Alpha Eta Mu Beta

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Alpha Eta Mu Beta (ΑΗΜΒ or AEMB) is a biomedical engineering honor society founded by Dr. Daniel Reneau of Louisiana Tech University, United States, in 1979. The first chapter of AEMB was founded at Louisiana Tech University. Membership of AEMB is offered to the top fifth of juniors and top third of seniors in biomedical engineering, who have completed at least six semester credit hours (or the equivalent) of biomedical engineering courses.

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University Year founded
Arizona State University 2004
Boston University 1994
Case Western Reserve University 2005
Drexel University 2011
Florida International University 2007
Georgia Institute of Technology 2005
Johns Hopkins University 1996
Louisiana Tech University 1976
Marquette University 1993
Milwaukee School of Engineering 1994
North Carolina State University 2010
Purdue University 2010
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute 2002
Rutgers University 2006
Stevens Institute of Technology 2012
The University of Texas at Austin 2014
Texas A&M University 1998
Tulane University 1978
University of Connecticut 2010
University of Illinois at Chicago 2003
University of Iowa 1988
University of Miami 2002
University of Pennsylvania 2006
University of Rochester 2005
University of Pittsburgh 2003
University of Wisconsin–Madison 2005
Vanderbilt University 1998
Virginia Commonwealth University 2005
Washington University in St. Louis 2001
Worcester Polytechnic Institute 2007

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