“What has been your favorite memory of BME at Georgia Tech so far?”
Hannah Geil, our new Senior Editor, responded as follows.
“During the first week in BMED 2250, I had no idea what to expect. I quickly learned that this class would involve a process practiced in leading BME companies worldwide. We spent the semester brainstorming, innovating, designing, prototyping, testing, and creating. The pressures of competition pushed us to deliver the best that we could offer. It wasn’t until the final presentation when I took a minute to step back and reflect on how far each group had come, that I realized that the students surrounding me are going to impact the world. I heard project proposals that day, and my heart started beating a little faster, affirming that I chose the right major.”
– Hannah Geil (Senior Editor of the Pioneer)