Back in his day, Craig Slover walked to school—and found the fossil remains of a thirty-foot-long mosasaur. A cast of the fossil now hangs from the ceiling of the Eyring Science Center. Dr. Rod Scheetz, curator of the BYU Museum of Paleontology, said the fossil’s jaw shows definite scarring—evidence of violent interactions with other mosasaurs.
BYU invites families and students to attend this year’s Astrofest.
Children are our future, and BYU is looking to make that future as bright as possible by giving young students the opportunity to conduct their own captivating chemistry experiments at Open Lab Day!
Nationwide teacher shortages have schools eagerly searching for qualified job candidates. Every year the Utah Association for Employment in Education (UAEE) hosts the Southern Utah Teacher Fair for college students interested in education careers. The fair will be held at BYU in the Wilkinson Student Center Ballroom from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. on Thursday, March 23, 2017.
Over two hundred years ago, the world began to change. Massive, metal machinery replaced human hands to increase manufacturing efficiency. Factories cut into small-town skylines as our dependency on metals became increasingly apparent. But how have we been able to maintain the constant output of metallic materials since the Industrial Revolution? Can we continue at this hurried pace?