Stories from communications:
A life-saving ventilator designed to help newborns in developing nations is headed for FDA approval, thanks to a team of BYU students and recent graduates.
With a video one judge called "so genius," BYU students beat out 500 other submissions to nab top prize at the ANDY awards.
Editorial endorsements of presidential candidates have been a long-standing tradition for many newspapers, but new research shows a substantial shift in how the endorsements have changed throughout the last 50 years.
As hospitals around the country ban Pokémon GO to preserve safety and security, a group of BYU advertising students have developed a solution that allows sick kids to play the game without impeding hospital functionality.
BYU students created an ad that earned them a prestigious national award at the world's largest advertising competition. Watch it here.
BYU Communications professor Ed Carter and then-BYU graduate student James Phillips found that “liberal” Supreme Court Justices tend to ask more questions and do less talking when interacting with female attorneys while “conservative” Justices tend to do just the opposite with women lawyers.
BYU’s chapter of the Public Relations Student Society of America has been named this year’s national Outstanding Chapter – an award given to only one of the more than 300 student public relations chapters annually.
A trio of students from BYU’s communication department can call themselves some of the best college female broadcasters in the nation after winning 2010 Gracie Awards.