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The BYU Engineering Communications Team wants to help shine a light on the great things students and faculty are achieving! Please use this form to submit leads to potential news stories.
To maintain high standards of quality for college communication channels we prioritize:

1) Stories of value to alumni, donors, students, recruiters, industry, academic peers, and faculty
2) Stories with high-quality images and/or video
3) Timely stories that are currently underway or happening in the future

We appreciate as much advance notice of potential story content as possible. While we cannot guarantee immediate coverage of every news item, it is essential to make our team aware as soon as you're able.

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