Arts Express Inspires Teachers to Integrate Global Art Forms in Classroom Lessons

The 2019 Arts Express Conference encourages teachers to integrate global art forms into all school subjects.

With more than fifty breakout sessions and topics ranging from Japanese Bunraku puppetry to Turkish marble painting to inclusion for those on the autism spectrum, the 2019 Arts Express conference encouraged teachers to integrate the arts into classroom lessons.

Communication Disorders Professor Receives Prestigious National Award

Bonnie Brinton Is the Third BYU Professor to Receive Prestigious ASHA Award

Bonnie Brinton will be the third BYU professor to receive Honors of the Association from the American Speech-Language Hearing Association.

Kawika Allen Elected Leader of APA Multicultural Division

Kawika Allen is Secretary-Elect for APA Division 45

The CPSE professor has always seen research through the lens of culture; now as secretary-elect in APA Division 45, he can help others do the same.

Christopher Dromey Announced as New Communication Disorders Department Chair

Christopher Dromey to Serve as Department Chair a Second Time

Dromey will replace Martin Fujiki, effective in July.

How Big Data Can Answer Big Questions about School Spending in Utah

The Utah State Auditor’s Office Explains How to Ask Better Questions about School Spending

The EDLF department is collaborating with the Utah State Auditor and his team, who are using big data analytics to reimagine school spending.

An Advocate for Autism—Heather Smith Beatie (‘80)

Propelled to learn about autism after her daughter’s diagnosis,  Heather Beatie shares her knowledge with others.

Heather Smith Beatie chose to be a stay-at-home mother when she found out her daughter, Melissa, had autism. Her background in education helped her find the…