Cheering, Lifelong Learning, and Collaborating

The McKay School’s graduation ceremony featured insights from professors and students on the importance of support and idealism

Congratulations to our graduates! In today’s McKay School graduation ceremony, 155 students graduated with bachelor’s degrees, 26 earned with master’s degrees, 11 received doctorates, and nine earned education specialist degrees.

 

Husband and wife Martin Fujiki and Bonnie Burton, professors in the Department of Communication Disorders, were featured speakers in the August graduation ceremony.

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Data are essential to research, but any experienced researcher knows that it’s nearly impossible to collect data without holes, biases, or flaws.
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 7Jan2009

Aimee Gage (’07)

Recipient of Teacher of the Year Award reaches out to students with disabilities

Aimee Gage's education at BYU enabled her to fulfill her dream—to work with children with disabilities
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 3Nov2008

Homecoming 2008 Events at the McKay School

Recipient of Teacher of the Year Award reaches out to students with disabilities

The 2008 BYU Homecoming week featured the first McKay School of Education alumni gathering held Saturday, October 11th in the Garden Court of the Wilkinson Student Center.
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27Oct2008

Honored Alumna Kristen Cox Speaks on Thriving in Uncertainty

Recipient of Teacher of the Year Award reaches out to students with disabilities

Kristen Cox, director of Utah Workforce Services, puts you at ease the minute you meet her.
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10Oct2008

Education in a Democracy: Fall 2008 Leaders Associates

Recipient of Teacher of the Year Award reaches out to students with disabilities

With the entire nation awash in the politics of the presidential campaign, use of the phrase "The Agenda for Education in Democracy" might very well raise eyebrows and turn heads to the work of the Brigham Young University-Public School Partnership.
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