• Graduate Seminar: Jeff Allen, Ph.D. Student

    Jeff Allen, a PhD student in the BYU Mechanical Engineering Department, will present at the graduate seminar on Monday, September 26th at 4:00 p.m. in 256 CB. His presentation is entitled,"System Evolvability and Extended Service Live.​" 

  • ME Students Win Tau Beta Pi Scholarships

    Tau Beta Pi, the national engineering honor society, announced the 210 Tau Beta Pi Scholars for the 2016-17 academic year. 9% of the nationwide total are BYU students, 6 of which are from the Department of Mechanical Engineering.

  • Purchase Your Ticket to the ASME Networking Dinner

    New Tie: $10. Ticket to Rotational Dinner: $15. Eating great food while meeting your future employer: Priceless.

  • Dr. Ed Red Retires from the Mechanical Engineering Department

    After a varied and distinguished career as a researcher and educator, Dr. Walter Ed Red has retired from the Mechanical Engineering Department at Brigham Young University.

  • ME Student Receives AIAA Foundation Scholarship

    Andrew Orme, a BYU ME student who is fond of air and space sciences, was the perfect candidate for the $5,000 Muellner Undergraduate Scholarship from the AAIA. Andrew is a junior, and is currently working toward his BS in Mechanical Engineering.

  • Newest BYU ME Professor

    Meet our newest faculty member: Dr. Troy Munro. Dr. Munro will be teaching ME EN 362, Engineering Measurements, and ME EN 250, Materials Science.

September 2016


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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