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Thousands of dollars of fellowship award funding was recently awarded to four Brigham Young University mechanical engineering students. Josh Cannon, Wesley Holt, Brian Merrit, and Mathew Haskell will be using these grants to further their work on wind energy optimization, satellite temperature control, advanced energy technologies, and robust control methods.

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For aspiring musician Adia, a young violinist who wears a prosthetic arm to play, controlling her bow was a challenge. After recognizing this struggle, her teacher reached out to BYU's Ira A. Fulton College of Engineering. Joshua Vanderpool, president of a prosthetic-engineering club, came in to help Adia.

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Rise and shout! BYU fans will soon have a new cougar to cheer for. Thanks to the combined efforts of two BYU engineering capstone teams and a group of theatre and media arts (TMA) students, Cosmo is getting an animatronic counterpart in the theatre department.

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March 18, 2021 02:20 PM
Dr. Anton Bowden spoke about the importance of getting licensed as a professional engineer in a virtual presentation on Wed. March 4. The event was hosted by the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME).
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MEET OUR INFLUENTIAL ENGINEERS
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.
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.
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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