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Interior Design faculty, together with 35 BYU-Idaho faculty, staff and administrators, are collaborating to organize a new cluster, Design Thinking, which is already taught at Harvard, Stanford and other universities. BYU-I faculty members will introduce the cluster at the fair.

“This is gonna be the most innovative and useful cluster on BYU–Idaho campus,” said Tahari Julander, committee chair for the new cluster and on the Design and Construction Management faculty. “It will provide them with the most valuable tool for their industry regardless of their major.”

The four majors in the Department of Mechanical Engineering will also be represented.

The mechanical engineering major representatives will display a model for their coming rocket project.

Next year, the automotive technology major representatives will present a prototype of an off-road vehicle being

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