Jacob Morrise | Acing Your Senior Capstone Engineering Project
Who is Jacob Morrise?
Jacob Morrise has a decade of experience in product design, Jacob heads design and development at Morrise Products. As the father of 10 children, he at the same time is consistently pushing product designs to help individuals and families. He has received Bachelor’s and Master’s Degrees in Mechanical Engineering from BYU-Idaho and BYU. Meanwhile, he serves as adjunct faculty in Brigham, acting as a Capstone Coach helping a team of senior engineering students on their final projects. (Great job Jacob!)
Jacob is the inventor of 5 issued patents as well as multiple other patents under review, and the primary mechanical designer on over 2 dozen products that have been brought to market. In addition, he is a principal mechanical designer on products that have sold tens of thousands of units. In other words, you probably own or use products Jacob has designed!
You can find Jacob on his website here, or on LinkedIn here.
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