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BYU Wins International Collegiate Traffic Bowl

August 24, 2011

A team of BYU civil engineering students took first place in an international traffic bowl competition sponsored by the Institute of Transportation Engineers.

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TEE student wins top honors at national woodworking competition

August 19, 2011

Collin Barker, a technology and engineering education major, recently took first place at the Association of Woodworking Furnishings and Suppliers’ National Fresh Wood Competition.

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Mattson named 'Scientist of the Week'

August 12, 2011

For his recent work on the human-powered drill, mechanical engineering's Chris Mattson has been named scientist of the week by Laboratory Equipment.

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Faculty advancements in rank 2011-2012

August 4, 2011

BYU has announced the following faculty advancements in rank for the college, effective Thursday, Sept. 1:

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Human-powered drill strikes water in Tanzania

July 15, 2011

Field tests in Tanzania show that the human-powered drill built by a team of BYU engineers is a success.

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Pixar increasingly tapping into BYU talent

June 24, 2011

A door was opened more than five years ago when the first BYU student landed an internship at Pixar Animation Studios. Since then, many students have earned internships, worked on some of Pixar's big animated movies and been retained in full-time positions.

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Mentorship recipients fund travel to D.C.

June 23, 2011

Civil engineering students Charles Hope and Bryan Wilson are the first recipients from the Pavement and Materials Endowed Mentorship fund, created last year by BYU alumni Wendy Thompson and Heather Burnham.

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The science of wildfire

June 20, 2011

BYU chemical engineer Tom Fletcher was recently featured on 'Insight with Jon Du Pre' on BYUtv.  Fletcher's work could help firefighters know better how to combat wildfire. 

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BYU undergrads' hybrid motorcycle shows range

June 9, 2011

 A team of BYU students recently modified an electric motorcycle into a hybrid model to increase its range by nearly 40 percent.

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ME professor: 'Do something never done before, and have faith'

June 9, 2011

Larry Howell, professor of mechanical engineering, spoke to students in the de Jong Concert Hall Tuesday in a devotional address titled, "Faith: An Essential Principle of the Gospel."  Watch video

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