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ME student trains El Salvadorans to make prosthetics

February 1, 2011

David Williams engineered an inexpensive prosthetic for amputees. This summer he traveled to El Salvador to train the locals how to build the below-the-knee prosthetic.

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Vote for your favorite professor!

January 31, 2011

Students, vote for your favorite faculty member by Feb. 11.  A professor from each area of the college will be announced during National Engineering and Technology Week (Feb. 24).

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Henry (Hank) Kohlbrand

2010 AIChE president to give college lecture

January 18, 2011

Henry Kohlbrand, 2010 president of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers, will deliver the college lecture Feb. 3 in 140 JSB.  He is a retired executive from Dow Chemical. 

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Career Fair Prep Workshop 2011: Career Fairs, Networking and Interviewing

January 6, 2011

Attend this workshop Feb. 1 to learn valuable tips about career fairs, networking and interviewing.  Bring your resume and dress professionally.

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Students practice global design

January 6, 2011

BYU engineering students collaborated with other student teams at universities in Mexico, Brazil, Canada, China and South Korea to re-design high-end remote control cars.

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Scholarships offered for China Globalization program

December 16, 2010

Spring 2011, study engineering & technology in China for approx. $2,900, plus the cost of airfare and meals.

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Facility and Property Mgmt. Student Association named best in nation

November 11, 2010

BYU's Facility and Property Management Student Association was recently named Student Chapter of the Year for the seventh time in ten years.

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Distinguished chemical engineer to give BYU lectures

November 10, 2010

Distinguished chemical engineer and professor Robert Byron Bird will deliver a pair of lectures Nov. 17 and 18 hosted by the Departments of Chemical Engineering and Chemistry and Biochemistry.

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Mark Jensen

Recent grad wins 2010 Collegiate Inventors Competition

November 9, 2010

Mark Jensen, a chemical engineering grad, won the $10,000 first-place prize for his manufacturing methods for composite lattice pole structures. 

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Professor awarded 2010 ASCE Collingwood Prize

October 28, 2010

Professor Paul W. Richards was awarded the 2010 American Society of Civil Engineers Collingwood Prize. 

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