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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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Open Faculty Positions

Open Faculty Positions

The Department of Mechanical Engineering at the University of Utah invites applications for multiple tenure track positions at the assistant or associate rank with a[...]

Mechanical Engineering Research Art Wins Best of Show

Mechanical Engineering Research Art Wins Best of Show

To the uninitiated, James Colovos’ award-winning research image may look like an abstract illustration of a tidal wave or perhaps a computer-generated beast from a m[...]

New Grad Level Design & Manufacturing Track Being Offered

New Grad Level Design & Manufacturing Track Being Offered

The Design and Manufacturing track offers training in advanced design and manufacturing skills. The sequence of courses is similar to a product design cycle, with[...]

Announcements

Distinguished Seminar: Susan Margulies, Ph.D.

Distinguished Seminar: Susan Margulies, Ph.D.

Understanding Why Head Rotation Direction Matters Friday, Jan. 16, 2015, 3:15 pm Mechanical EngineeringDistinguished Seminar SeriesWarnock Engineering Bldg. (WEB) 2230 Reception to follow at 4:15 pm Susan Margulies, Ph.D. George[...]

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[...]

Winning Freshmen Team: Apollo 36

Winning Freshmen Team: Apollo 36

University of Utah freshmen students gathered for their end of the semester competition "Quick Launch" in the Union Ballroom, yesterday (Dec. 4, 2014). Talk about[...]