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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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U Students Develop Engineering Course Materials for Nationwide Use

U Students Develop Engineering Course Materials for Nationwide Use

March 12, 2015—A pair of engineering undergraduates at the University of Utah have created a new way to educate high school and university students about n[...]

When it Comes to Robots, Mark Minor says the Future is Here

When it Comes to Robots, Mark Minor says the Future is Here

Deseret News: Mark Minor, the University of Utah professor who is developing “smart” shoes for Parkinson’s patients and flying robots to perch in trees and devic[...]

Robotics Teams Ready to Rumble

Robotics Teams Ready to Rumble

Program founder, inventor Dean Kamen will attend Utah FIRST Robotics Competition at Maverik Center. March 5, 2015 – The student-made robots at this year’s Utah Regional FIR[...]

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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[...]

The 10 Skills Employers Most Want In 2015 Graduates

The 10 Skills Employers Most Want In 2015 Graduates

Forbes Magazine: The trick is to demonstrate that you have those skills through your cover letter, résumé and interview. Think about class projects where you h[...]