Monthly Archives: April 2017

Final Thoughts

I chose the GMI program because of its unique focus on the design of medical devices for a global market. I expected a lot of new experiences and opportunities to learn, and the past year has far exceeded these expectations. … Continue reading

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El Final

Time has finally  come for my final blog post. I am having a hard time thinking on how to close my experience here at Rice, in the GMI program, mostly because I feel like I am about to begin the … Continue reading

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Closing the Semester

Wrapping up the semester, and the program overall, has been quite the task. In my last post, I talked about all these steps I was taking prior to the end of the semester. Now that classes have ended, I can … Continue reading

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The Final Two Weeks of GMI

In September, just three months into the program, I was asked to describe my experiences in GMI in three words. I said the GMI program was eye-opening, comprehensive, and rewarding. Now, almost 8 months later at the end of the program, I … Continue reading

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Reflections

Final GMI Blog It’s been almost eleven months since I came to Houston and started the GMI program. It’s been challenging, rewarding, and an experience I’ll never forget. I’ve learned and grown both as a person and as an engineer … Continue reading

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Costa Rica Experience

Last weekend, I was able to take a short trip back to Costa Rica with Michael and Dr. Richardson. As Michael explained in his post, the goal of this trip was to meet with potential end users of our DialOasis … Continue reading

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