Home News


Woman speaking from podium

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.

Read More
BYU students and faculty conduct research

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.

Read More
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.

Read More
Professor Scott headshot

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.

Read More
IM Flash's Todd Russell

Tips for landing an internship

February 6, 2018

Speaking to a room full of eager students who were balancing taking notes and eating pizza, IM Flash Intern Program Manager Todd Russell detailed how to break into the job market.

“Internships are the number one pipeline to hiring new talent, because it’s a summer long interview,” said Russell. “We want to see if you are someone that we want to invest more time and money into.”


Read More
Cover of book

Y Origami? Why not?

February 5, 2018

Not many painters can boast having their paintings on display in space. Few musicians compose pieces that assist in surgeries. Architects typically don’t design popular fashion products. But there is a hobby or passion of sorts that has its fingers in all these cookie jars: origami.

Read More
People at BYU event

BYU to host events for Engineering and Technology Week 2018

February 2, 2018

The BYU Ira A. Fulton College of Engineering and Technology will host events, exhibits and tours in honor of Engineering and Technology Week Tuesday, Feb. 20 – Friday, Feb. 23. All 2018 ET Week events are sponsored by IM Flash Technologies

Read More
J-U-B, engineer

Alum balances career and family life at civil engineering firm

February 1, 2018

Jocelynn (Anderson) Crowther graduated from BYU in 2013 with a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering. After graduation, she decided to continue her education, and spent the next two years earning a master’s degree. Halfway through her master’s program, she entered the workforce, accepting a position with J-U-B Engineers, a civil engineering company that provides infrastructure engineering, geographic information systems, and public involvement services.

Read More

Be prepared for the STEM Fair

January 25, 2018

Thursday, Feb. 8 will be an exciting day for BYU students and STEM organizations alike. The BYU STEM Career Fair will be from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the WSC Ballroom.

Read More
Prof. Daniel Smalley reflected in light

Better than a hologram: BYU study produces 3D images that float in 'thin air'

January 24, 2018

BYU electrical and computer engineering professor and holography expert Daniel Smalley has long had a goal to create the type of 3D image projection we see in science fiction. In a paper published this week in Nature, Smalley details the method he has developed to do so.

Read More