BYU J. Rueben Clark Law School Professor Carl Hernandez came from a family of migrant farm workers in California. In his younger years, he learned how to prune a raisin grape vineyard. In the winter, he pruned the previous year’s overgrowth and prepared the vineyard for the new year’s harvest. After finishing, the natural sunlight could reach the new vines, and plentiful fruit could grow.Read More
It’s rare that changes in course requirements affect more than just a fraction of BYU students. Usually it's just the students in a particular major who are the only ones paying attention to the new or dropped classes in their chosen college or discipline.Read More
The APA Division 36 Midyear Conference will bring worldwide experts to present research in psychology from religious and spiritual perspectives.
Psychology tends to avoid the topics of religion and spirituality, which is what makes Division 36 of the American Psychological Association so uncommon. Division 36 is the only APA division to focus on religion and spirituality and, for the first time ever, their annual midyear conference is coming to a state well known for religion—Utah.Read More