Martine LaBerge leads Clemson University bioengineering to new heights
Clemson University article highlights Martine LaBerge's 17-year career at the university.LaBerge said that in her 17 years leading Clemson University's bioengineering department, she has learned something about leadership that she passes on to colleagues who are just starting down the same path, according to the article.
“I tell them it's all about people,” she said. “You get people aligned under one roof to believe in one brand and to have a mission that is focused on something other than themselves.”
LaBerge, chair of the Department of Bioengineering, talks leadership in her office in Rhodes Engineering Research Center.
A new award has brought leadership sharply into focus for LaBerge, who has served as chair of the bioengineering department since 2002.
The Biomedical Engineering Society recently honored LaBerge with the inaugural Herbert Voigt Distinguished Service Award. The honor recognizes her extraordinary service to the society through volunteering and leadership.
It's the latest of many milestones in a career devoted to advancing the field of bioengineering and turning Clemson's bioengineering department into a powerhouse of education and research.
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