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BYU student Christine Mooth with her trophy

BYU student wins Women Tech award

September 27, 2016

Mechanical engineering student Christine Mooth has won the 2016 Student Development Award at the Women Tech Council's ninth annual Women Tech Awards.   

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Tips for navigating the STEM Fair as an introvert

September 23, 2016

To help introverts feel more prepared to stand out at next week’s STEM Fair, BYU Career Services put together a free workshop on what to do before, during and after the fair.

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Students are given tips on how to do well in interviews.

How to impress the best: Interviewing 101

September 22, 2016

Kevin Driggs, senior manager of HR at IM Flash Technologies, provided students with tips on getting interviews from job fairs and how to be good interviewees.

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BYU professor selected as a highly cited researcher

September 22, 2016

Michael Scott, an assistant professor in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at BYU, has been selected as a 2016 ISI Web of Science Highly Cited Researcher.

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Civil Engineering students stand with award

BYU wins national ASCE award

September 21, 2016

The BYU chapter of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) was honored with the Robert Ridgway Student Chapter Award, naming them the most outstanding student chapter in the nation. 

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A representative from Ford talks to students about their career plans and options.

Ford exec visits campus, praises BYU grads

September 20, 2016

At BYU's third annual Ford Day, executives from the company networked with faculty and students, praising BYU for the preparedness of their graduates. BYU places in the top 20 schools for the number of graduates offered positions at Ford, and the Detroit-based company has hired more than 30 BYU graduates over the last 12 months.

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The Tau Beta Pi symbol stands outside the Clyde Building on BYU's campus.

BYU engineers earn 18 honor society scholarships

September 13, 2016

Tau Beta Pi, the national engineering honor society, recently named its 210 scholars for the 2016-17 academic year. This year, 18 scholars are Brigham Young University students, which is more than any other institution in the country, accounting for nine percent of the total scholarship recipients. Winners receive $2,000 for a full year or $1,000 for a semester to assist their engineering studies

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Tips for the STEM Fair from recruiters

How to stun at the STEM Career Fair

September 13, 2016

On Sept. 29, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., thousands of qualified students will gather in the WSC Ballroom and Garden Court, all trying to do the same thing—impress recruiters from nearly 200 top-tier STEM organizations like Ford Motor, Adobe and Microsoft.

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Professor Derek Hansen presents to faculty

Faculty research speed-pitch results in major BYU collaborations

September 7, 2016

Hosted by BYU Research Development, roughly three dozen faculty presented at a speed-pitch event focused on linking faculty across disciplines. More than 80 percent of attendees found potential collaborators. 

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McMurtrey at the fountains at Peterhof, St. Petersburg.

BYU civil engineer receives ASDSO scholarship

August 23, 2016

Civil engineering student Cali McMurtrey has been awarded the 2016-2017 Senior Undergraduate Scholarship from the Association of State Dam Safety Officials (ASDSO). McMurtrey will receive a $7,500 scholarship for this upcoming academic year, a one-year ASDSO student membership and complimentary registration and travel to ASDSO’s 2016 annual conference in Philadelphia. 

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