The student chapter of North Carolina A&T State University’s Society For Biomaterials is hosting Biomaterials Day 2016 as the Chapter’s inaugural event on May 5th, from 8:30 am to 4 am in Fort-IRC 410. Biomaterials Day at NCAT is a one-day symposium consisting of a plenary address from Dr. William Wagner and speaker presentations from academia as well as industry representatives. Graduate and Undergraduate students from interdisciplinary majors will present their research in oral/poster format. The objectives of this SFB chapter is to enhance student interest in biomaterials and related disciplines, to promote advancement of biomaterials research and education and its related aspects, and to further the aims and objectives of the SFB as they relate to student research and education. Our theme for this year is: “Innovative Processing of Biomaterials from Lab Bench to Industry and Entrepreneurship”.
Student Leadership Council News
June 6, 2015
"Welcome to the 2014-2015 issue of the student-generated ERC-RMB newsletter. Our center continued to expand the level of scientific research being conducted on our campuses while simultaneously creating a positive impact on our communities. The Student Leadership Council (SLC) is pleased to report our past year’s exceptional progress we have made including research activities, educational and outreach efforts, and student accomplishments..."
May 30, 2014
Welcome to the fifth student-generated newsletter of the Engineering Research Cen-ter for Revolutionizing Metallic Biomaterials (ERC-RMB). Our Gen 3 ERC’s mission is to transform current medical and surgical treat-ments by creating "smart" implants to im-prove treatments for orthopedic, craniofa-cial, and cardiovascular ailments coupled with the development of a vibrant, diverse workforce well-prepared for the multidiscipli-nary and global challenges and opportunities of the new millennium.
Over the years of the ERC-RMB’s existence, it has been incredibly satisfying for me per-sonally to observe the growth in maturity and communications skills of our Student Leadership Council membership as they rally behind the Center philosophy "One Team, One Dream" and report on the Center’s out-standing accomplishments on multiple fronts. My colleagues and I are truly excited about the intellectual growth and leadership of these ERC-RMB students—our next-generation innovators and thinkers.
List of ERC student recognitions and awards during 2013-2014 reporting year.
Welcome to the Spring 2013 issue of the student-produced ERC-RMB newsletter. This is an exciting time for our ERC as we continue to increase in both the level of scientific research being performed on our campuses and the impact we have on our communities. The Student Leadership Council (SLC) is pleased to report the outstanding progress of both research activities and educational and outreach efforts.
This issue of the newsletter highlights the global presence, accomplishments, and collaborative research efforts taking place within our dynamic Center. Featured articles include updates on student travel to international conferences held in Italy and India. The strong representation and numerous accomplishments of the SLC at the 2012 ERC Annual Meeting are also highlighted. The SLC was also able to host two separate workshops on Sensors and Craniofacial Devices as sessions during Student Retreats to increase the awareness of research accomplishments and to provide increased opportunities for collaboration among participating institutions.
As always, we greatly appreciate and commend the effort put forth by our newsletter editor, Da-Tren Chou, as well as the continued support and excellent guidance from the ERC leadership team.
More Student Leadership Council News:
- ERC-RMB Student Association Newsletter (Year 3) released (Apr 21, 2011)
- First ERC Newsletter is released (Jan 30, 2010)
- ERC Student-Faculty Day held in Greensboro (Sep 21, 2009)