Engman Fellowship in Bioengineering
The Engman Fellowship Program aims to create a vibrant learning environment for students to explore cutting-edge research in the field of bioengineering. Several components come together to create this environment, including interdisciplinary projects, team-based learning, and an emphasis on mentoring at all levels. Every Engman Fellow has the opportunity to present their work at a professional meeting. This Program is made possible by Robert and Mary Jane Engman, who own Opto 22 in Temecula, Calif., and share our values for undergraduate education.