BE Board

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Welcome to the BE Board's <wikionly>wiki</wikionly><nonwikionly>website.</nonwikionly>. We represent the graduate students of Biological Engineering at MIT. From here, you can find out what we do and what's happening now. <wikionly>As a wiki, you can add content, post pictures from events, participate in discussions etc. To do so, you need an OpenWetWare account. Most BE students already have accounts but if you don't, see this page to sign up. If you are unfamiliar with editing a wiki, check out this getting started tutorial.</wikionly> <nonwikionly>This website is based on a wiki that can be found here. If you are a BE student and have an openwetware account, you can edit that wiki.</nonwikionly> This site replaces our old website<wikionly> and also has a parallel nonwiki version</wikionly>.


Academic events
Community service
Diversity events
Intramural sports
Social events
Student representation

Discussion Forum

iGEM Leader Recruitment
Course 20 T-Shirts
New event fund
Student awards

Upcoming Events

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Recent Announcements

  • 10/5/06 - Please fill out the BE Annual Survey by October 12.
  • 10/4/06 - Second BE Board Newsletter is issued. Nice work Amy and all those who helped!
  • 4/19/06 - BE visiting committee meet with students. The visiting committee give BE a great report to the Institute.

Goals of the BE Board

  • Represent graduate student views and interests to the faculty and the Institute.
  • Take appropriate actions to ensure graduate student views and interests are respected by the department.
  • Maintain and improve graduate student life within the department.
  • Act as liaisons between the graduate students, the undergraduates, the faculty, administration, and the Institute.
  • Promote the unification of the department through social events, academics, and outreach.