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Devotional: Staying connected: Making it safely home

By Jenna Knaupp October 12, 2021
Bishop W. Christopher Waddell, First Counselor in the Presiding Bishopric of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, delivered Tuesday’s devotional address. He spoke on the importance of being connected to our Savior, Jesus Christ, and shared three ways we can become better at that. Read Full Story

The secret ingredient of organizational long-term success? Adapt to public expectations, says new BYU research

By Tyler Stahle October 11, 2021
When an organization’s mission or actions are out of line with what people who have a stake in that organization expect, the legitimacy of the organization is called into question. This lack of legitimacy causes an organization’s stakeholders to perceive it as self-centered and untrustworthy.
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BYU scientists discover a new cancer-driving mechanism, develop new drug to treat it

By Tyler Stahle October 05, 2021
Another important step in the fight against cancer has been enabled thanks in part to research from BYU scientists. Read Full Story

Forum: The beloved community

By Jenna Knaupp September 28, 2021
Martin Luther King III, lawyer and American human rights advocate, delivered Tuesday’s forum address. He spoke on the principles that support his father’s vision of a “beloved community.” Read Full Story

Lab-on-a-Chip devices smaller than ever thanks to new 3D printing techniques from BYU

By Katie Child September 28, 2021
Microfluidic devices designed to help rapid diagnosis through blood Read Full Story

BYU announces significant changes to its student housing program effective fall 2022

September 23, 2021
Beyond their first two semesters, BYU undergraduate, single students will no longer be required to live in BYU On-Campus or BYU Off-Campus Contracted Housing. Read Full Story

Playing the cards right: New game aims to help youth improve mental health

By Tyler Stahle September 21, 2021
Data from the National Alliance on Mental Illness found that one in six U.S. youth aged 6–17 experience a mental health disorder each year, and nearly half of all mental illness begins by age 14. BYU clinical psychologist Jon Cox hopes to reverse these alarming trends.
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Devotional: BYU: Building a community of trust and respect

By Jenna Knaupp September 21, 2021
Elder Paul B. Pieper, a General Authority Seventy of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints delivered Tuesday's devotional address. He spoke on the spirit of BYU and how we can contribute to the campus’s uniqueness and unity. Read Full Story

BYU study finds practical solution to conflict arising as workplaces become more diverse: Ethical leadership

By Todd Hollingshead September 16, 2021
According to a new study published in Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory, when a diverse organization has an ethical leader, the negative workplace dynamics that can surface are mitigated. Ethical leaders are those perceived to model integrity, honesty, trust, respect, and the ability to listen well.
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COVID-19 and Vaccination Rates: Answers from a BYU statistician

By Todd Hollingshead September 15, 2021
In this Q&A, BYU Academic Vice President and statistician Shane Reese discusses the complex numbers behind COVID-19 and vaccination rates. Read Full Story