Neuroscience of Autism

'A way cool way to be': BYU team gains insights into understudied group of children with autism.

Getting an MRI can spark anxiety, especially for children with autism. Learn how BYU researchers made them comfortable with the process.

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.

Fostering Belonging: Inclusion, Friendship, and People with Disabilities

Erik Carter, PhD, from Vanderbilt University presented at the 14th Annual Marjorie Pay Hinckley Lecture

To help us truly love our neighbors as ourselves, Carter outlined 10 ways to help individuals with disabilities gain a sense of belonging in our communities,…

BYU IP&T Among Top Six Programs in the Nation

Study published comparing leading instructional design and technology programs in the country

The published study explores the academic productivity of universities in the field of instructional design and technology according to three types of publicly…

BYU to Host Fifth Annual Autism Translational Research Workshop

Two days dedicated to discussing the tough topics of autism research

Featured sessions during the two-day conference will cover interactions with law enforcement, sex education, aggression, and digital addictions. Other…

Understanding and Healing from Sexual Trauma

BYU Victim Advocate Lisa M. Leavitt discussed sexual trauma, resources available to students, and the healing process

The David O. McKay School of Education and the School of Nursing hosted BYU Victim Advocate Lisa M. Leavitt who discussed sexual trauma, the healing process,…