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.

Measuring Autism: A Problem of Epidemic Proportions

Autism spectrum disorder is now diagnosed in 1 in 91 children (1 in 58 boys), according to the Center for Disease Control.

Educational Issues and Answers: Leaders Associates Meeting

Teaching children to join the “human conversation” is at the heart of the work of the BYU-Public School Partnership (BYU-PSP). In a literal sense,…

Inspiring Students to Obtain Higher Education: Hispanic Teens Learn to Teach and Mentor Younger Students

Motivating youth to prepare for college is a challenge, especially when students lack role models who have completed high school or obtained higher education.

The School Year Begins with Inspiration

"When you work alone, you are good at one thing. When you work together, you can be good at everything. It is impossible to fail together," declared…

Christopher Dromey Becomes New ComD Department Chair

McKay School of Education Dean K. Richard Young announced the appointment of Christopher Dromey, a professor in the Department of Communication Disorders, as…