin Joint Department of Biomedical Engineering, you have the insight and ability to contribute meaningfully to the BME department. Whether you wish to participate in the vibrant alumni associations at Marquette and the Medical College of Wisconsin, assist with recruiting future students, or are interested in becoming a faculty member, we greatly value your continued leadership and support in educating future generations of biomedical engineers, scientists and physicians.
We encourage you to get and stay connected with former classmates and faculty members and learn about the current programs offered within the BME department. We provide several methods for you to stay connected to the Biomedical Engineering Department, and we invite you to subscribe to our publications, including Marquette Magazine, MCW Magazine and MCW Alumni News.
If you’re looking to get involved in the continued success of the Joint Department of Biomedical Engineering, there are many opportunities available to you, including channeling your feedback into our research and education programs, becoming a member of our advisory board or advising students on how to efficiently and effectively address the biomedical engineering challenges and opportunities of today and the future.
Since our alumni are a critical part of the legacy and future of our program, we are always interested in sharing news and achievements from our alumni. Perhaps you or one of your fellow classmates have just been awarded a grant, or you have been recognized for an award or achieved a major accomplishment. If so, we encourage you to provide us with information so that we can share your successes.
Making a financial contribution is one way you can help further the work of the Joint Department of Biomedical Engineering. You can sponsor a faculty member or work in a specific area of your choosing, provide support to resources that are shaping healthcare proficiency and improving patient care, or directly impact cutting-edge research like nanotechnology or cellular- and molecular-level biomedical research.