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Grad Program: Brian Bailey, Ph.D. candidate

“Dive in headfirst,” says University of Utah mechanical engineering Ph.D. candidate Brian Bailey ’15. “One of the things that has helped me to be a successful student and researcher is to not get intimidated or overwhelmed whenever I came across something I didn’t understand or couldn’t figure out. Learn a little more each day. Before you know it, you’ll…

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M.E. News

Design Day 2015—April 23

Design Day 2015—April 23

Just under 500 mechanical engineering students will be competing in the 2015 Design Day on Thursday, April 23, 11:00 am—3:00 pm at the U Olpin U[...]

U Engineering Students Win Bench-2-Bedside

U Engineering Students Win Bench-2-Bedside

A team that includes two University of Utah engineering students won the 2015 Bench-2-Bedside competition, a contest designed to help medical, engineering and business students[...]

U Mechanical Engineering Student Awarded DOE Fellowship

U Mechanical Engineering Student Awarded DOE Fellowship

Brooklyn Noble is first Utah student and mechanical engineer to receive a fellowship from the Department of Energy’s National Nuclear Security Administration.  Brooklyn Noble was born wi[...]

Announcements

Washakie Renewable Energy Awards Scholarships

Washakie Renewable Energy Awards Scholarships

Fourteen University of Utah graduate and undergraduate students from the College of Engineering received a total of $50,000 in scholarships from Washakie Renewable Energy, part[...]

Distinguished Seminar: Gretchen McClain

Distinguished Seminar: Gretchen McClain

The Doors Engineering Can Open - The Broad Career & Exciting Opportunities in Front of You Friday, March 27, 2015, 3:00 pm Mechanical EngineeringDistinguished Seminar Series1250 WEB[...]

Utah Students Take a Remote Drive on a “Mars” Rock Yard

Utah Students Take a Remote Drive on a "Mars" Rock Yard

cradlepoint -global Leader in 4G LTE Network Solutions blog on University of Utah RoboUtes students' preparations for their extraterrestrial missions of the future. The RoboUtes are[...]