• Four ME professors honored at University Conference

    Mechanical Engineering professors Larry Howell, Tim McLain, Carl Sorensen, and Dale Tree were among the distinguished faculty honored with awards at last week's University Conference. Each was selected for their outstanding teaching and scholarship at BYU.

  • Graduate Seminar: Steven A. Soper, Ph.D.

    Steven A. Soper of the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill will present in The Department of Chemistry, on Tuesday, September 1, 2015, at 4:00 PM in room W140 Benson Building.  His presentation is entitled “Integrated Fluidic System for Analysis of Circulating Tumor Cells:  Searching for Drug-Induced DNA Damage using Nanosensors.”

  • Alumni Spotlight: Troy Schank

    From a young age Troy Schank has had a passion for learning, taking things apart, and building new inventions, especially things that float or fly. Read more about our latest Alumni Spotlight here.

  • ME Department welcomes two new faculty members

    Starting this upcoming Fall 2015 semester, ME welcomes two new faculty members to its ranks: Dr. Bradley Adams and Dr. Oliver Johnson. Each bring distinguished experience and specialties and they will certainly contribute great strengths to the department.

  • BYU students win 2nd place at University Rover Challenge

    BYU ME students were among top-finishers at the Mars Society University Rover Challenge. Their 6-wheeled Mars rover beat out challengers from across the world at the international competition with a second place finish.

  • Mark Colton featured as University Devotional speaker

    Dr. Mark B. Colton, associate professor of mechanical engineering, gave the devotional Tuesday on keeping and strengthening your testimony. His address was entitled "Never Give up on Your Testimony of the Gospel." 

September 2015


New Faculty Positions Available

The Department of Mechanical Engineering at Brigham Young University will be filling multiple faculty positions during the coming year and is seeking outstanding faculty candidates who will challenge an exceptional student body and contribute to excellent research programs.

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