Moritz Lange discusses his extracurricular work with UW Dream Project, Tau Beta Pi, and Bioengineers without Borders.
Julio discusses his decision to double major in bioengineering and math and his passion for teaching and mentoring others.
Kayla Hogan discusses her volunteer experience at a homeless shelter and at Children's Hospital, and her plans to continue volunteering after graduation.
John Buchholz discusses his experience in Dr. Pollack's lab and traveling abroad to complete a research internship in Australia.
Bella Spielmann discusses discovering bioengineering after volunteering in a children's hospital Cambodia while she was in high school, and how this experience led her to her current research developing low-cost diagnostics for global health with the Lutz lab.
Philip Walczak discusses his experience managing rowing with bioengineering and plans to pursue a D.D.S./Ph.D. after graduation.
David McIntyre discusses his experience with Engineers Without Borders and his global health research passions.
Jerusalem Kifelew discusses her experience participating in campus organizations committed to diversity, her research studying Alzheimer's disease with stem cells in a neurology lab, and her plans to pursue a career in consulting after graduation.
Michael Butler shares how a math academy summer camp led him to discover the BioE major, and pursue a double major in Applied and Computational Math Sciences. He talks about his experience studying abroad, his and his plans to teach English in Spain after graduation, and later pursue a career in industry and graduate school.
Atrina Gharai discusses her motivation to study bioengineering and neurobiology as a premed and her research in the Kim lab, and offers advice for students to explore their interests through extracurricular activities.