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Q&A with President Reese on "building a covenant community"

By Aaron Sorenson June 24, 2024
n this Q&A series with President Reese, he shares more about the seven initiatives he shared in his 2023 inaugural response and how they apply to BYU employees. Read Full Story

BYU professor, partners create first-ever risk guide to help organizations safely adopt AI

By Todd Hollingshead June 20, 2024
Hoping to help companies of all sizes responsibly harness the power of AI while also managing its risks, professors from Brigham Young University, Arizona State University and the University of Duisburg-Essen have collaborated with software company Boomi and consulting firm Connor Group to create the first-ever enterprise risk framework for generative artificial intelligence.

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BYU-created water cycle resources adopted by USGS for nationwide use

By Todd Hollingshead June 18, 2024
The USGS, the nation’s largest water, earth and biological science agency, has tapped resources created by BYU to help teach school children coast-to-coast about water science in modern times. The new images, created by an interdisciplinary group of BYU scientists, educators and creatives, include a much-needed modernized version of the water cycle. Read Full Story

I love to see the (LEGO) temple...

By Todd Hollingshead June 12, 2024
In the HBLL's Special Collections exhibit area there is a Lego exhibition with a uniquely gospel tie. From Lego recreations of paintings of the Savior to model replicas of iconic LDS temples, “Brick upon Brick: Creativity in the Making” is an exhibit like no other. Read Full Story

Devotional: Let us run with patience the race that is set before us

By Melissa Jenson June 11, 2024
In Tuesday’s devotional at the Marriott Center, BYU Professor Brad Owens shared the message that we can “not only complete this mortal part of our eternal journey, but can do so with magnificent success.” Read Full Story

Meet the BYU student helping the Texas Rangers save runs and win big

By Tyler Stahle June 11, 2024
Melville's equations pinpointed opportunities for the team, suggesting slight adjustments that would position the outfielders to make crucial plays. By his analysis, these changes could prevent 22.5 more runs compared to the MLB average – a calculated risk that was well worth taking, especially as the pennant race heated up. Read Full Story

Cougar Query: Brad Owens

June 10, 2024
Cougar Queries is a series profiling BYU employees by asking them questions about their work, interests and life. Read Full Story

Devotional: The entire church shall take hold of Christ

By Bitsy Tullis June 04, 2024
In her devotional address at the Marriott Center on Tuesday morning, Ali Crandall focused her remarks on taking hold of Christ and following His example by prioritizing meaningful relationships in our lives. Read Full Story

Cougar Query: Ali Crandall

June 03, 2024
Cougar Queries is a series profiling BYU employees by asking them questions about their work, interests and life. Read Full Story

Your internet-connected home devices could be compromising your security. BYU computer engineers have a solution

By Todd Hollingshead May 29, 2024
It seems like just about every new household device connects to the internet these days. Thermostat? Check. Doorbell? Yup. Washer and Dryer? In 2024, of course. Even pet feeders connect to WiFi now to be controlled by an app. But all is not well because many of these devices can pose security risks to home networks. Read Full Story