Research Networking (Also called Speed Networking) provides an opportunity for faculty to give 3-minute presentations highlighting their research. Many of the colleges at BYU have participated at these events.
The links below access information about faculty research interests and projects.

Research Networking Event (August 23rd, 2016)
    The event took place on Tuesday, August 23rd. We had 33 faculty give presentations and about 70 attend. The list of presenters, the slides used for each presentation, and the attendance contact list can be found in the links to the right.
Research Networking Event (August 25th, 2015)
    The Event took place on Tuesday, August 25th. We had 28 faculty give presentations and about 60 attend. The list of presenters, the slides used for each presentation, and the attendance contact list can be found in the links to the right.
Research Networking Event (August 25th, 2014)
    The Research Networking Event which took place on Monday, August 25th gave faculty from five colleges (ET, P&MS, MSoM, LS, FHSS) an opportunity to give a 3-minute presentation highlighting their research. With a total of 30 presenters and 63 total attendees, the Event was once again a success, with 85% in attendance stating that they may have found new potential collaborators. The list of presenters, the slides used for each presentation, and the attendance contact list can be found in the links to the right.
Research Networking Event (December 13th, 2013)
    The Speed Networking Event which took place on Friday, December 13th gave faculty from five colleges (ET, P&MS, MSoM, LS, FHSS) an opportunity to give a 3-minute presentation highlighting their research. With a total of 28 presenters and 58 total attendees, the Event was once again a success, with 74% in attendance stating that they may have found new potential collaborators. The list of presenters, the slides used for each presentation, and the attendance contact list can be found in the links to the right.
Research Networking Event (August 26th, 2013)
    Speed Networking has been successfully used by a growing number of universities to help their faculty get a better understanding of what others are doing and who might be good collaborators.The Speed Networking Event which took place on Monday, August 26th gave faculty from the two colleges an opportunity to give a 3-minute presentation highlighting their research. With a total of 37 presenters and 61 total attendees, the Event was a success, with many in attendance stating that they have found new potential collaborators. The list of presenters, the slides used for each presentation, and the attendance contact list can be found in the links to the right.