• 2014 Research Fellowship Awards Presented

    The Department of Mechanical Engineering presented ten Research Fellowship Awards on November 19, 2014. Each year a limited number of Research Fellowships are awarded to highly qualified PhD and MS applicants to the ME graduate program.

  • 7th annual Nephi's Steel Bow Competition

    On October 28, 2014 the Mechanical Engineering Department sponsored the 7th annual Nephi’s Steel Bow competition, where students compete by designing and building bows which are judged on engineering design and performance.

  • Compliant Mechanism's origami research featured in National Science Foundation video

    Dr. Larry Howell and team are featured in an NSF Science Nation video highlighting their origami research.

  • "Smart skates" research gains media attention

    ME professor Steven Charles and exercise science professor Sarah Ridge are working together to address a major problem for skaters: overuse injuries. Their research has recently gained new media attention.

  • BYU ME undergrad makes an impact at international conference

    Undergraduate ME student, Parker Rosquist, took first place in the SAMPE Student Research Symposium in Orlando this week for his work with smart-foam insoles to measure human activity and gait.

  • Million Dollar Match

    Ira Fulton, our college's namesake, is offering a dollar for dollar donation match for up to $1,000,000 to help everyone double the impact of their donations to the new BYU engineering building.  The match is for all new gifts given by Dec. 31, 2014.  Give today and share this news with others!

November 2014


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