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KSL: BYU team takes second in national cybersecurity competition

April 26, 2016

After winning regionals in March, a group of eight BYU Information Technology students recently took second place in the national Cyber Defense Competition. In an intense two-day competition, the team had to protect a mock company's infrastructure from malicious hackers, all while keeping critical services online and protecting private information. 

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MASS Archival Scanning System

Daily Herald: Students' project revolutionizes BYU library digitization

April 25, 2016

Staff at the Harold B. Lee Library at Brigham Young University could scan special collections documents for eight hours a day with perfect efficiency and still not have all the documents digitized within 20 years. It’s a long process, but it used to be a lot longer. MASS, the Mass Archival Scanning System, was created by a group of seven engineering students for their senior capstone project and sponsored by the library as a way to quicken the process of digitizing documents.

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Daily Herald: BYU Mars rover headed to international competition

April 25, 2016

In June, an engineering team from BYU will be one of 30 colleges from around the world to compete in the Mars Society’s University Rover Challenge in Hanksville, Utah. The competition was cut down from 64 teams. For the past three years, BYU's team has placed in the top three.

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Dam in Spring City

Engineering students present hydroelectric plant upgrades to city council

April 20, 2016

BYU civil engineering students recently met with Spring City council members to present their findings on how to upgrade the city's hydro plant. For their senior capstone project, the students have been figuring out how to improve the plant's output and efficiency.

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WE@BYU Research Mentorship program helped Tenli Waters pursue a master's and Ph.D.

Going the distance: WE@BYU research mentorship spurs student on to higher degrees

April 20, 2016

BYU civil engineering student Tenli Waters, participated in the WE@BYU Research Mentorship program throughout the four years she spent as an undergraduate student. Now, she is receiving her master's degree and will move on to her PhD coursework next fall at BYU. The mentorship program provided a platform that allowed Tenli to succeed in her studies.

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BYU engineers awarded prestigious NSF fellowships

April 15, 2016

Five students from the BYU Ira A. Fulton College of Engineering and Technology were awarded fellowship from the National Science Foundation's Graduate Research Fellowship Program (GRFP).

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BYU industrial design students gather for a workshop presented by two conceptual designers from the Netherlands.

Industrial design symposium prepares students for professional life

April 13, 2016

The annual BYU Industrial Design Symposium gave students an opportunity to have their portfolios reviewed by professionals, network and engage in presentations offered by successful professionals from around the world.

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Cheryl Woo and McKay

Engineering students build adult-sized bike trailer for professor's son with cerebral palsy

March 31, 2016

A team of BYU students dedicated their Capstone project to helping 18-year old McKay Mitton, who has cerebral palsy, enjoy the outdoors again. It's been hard for McKay and his family to find a bike trailer/jogging stroller that fits him, so the group of engineers did what they do best: they invented one.

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BYU President Kevin J Worthen

Leadership and inspiration through the power of councils

March 29, 2016

The Weidman Center for Global Leadership hosted its second leadership lecture of the semester on March 24. BYU President Kevin J Worthen spoke to students about the power of councils and how they can help leaders achieve success.

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Professor Julie Crockett

ME professor to give women-in-scholarship lecture

March 28, 2016

On Mar. 31, Julie Crockett, associate professor of mechanical engineering, will deliver the 2016 Alice Louise Reynolds Women-In-Scholarship Lecture. Her presentation, entitled Bouncing and Boiling Droplets on Slippery Superhydrophobic Surfaces, will be at 2 p.m. in the Harold B. Lee Library Auditorium. View video of the extemely waterproof surfaces Crockett researches. 

 

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