Norman Wright has boxes—a lot of boxes. They hold countless records of history about BYU, computer science, and WWII.
BYU alum Dave Alderks likes to say that everything he needed to know to be a paleontologist he learned in kindergarten. “You learn how to play in the dirt, play well with others, and color in the lines,” Alderks said.
He didn’t know the first thing about research when he was a freshman at BYU. Now, Dr. Bob Carter oversees brain tumor research at a university hospital and makes strides in brain cancer treatment.
Students do find jobs. Students do get into grad school. Still doubt it? Here are three success stories from BYU students from the College of Physical and Mathematical Sciences who just graduated with their Bachelor’s degree last year. Find out what type of jobs they found, how they got them, or what research they are doing.
The Daily Herald named BYU Mathematics Education alumnus Stephen Scott the Utah Valley Educator of the Week on September 21, 2016. An anonymous faculty member at Provo High School nominated him for this recognition.