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A mother, a mission, a major, two minors and a lot of plants

By Grace Pope December 07, 2023 08:00 AM
It was an Education Week workshop that gave Alyssa Bagoyo the courage to major in chemical engineering and pay tribute to her late mom’s BYU degree and heritage by minoring in business and Japanese.

Study reveals cost, energy needed to pump Pacific Ocean water into Great Salt Lake

By Todd Hollingshead November 16, 2023 10:21 AM
A new study by BYU engineers shows just how much it will cost, and how much energy it will take, to save the Great Salt Lake by pumping water in from the Pacific Ocean.

Deceivingly dangerous: BYU team creates first nationwide database tracking low-head dams across U.S.

By Shelby Clark October 18, 2023 03:08 PM
BYU research finds that more than 1,000 people have drowned because of low-head dams. In a massive effort to prevent future tragedies, BYU professors and students joined forces with a national task force to recently create the first nationwide database cataloging the location of more than 13,000 low-head dams.

STEM career fair at BYU connects talented students with top companies

By Mabel Wheeler October 12, 2023 12:49 PM
Annual event helps students pave the way from campus to career