A Brigham Young University Ph.D. candidate is using his expertise in mechanical engineering to develop a product meant to inspire creativity and support children’s interest in STEM.
Originally from the Bear Lake area on the Idaho-Utah border, Bryan Stringham moved to Utah County in 2014 to pursue an education at BYU after earning his bachelor of science degree in mechanical engineering at Utah State University.
Since the move, Stringham has completed a master’s degree and is in his fourth year of the mechanical engineering Ph.D. program at the private, religious institution.
In March, the Ph.D. candidate also founded Impact Creativity, a limited liability company with a mission to create a positive impact through products that support creativity. The company’s flagship product is one that Stringham began developing only one week into the coronavirus lockdown.
Since then, Stringham has spent the last five months, and over 1,500 hours 3-D printing and