Alpha Eta Mu Beta (AEMB)
is the National Biomedical Engineering Honor Society, founded by Dr.
Daniel Reneau of Louisiana Tech University in 1979. Membership in AEMB
is offered to the top juniors, seniors, and graduate students in
ABET-accredited programs as recognition of their scholarship and
Alpha Eta Mu Beta chapters throughout the country host professional development activities including:
• Industry lectures
• Journal clubs
• Annual National Meeting
• Ethics, public policy, and many other professional development issues
awards are available, with your generous support, for students to
attend professional conferences, including the Annual Biomedical
Engineering Society Meeting (BMES) that occurs concurrently with the
AEMB Annual Grand Meeting.
To continue providing travel
scholarships, workshops, and many other activities, we ask for your
kind and generous sponsorship, be it from industry and the professional
community. AEMB is a recognized 501.3c not-for-profit organization and
donations are tax-deductible.
Types of Sponsorship
Sponsorship may include, but is not limited to:
• Financial contributions towards travel awards and cost of Annual Meeting events
• Programs/workshop materials
• Programs/workshop facilitation
• Internship and scholarship opportunities
• Alumni can volunteer their time to help with workshops, activities, or any other support
will be recognized on the national webpage, www.alphaetamubeta.org, as
well as in our official newsletters and publications.
help us bring better opportunities to our members by making your
contribution today to the future of biomedical engineering!
Mr. Rafeed Chaudhury, BS
AEMB National Student Treasurer
Arizona State University
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