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Daily Universe: BYU offers variety of opportunities for women in engineering

March 14, 2018

Kate Corbett, a senior in civil engineering, shares her experience being mentored and as a mentor to other female students as part of the BYU Women in Engineering and Technology program. 

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BYU students compete in national cyber security competition

March 13, 2018

A team of information technology students with experience in cyber analytics is participating in a national cyber competition, the final phase of which will take place on April 12 and 13. The National Cyber Analyst Challenge and Conference (NCAC) supports the nation’s best students pursuing cyber-related degrees by holding a three-phase competition focused on cyber defense, risk analysis, threat identification, remediation, and communication.

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BYU Devotional: Discovering Your Divine Individuality

March 7, 2018

Julie Crockett, associate professor of mechanical engineering, gave the devotional address in the Marriott Center on March 6. She spoke about how striving for perfection, to become more like Christ, doesn't mean losing our individuality; rather, it means enhancing it.

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BYU professor receives lifetime achievement award

March 6, 2018

Earning the Wallace Hayward Baker Award was a culmination of a lifetime of "ingenious innovation in the field of ground modification" for Professor Kyle Rollins, who has worked for years on developing solutions to tricky problems in the field of geotechnical engineering.  

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Construction Management students and faculty shine at national conference

February 23, 2018

Brian Capt, associate teaching professor of construction and facilities management, received the Outstanding Educator Award for 4-year schools at the 2018 National Association of Home Builders conference in Orlando, FL. The BYU Construction Management team won third place in the show category in the student competition.

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ME grad puts problem-solving skills to use at Ford

February 20, 2018

Dallin Redd graduated from BYU in 2016 with a degree in mechanical engineering and went on to join Ford’s team as a brake controls engineer. He uses daily problem-solving skills that he developed as an undergraduate at BYU. 

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BYU Ira A Fulton college 3MT winner, Daniel Schwicht.

Earthquake-resistant design wins college’s 3MT competition

February 16, 2018

BYU innovation hit a high note at the annual college 3MT competition when graduate students presented their thesis work to a panel of judges. The wide array of ideas presented varied from a drone system that provides accessible internet worldwide to super strong steel and a radiation resistant organism.

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Follow your curiosity and other life lessons from Raytheon VP

February 16, 2018

Laura J. McGill, engineering vice president of Raytheon Missile Systems, spoke to students and faculty as part of the Ira A. Fulton College of Engineering and Technology college lecture series yesterday in the JSB auditorium.

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2017 another record year for college's research funding

February 16, 2018

For the second year in a row, the Ira A. Fulton College of Engineering and Technology surpassed its previous external research funding record. The college received $14,248,397 in funding for 2017, which is approximately $80K more than the college received in 2016.

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BYU professor receives rare distinction for second time

February 9, 2018

Michael Scott, assistant professor of civil and environmental engineering, has once again received the distinction of being named a Thomson Reuters Highly Cited Researcher for 2017. To earn this distinction, researchers have to publish the largest number of articles selected as highly cited papers.

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