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Two Female Undergraduates Win Award with Social Impact Paper

The social impact of engineered products is sometimes overlooked. A groundbreaking paper examining and bringing attention to the topic of social impact by Gabrielle Johnson and Marin Fisher, two undergraduate mechanical engineering students, received the best paper award at the 2021 DFMLC (Design for Life Manufacturing and Life Cycle) Conference.

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Faculty Positions

October 12, 2021 01:37 PM
The Department of Mechanical Engineering at Brigham Young University is seeking outstanding faculty candidates for Professorial and Professional positions. The department has a very strong atmosphere of collegiality, positivity, and success and we invite applicants that can contribute to this environment through teaching, research, and service.
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Graduate Seminar Nov. 29th, 2021: Larry Howell

November 18, 2021 01:08 PM
Publish! The Why, How, and Where of Publishing Your Research
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Two Female Undergraduates Win Award with Social Impact Paper

November 19, 2021 08:16 AM
The social impact of engineered products is sometimes overlooked. A groundbreaking paper examining and bringing attention to the topic of social impact by Gabrielle Johnson and Marin Fisher, two undergraduate mechanical engineering students, received the best paper award at the 2021 DFMLC (Design for Life Manufacturing and Life Cycle) Conference.
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MEET OUR INFLUENTIAL ENGINEERS

Faculty Spotlight: Dr. Daniel Maynes

Dr. Daniel Maynes decided to major in Mechanical Engineering through what he called “a process of elimination,” because he liked Chemistry, Math, Physics and did not like subjects like history. Maynes had narrowed down his focus to Engineering, Physics or Math before he left for his mission.

Student Spotlight: David Calabuig Jr.

Cars have always captivated Brigham Young University student David Calabuig Jr. When he found a similar fascination with physics in high school, he set his sights on working as an engineer in the automotive industry.

Alumni Spotlight: Thomas Utley

Experiments in the basement of the Clyde building on Brigham Young University campus was the beginning of an over two-decade career in mechanical engineering for BYU Alum Thomas Utley.
Faculty Spotlight: Dr. Daniel Maynes
Student Spotlight: David Calabuig Jr.
Alumni Spotlight: Thomas Utley
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