Students and Faculty Shine at Mentored Research Conference

Mentored students presented and competed for prize money at the largest Mentored Research Conference to date

A record-setting 101 teams of students and faculty participated in the 2018 Mentored Research Conference. Teams submitted research-based posters to compete for prize money.

First College Graduate in Five Generations

David Hullinger is the first in five generations in his ancestral line to graduate from a higher education institution

David Hullinger graduates this April from BYU’s master’s of educational leadership program and is anxious to make a difference in the lives of students.

Inspiring Learning for Special Educators in Tampa

20 McKay School students attended the CEC special education convention this year

The McKay School’s Counseling Psychology and Special Education Department sent 20 students to have the rare opportunity to participate in the Council for…

George Sugai, PhD, Presents Benjamin Cluff Jr. Annual Lecture

A discussion on the importance of schools in supporting academic and social success of all students

George Sugai, PhD, presented at the McKay School’s Benjamin Cluff Jr. Annual Lecture on March 22, 2018. Sugai discussed the importance of schools in supporting…

New Design Thinking Minor Now Available

Four disciplines cross paths in this collaborative new minor

Students and faculty from the Instructional Psychology and Technology Department, the Department of Design, the Department of Experience Design and Management…

Student Seeks to Improve Learning with Technology

McKay School student researched how teachers can use technology in the classrooms to benefit their students.

Elementary education major Sydney Boyer researched how teachers integrate technology into their curriculum to engage students in meaningful learning.