BME 4925W Biomedical Engineering Capstone Project Lab

This class has been closed and is no longer open.


BME 4920W and 4925 W are Biomedical Engineering's Capstone Design sequence. Students work in teams to solve problems in human health posed by clinicians and researchers who act as clients. Students work with their clients to define what their device must do and how well it must perform. They then create a solution, build and test a prototype, document their work, and present it to their client and the University community. (Traditional - Deliverable)
BME 4925W: BME 4925W Biomedical Engineering Capstone Project Lab - M 3:30-6:00pm, (75640)
Spring 2020
43 People | 3 Impacts | 220 Hours

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Thanks for a great semester of community engaged scholarship! A few reminders as we head into the last days of classes and finals. You can of course continue to submit hours for your classes until the last day of finals (or, when faculty tell you hours are due) however…
Tomorrow is the last day to submit hours for service awards for this year! If you are graduating, this is especially important so you can get your cords and awards-which will be mailed to you. Anyone who serves 100 or more hours in a year is eligible for an award. Please make sure you log all of your hours today or tomorrow that you want considered for the award. Information on awards can be found here
Please remember when you log hours to add your impact to your community partner and just click the box for your class at the end-not the other way around. You can find step by step instructions on how to add hours here:
And if you’ve submitted hours incorrectly how to edit hours here:

Please remember to make your impacts public and not private so your community partner can approve them. The video also shows that process.
Two additional reminders:
We invite all students to share their experience in each of their community engaged scholarship courses with us. We and our faculty and our community partners and future students benefit from this feedback so please take the time to share it with us. The link to the survey is here:
If your faculty member has told you that your course is participating in the virtual symposium on community engaged scholarship, or if you would just like to present, please check out this blog for how to prepare for the virtual symposium don’t forget to upload your presentation!
If you have trouble uploading please email and I can help you with that process.
Also many students have asked how they can still get more hours by serving virtually because they need them for their course, or because they want to help –there are hundreds of options for virtual service on givepulse check out how to find them in 3 clicks here:
If you are doing/have done service that is not part of a organization-you’ve sewn masks, or you’ve called elderly people in your neighborhood to check up on them-please submit that service here and then click “add impact” and be sure to click the box for your class if you want/need it to count towards hour requirements-you’ll need to write a few sentences of reflection and/or attach a photo for approval.
As a reminder, be sure to log your service hours on a weekly or bi-weekly basis.
Do not wait until the last minute to log your service hours.

When you add an impact on Give Pulse, be sure that you click “Public” and not “Private.” If your impact is set to private, I will not be able to see if it was added correctly (which could impact it's verification) and your professor will not be able to see it. If you have set impacts to Private, please adjust them as soon as possible.

Please let me know if you have any questions.
In last year’s survey of Community Engaged Scholarship, many students said “I wished I had known about Metrorail and Bus to my site, I would have saved lots of money on transportation”. Try out the trip planner and Metro App and get to your site with ease (and less stress on your wallet)
Last class, a student asked about recording past service-hours on Give Pulse.

If you remember the dates and times you volunteered, you are able to log previous service-hours on Give Pulse. If you did the service one or two years ago, I recommend writing a refection to help the community partner remember you. A reflection will help the community partner verify your hours.

Please let me know if you have any questions.
Service waiver link: