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.

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.

McKay School Grad Student Shows How School Psychologists Can Fight for Vaccines

School psychologists can—and should—do more to educate parents about vaccines

In her recent article directed toward school psychologists in Utah, graduate student Carly Atchley looks at why parents in Utah don’t vaccinate their children…

Stay Close to Your Passions—Amber Robinson (’09)

Robinson follows her passions and pursues a nontraditional career in education

Shaped by her early childhood education major, Robinson pursues an education-centered career outside of the traditional elementary classroom