• Dr. C. Greg Jensen retires after 32 years

    C. Greg Jensen retired from the Mechanical Engineering Department this year after teaching since 1983. He has a passion for teaching students CAD and working with industries to improve and advance CAD technologies. His contributions to the ME department have been substantial in his 32 years at BYU and he will be missed.

  • Daniel Maynes advanced with ASME to Fellow

    Congratulations to Dr. Daniel Maynes who has been advanced with the American Society of Mechanical Engineers to the grade of Fellow, an honor of great distinction.

  • ME students receive prestigious fellowships

    Six BYU ME students have received prestigious fellowships. Todd Nelson, Daniel McArthur, and Braden Hancock have been awarded the NSF Graduate Research Fellowship. Alden Yellowhorse, Rydge Mulford, and Joshua Wilson​ have been awarded the NASA Space Technology Research Fellowship.

  • BYU-Purdue student team wins at ASME IAM3D Challenge, recognized in NYC

    On November 15 a team of students from BYU and Purdue University won the inaugural ASME Innovative Additive Manufacturing 3D Challenge. Earlier this month they were recognized at a reception in New York City.

  • ME Department featured in latest BYU video

    Have you seen the ME professors, research, and students featured in the latest BYU video with President Worthen? Click here to see the streamliner vehicle, origami research, open source wheelchair project, and more shown in the "View from Y Mountain with BYU President Kevin Worthen." 

  • ME student takes 3rd place at BYU Grad Expo

    Jessica Morgan won third place in the 3rd annual BYU Grad Expo where 35 graduate students from different departments presented their research to a layman audience. The audience vote selected the winners.

May 2015


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