Following in the footsteps of many BYU graduates, these two engineering couples have plans to use their education to serve others. Sara and Cameron Taylor are headed to the MIT Media Lab, a prestigious interdisciplinary research lab. Amy and Charles Wood will return to Peru this summer to conduct NSF-sponsored research about humanitarian engineering. Read more.
BYU Information Technology students took first place at the Collegiate Cyber Defense Competition (CCDC) at the National Information Assurance Training and Education Center at Idaho State University. In addition to the honor of taking first, each member of the four-person team will receive a $1,000 scholarship from the NSA.
The prestigious NSF fellowship provides each student with three years of financial support, including a $32,000 annual stipend. Our college's recipients include current BYU graduate students Kendrick Shepherd (CE) and Thomas Hardin (ME), and alumni Wyatt Felt (ME), Anna Hawes (ChE) and Chad Varner (ChE).