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Capstone Fair 2023

By Larissa Beatty May 12, 2023 02:21 PM
On April 5, the WSC Ballroom on Brigham Young University campus was turned into a showroom for 56 different projects as part of the annual Capstone Design Fair. The teams for these projects presented design work and prototypes that they have been working on since Fall semester as part of the Capstone program in the College of Engineering.

Research Conference Promotes Connection and Curiosity in Biomedical Industry

By Larissa Beatty February 06, 2023 02:50 PM
On January 19, students from multiple disciplines on the Brigham Young University campus (specifically engineering and life sciences) gathered in the EB event space to present research at the BYU Biomedical Research Conference.

Alumni Spotlight: Katie Cardon

December 09, 2022 08:39 AM
Have you ever wondered about what it really takes to live and work on other planets? Katie Cardon, mechanical engineering manager for Lockheed Martin's lunar mobility vehicle, is currently working with space exploration teams exploring that possibility.

Student Spotlight: Anna Shields

October 28, 2022 03:35 PM
Junior Anna Shields has had her sights set on engineering since she was twelve years old. Her childhood dream is now coming true as she studies mechanical engineering at Brigham Young University with an emphasis in robotics and biomechanics.


Faculty Spotlight: Dr. Carl Sorensen

Dr. Carl Sorensen is concluding his 36 year career as a professor at Brigham Young University this summer. During his time here he has changed the face of engineering at BYU and made contributions that will last for generations.

Student Spotlight: Cody Messick

Mechanical Engineering senior Cody Messick has a passion for doing anything and everything to help others. For the Shanghai native, this currently means preparing to go from medical assisting, MCAT tutoring and mechanical engineering to medical school at the Mayo Clinic.

Alumni Spotlight: Matthew Dalebout

Passing a new Ford vehicle on the road today wouldn’t be possible without the work of Brigham Young University alumnus Matt Dalebout. The former mechanical engineering student has spent the past 16 years working at Ford on both the building and the business of automobiles.
Faculty Spotlight: Dr. Carl Sorensen
Student Spotlight: Cody Messick
Alumni Spotlight: Matthew Dalebout
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