Amy’s Lutchen Fellowship highlighted on the BU ENG website

… A case in point is Amy Canham (EE ’11), who described her experience this summer in Zambia investigating ways to collaborate with health professionals to design user-friendly medical technologies that address the particular needs of resource-limited countries. For four weeks, Canham worked closely with her advisor, Assistant Professor Muhammad Zaman (BME), and the Boston University Center for Global Health and Development, in an effort to improve public health in Zambia.

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Muhammad Zaman Selected for Frontiers of Engineering Education Conference

Assistant Professor Muhammad Zaman (BME) was selected as one of 53 innovative early-career educators to participate in the National Academy of Engineering’s second Frontiers of Engineering Education (FOEE) symposium. Chosen from a highly competitive pool of applicants, the attendees were nominated by fellow engineers or deans.

For more information about the National Academy of Engineering’s FOEE symposium, visit this link.

LEED is born!

BME Professor Recognized for Engineering Education Innovation

Assistant Professor Muhammad Zaman (BME) was named as this year’s recipient of the College of Engineering’s Innovative Engineering Education Faculty (IEEF) Fellowship. Based on the IEEF Review Committee’s recommendation, Dean Kenneth R. Lutchen chose Zaman for his achievements as an innovative educator in engineering and his capacity to further enhance engineering education Boston University in a sustainable way.

Prof. Zaman receives funding to support efforts to start the Laboratory for Engineering Education and Development.