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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

Kennecott Walkway Construction Underway

Kennecott Walkway Construction Underway

Construction is well underway on the North Campus Connecting Element. There have been intermittent lane closures on 100 South and North Campus Drive as crews prepare [...]

Engineering Class of 2015

Engineering Class of 2015

  With proud family members and friends looking on, the University of Utah’s engineering graduating class of 2015 walked through its convocation ceremony filled with hope, vi[...]

Kam Leang: Robots Rule

Kam Leang: Robots Rule

In the killing fields of Cambodia, University of Utah mechanical engineering associate professor, Kam Leang, lived a childhood marred by gunfire and constant hunger. Thanks[...]

Announcements

New EAA President

New EAA President

Austin Van Otten (BS ME '03, MS ME '07, MBA '10) has become the new College of Engineering Alumni Association president. The association offers many[...]

Meet an Inventor Night

Meet an Inventor Night

U engineering graduate and inventor, Ross Mann, will be speaking about his passion for designing coin-operated machines during the annual Meet an Inventor Night Thursday,[...]

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[...]