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Ryan Woodley speaks to students about leadership.

CEO teaches how to build self, teams and organizations

April 4, 2017

On March 30, the college’s Advancement Council for Engineering and Technology (ACET) led a leadership training meeting for clubs. The training meeting was conducted by members of ACET who taught the students how to better manage time, build great teams and gain leadership skills. Ryan Woodley, BYU alumnus, CEO of Progressive Leasing and member of ACET, was the keynote speaker. His topic was titled, “Building Yourself, Your Peers, and Your Organization.”

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Students pose with awards at TEECA competition

Technology and Engineering Education students win big at national competition

March 30, 2017

BYU’s Technology and Engineering Education students competed in this year's TEECA ITEEA conference and student competitions and took home first place in the technology challenge, the communications challenge, and the problem solving challenge. They also won second place in the teaching and lesson plan challenge. Also, BYU student Joseph Reid was named the ITEEA TEECA Outstanding Student of the Year.

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Elder Peter F. Meurs gives a lecture

General Authority relates engineering project management procedures to real life problems

March 28, 2017

Elder Peter F. Meurs, General Authority Seventy, spoke to students about his engineering background and his work with Fortescue in Northwestern Australia. Meurs shared important lessons he learned while working on several multi-billion-dollar projects with Fortescue and told students how they can apply those lessons to their own lives.

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A group of cyber security students pose for a picture

Gender-balanced cybersecurity team takes first in regional competition

March 27, 2017

BYU's Cybersecurity Team took home first place in the Rocky Mountain Regional Collegiate Cyber Defense Competition for the second year in a row. In a male-dominated competition, BYU's team stood out with four females and four males on the team, being the only gender-balanced team nationwide both this year and last year. 

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A young girl holds an underwater robot over a swimming pool.

Build an underwater robot, learn STEM subjects

March 24, 2017

More than 800 elementary and middle school students plunked down self-built robots in the Lehi Legacy Center pool and maneuvered them through a series of underwater obstacles in the annual Utah Underwater Robotics Competition. BYU engineering and technology faculty and students started the program five years ago to help Utah school children learn STEM principles in a fun setting.

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Man uses a microscope

BYU researchers make flexible glass for tiny medical devices

March 23, 2017

BYU researchers have developed new glass technology that could add a new level of flexibility to the microscopic world of medical devices. Led by electrical engineering professor Aaron Hawkins, the researchers have found a way to make the normally brittle material of glass bend and flex. The research opens up the ability to create a new family of lab-on-a-chip devices based on flexing glass.

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WE@BYU Annual Celebration

WE@BYU engineers happiness at annual celebration

March 23, 2017

On Tuesday, March 14, 150 women students and 30 Ira A. Fulton College alumni came together for the WE@BYU: Women in Engineering and Technology Annual Celebration. This year's theme was "Engineering Happiness." 

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BYU gaining national recognition for undergraduate research support

March 22, 2017

BYU was recently named a recipient of the prestigious Beckman Scholars undergraduate research award from the Arnold and Mabel Beckman Foundation. The award funds the research of outstanding BYU undergraduates studying chemistry, biology, or medicine.

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Group of people win a competition

From BYU Capstone to competition: team wins $50K Y-Prize Newborn Challenge

March 16, 2017

Judges declared Team Cambodia the winner of the Ballard Center’s Y-Prize Newborn Challenge, awarding $50,000 to the team of BYU students who presented the strongest business plan to improve and market a BYU-engineered, low-cost infant ventilator for hospitals in developing countries. The portable ventilator started out as a BYU Capstone project and will now go on to save lives around the world. 

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CM students build playhouse to help Primary Children’s Hospital

March 16, 2017

Over 20 members of the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) Student Chapter at BYU built a full-sized playhouse that was donated to the Festival of Trees in December. The playhouse was auctioned off for $9,000 with all proceeds going to the Primary Children’s Hospital.

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