Engineering -- Study and teaching -- Utah -- Provo
Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
Contains materials from the Brigham Young University College of Engineering Sciences and Technology, including research materials for college projects, theses drafts, class and exam notes from various engineering and communications courses, geological reports produced by faculty, building design data, and other records. Materials date from between 1966 and 1981.
Contains materials from the Brigham Young University College of Engineering and Technology related to various projects by the faculty and master students on topics such as flood control, fish habitats, rivers, and wildlife. Included are drafts of these projects and theses, data and research reports, correspondance and notes between members of the engineering faculty, and bibliographies for these projects.
Contains variety of official reports from faculty of the Brigham Young University engineering department prepared for various departments of the government on a variety of topics including fish habitats, concrete construction and flood control and analysis. Also included are various drafts of master’s thesis projects concerning similar topics as well as reference materials for these reports, such as handbooks or other reports not from BYU faculty.
Materials are related to the graduate program of the Department of Engineering and Technology from 1984-2002. Materials include reports, department reviews, and proposals.
Contains a history, minutes, photographs, memorandums, slides, and forms from the dean's office of the Ira A. Fulton College of Engineering and Technology at Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah. Includes information on college activities, curriculum, expenses, faculty, and students. Also includes information on the construction of the Clyde Building. Materials date from between 1953 and 2014.
Collection includes correspondence, articles, awards, photographs, journals, calendars, and other memorabilia that document Douglas Smoot's professional life as a professor of engineering at Brigham Young University, religious, and family and personal life, including involvement with Academy Square in Provo, from 1907 to 2011. The collection consists mostly of methodically compiled scrapbooks that are organized by year rather than by content.