Infrared technology holds the potential to detect and describe possibly dangerous materials, including nuclear weapons, from a distance. Funded by the U.S. National Nuclear Security Administration, civil engineering's Dr. Gustavious Williams teamed up with Candace Berrett in statistics to find this new infrared technique. Read more.
The prestigious NSF fellowship provides each student with three years of financial support, including a $32,000 annual stipend. The 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).
After 43 years of distinguished service to the university, Ken Forster, the current mechanical engineering projects lab supervisor, is retiring. In appreciation of his time at BYU, Ken has been selected as a 2014 President’s Appreciation Award recipient.