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Celebrating Excellence

April 30, 2024 03:07 PM
Congratulations to BYU Chemical Engineering Class of 2024!

April 2024 Commencement Information

March 18, 2024 10:49 AM
Apr 25 is the university commencement exercises Apr 26, 2024 is college and major convocations Convocation exercises 1pm Smithfield house Chemical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering Manufacturing Engineering, Technology and Engineering Studies Any graduation questions please see academic advisor.

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

December 11, 2023 12:10 PM
How chemical engineering student Alyssa Bagoyo paid tribute to her late mother through her Brigham Young University education

BYU Chemical Engineering Students Shine at the Pacific Northwest Regional Conference

April 24, 2023 01:53 PM
Our exceptional BYU Chemical Engineering students made their mark at the Pacific Northwest Regional Conference held at Oregon State University in Corvallis. The dedicated team of Niccolo Rosborough, Seth Hall, Celeste Younger, Kaylen Ward, Isaac Garlick, and Ricardo Rodriguez Ceron participated in four competitive events, exhibiting outstanding teamwork and proficiency. We are thrilled to celebrate their impressive achievements - securing 2nd place in the ChemE Car Poster Competition and 3rd place in the ChemE Car Competition. This success wouldn't have been attainable without the steadfast support and mentorship from Clint, Dean, and Randy. Let's congratulate our students on their remarkable accomplishments and applaud their hard work!

Tyler Williams awarded the University Nuclear Leadership Program Fellowship

April 12, 2023 11:56 AM
Chemical engineering graduate student Tyler Williams has been awarded the University Nuclear Leadership Program Fellowship to develop thin-layer electrochemical sensors for molten salt solutions that could monitor a much wider range of conditions than traditional electrochemical sensors. These thin-layer sensors may be deployed in next-generation nuclear reactors and nuclear material processing units to optimize operation and mitigate proliferation. The $169,000 award will be distributed over three years and includes a research travel allowance and a funded internship at a Department of Energy facility. A total of 32 fellowships were awarded to students at 19 universities.