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Chemical engineering students bring varied talents to BYU

March 23, 2016

With packed schedules and many credit hours to complete, it may seem like engineering students don’t have time for any activities other than school. But three BYU chemical engineering students show that it can be done.

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BYU team wins hackathon with novel app idea

March 18, 2016

This month a team of BYU information technology and computer science students won the top prize in their category at CourtHack, a regional hackathon competition. Their app, SecurCity, helps law enforcement officers serve court documents more efficiently by using geo-positioning technology.

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Cybersecurity Madness: BYU team wins regional competition, headed to Elite 8

March 17, 2016

This month a group of eight BYU Information Technology students won a regional Cyber Defense Competition in Denver. The competition required student teams to defend a city’s computer infrastructure from malicious hackers, conduct network forensics and work with city officials to keep critical services online, all while protecting private information.

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Clayton Patch speaking to BYU students

IM Flash fab director talks big data and succeeding in STEM

March 8, 2016

Clayton Patch, fab director at IM Flash Technologies, spoke to the Ira A. Fulton College on Thursday about how big data is changing the world as well as the future of all engineering and technology professions.

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BYU to host national civil engineering competition

March 4, 2016

Some of the best civil engineering students in the country will travel to BYU when it hosts the National Student Steel Bridge Competition (NSSBC) for civil engineers on Friday, May 27 - Saturday, May 28.

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Dr. Spencer Magleby with tiny device

Tiny origami-inspired devices opening up new possibilities for minimally-invasive surgery

March 2, 2016

BYU mechanical engineering professors Larry Howell and Spencer Magleby  by applying the principles of origami to engineering. Now they’re applying their origami skills to a new realm: the human body. The duo, along with professor Brian Jensen and their students, are working toward surgical technology that will allow for the manufacturing of instruments so small that the size of incisions necessary to accommodate the tools can heal on their own—without sutures.

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Ingersoll speaking to students

Success through leading innovation and change

February 23, 2016

The Weidman Center for Global Leadership hosted its first leadership lecture of the semester on Feb. 18. Tom Ingersoll, an accomplished aerospace entrepreneur and BYU alum, spoke to students about his biggest leadership takeaways after more than 25 years in the industry.

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Three-minute thesis winners

Finalists advance to university-level competition for Three Minute Thesis

February 19, 2016

The college hosted its annual competition for top research presenters on Wednesday, Feb. 17. The two college finalists will have the opportunity to compete with students from around campus at the Three Minute Thesis competition on March 10.

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Liz Wiseman addresses BYU students in the Marriott Center

The Power of Not Knowing: thought leader Liz Wiseman speaks at BYU Forum

February 10, 2016

Liz Wiseman, president and founder of the Wiseman Group, spoke to BYU students at a recent university forum. Her forum, titled "The Power of Not Knowing," was focused on helping students merge both leadership and knowledge to become valuable assets in the workplace and in the community.  View the forum address online. 

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Lieutenant General Bostick speaking to BYU students about leadership

U.S. Army chief of engineers advises students to be leaders

February 8, 2016

Lt. Gen. Thomas P. Bostick visited BYU on Feb. 4 and spoke to students about leadership. As the U.S. Army’s 53rd Chief of Engineers and Command General of the Corps of Engineers, he is responsible for overseeing much of the nation’s infrastructure and military construction.

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