Professor Magleby came to BYU in 1989 after 6 years in the military aircraft industry developing tools for advanced aircraft design and manufacture, concurrent engineering methods, and interdisciplinary design teams. At BYU he has pursued research in design of products that use new mechanism technologies, design tools and processes that bridge engineering and business, and engineering team formation and management. Dr. Magleby teaches design at the graduate and undergraduate level, and is interested in educational partnerships with industry. He has helped oversee more than 200 undergraduate and graduate design projects through his involvement with the Capstone and Interdisciplinary Product Development programs. He has been nationally recognized for his contributions in engineering design education. Dr. Magleby currently serves as the Associate Dean of the Fulton College of Engineering and Technology.