Students who have registered for BME 6001 or BIME 6090 are required to attend the seminars. In order to get a pass grade, students should not miss more than two seminars. Students are allowed to compensate for missing up to two Biomedical Engineering program seminars by attending equivalent seminars and submit a 200 words report to Dr. Teja Guda before the last day of the class for the semester.
The objective of this class is to broaden students’ academic horizons, deepen their understanding of one’s own research area, and learn presentation skills.
Dept. of Civil & Environmental Engineering
Biotechnology Science and Engineering Building (BSE), Room 1.202
One UTSA Circle
San Antonio, TX 78249
The faculty of the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering are committed to excellence in teaching, research, and service to the community and the engineering profession. The Civil and Environmental Engineering Department’s mission is to provide our students an education that integrates fundamental science and engineering skills with design principles to solve engineering problems. Our programs provide students opportunities for graduate education, to acquire life-long learning skills, and to participate in research that advances the discipline and benefits society. Students will be prepared to become professional engineers and leaders in the Civil and Environmental Engineering profession.
To be a premier public research university, providing access to educational excellence and preparing citizen leaders for the global environment.