ThroughActivate, Rhode Island based startups (or startups planning to locate to RI) can apply to be awarded professional services valued between $20,000-$37,000 to fill gaps in their business plan in preparation for successful fundraising. ResusciTech aims to give everyone the confidence and capability to perform CPR anywhere and take action during emergencies through a CPR feedback app.
"I’ve enjoyed how focused my graduate year has been on pursuits and activities that will prepare me for an engineering and design career. The opportunity to complete independent thesis work is the primary reason I chose to pursue a master’s degree."
PhD candidate Ben Wilks ‘15 and undergraduate student Braxton Morrison ‘21 recently attended the Out in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (oSTEM) annual conference in Detroit, Michigan. The conference was attended by over 800 students and professionals in STEM fields and took place November 14-17.
February 5, 2020American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons
Braden C. Fleming, PhD, will be presented the Orthopaedic Research and Education Foundation (OREF) Clinical Research Award at the upcoming 2020 Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons (AAOS) in Orlando, Fla. The award recognizes outstanding clinical research related to musculoskeletal disease or injury.
Three PhD students, one master's student, and one undergraduate student defended their theses this winter. The graduate degrees will be conferred in February. The undergraduate midyear completion celebration took place on December 7th, and a diploma will be awarded in May. Congratulations to the new graduates!
Master's student Joshua Daniel '18 (center) placed 4th in the RI Business Plan Competition Elevator Pitch Contest. He pitched Blossom Therapies, a licensed patented technology that aims to ease the anxiety and difficulty of transdermal drug delivery by utilizing a novel touch actuated micropump.