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.

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.

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…

Professor Gabrielsen is a Hero for Autism. Here’s Why.

Award-winning professor Terisa Gabrielsen talks about what BYU is doing to contribute to autism research

School psychology professor Terisa Gabrielsen wins two awards and talks about what BYU is doing to help individuals with autism—from toddlers to teens.

Meet Asian-American and Pacific Islander Students in the McKay School

Get to Know Our Asian-American and Pacific Islander Students

May is Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month. Meet some of the McKay School’s very own, with ancestry from Hawaii to Japan!

Graduate Student Wins UASP Diversity Scholarship

Leah Hardy receives Utah scholarship for school psychologists

Arizona-native Leah Hardy is a scholarship winner, a thoughtful student, and an aspiring school psychologist with a passion for aiding the underrepresented.