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From the classroom to the field, BYU Engineering faculty and students continued to make a positive impact on the world in 2019. Check out a few highlights from the past year.
By Rachel SmithJanuary 06, 2020 09:30 AM
The $800k grant will be used to continue research on the effects molten salt reactors may have on clean energy initiatives
By Jordyn Crowley WattsJanuary 06, 2020 09:01 AM
King Firoz and Diane Husein have made a $5 million donation to the BYU College of Engineering in support of student development efforts focused on ethics and integrity
By Rachel SmithDecember 20, 2019 10:10 AM
Ira A. Fulton has made a $3 million donation to the BYU College of Engineering in continued support of education and impact
By Todd HollingsheadDecember 19, 2019 09:41 AM
A BYU electrical engineering professor has found an innovative and inexpensive way to teach students how to program self-driving cars. Instead of building a full-scale autonomous vehicle, DJ Lee used RC cars and an indoor mini course to give students a crash course in the vocabulary and tech behind autonomous vehicles.
College of Engineering
By February 19, 2020
Weds. Feb. 19 | Engineering Building Event Space (204/206)
College of Engineering
By February 20, 2020
Thurs. Feb 20 | Joseph Smith Building Auditorium (140)
College of Engineering
By February 26, 2020
Weds. Feb. 26 | Engineering Building Event Space (204/206), 3:00 PM
College of Engineering
By March 12, 2020
Thurs. March 12 | JSB Auditorium, 11:00-11:45 AM