Student Spotlight: Menansili Mejooli
Menansili Mejooli is a doctoral student in biomedical engineering from Arusha, Tanzania. After earning his undergraduate degree in Shanghai, China, he decided to pursue further education at Cornell after a chance encounter with former Cornell graduate students while working at the Arusha Technical College in Tanzania. Get to know him in this spotlight on the Cornell Graduate School website.
"I have been able to conduct research in a lab and be a teaching assistant for two courses. I believe that the BME major helped a lot when I was applying to Ph.D. programs, in that I could discuss current research with professors at a high level due to the number of papers I have read for my classes." Read more about Alexander Sorets, B.S. '19
"Being able to interact closely with world-class faculty—each with their own fascinating backgrounds and research areas—was something I didn’t expect to have at my disposal when I first began my undergraduate career. I learned to appreciate it even more when I learned that students in larger majors didn’t have the same connections with their professors as BME students do." Read more about Paula Fraczek, B.S. '19