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BYU nursing students provide relief to Ukrainian refugees during study abroad in Poland

By Tyler Stahle June 09, 2022
BYU students helped refugees find clothing, others dutifully assembled hygiene kits. At one point or another, each of the 13 students took time to play with the children; many of whom were eager for a friend and longed for trusted human contact. Read Full Story

Devotional: To believe on their words

By Kailey Marshall June 07, 2022
Richard D. Osguthorpe, dean of the David O. McKay School of Education and recently appointed associate academic vice president, delivered Tuesday's devotional address. He spoke on the importance of developing the spiritual gift to believe in the words of others. Read Full Story

BYU tapped as major lead in $360 million national water resources effort

By Todd Hollingshead June 07, 2022
This spring the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration announced a massive $360 million grant to fund a four-part initiative to conduct research on water resources nationwide. BYU has been tapped to lead one of the four pillars of this major effort over the next five years.


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Cougar Query: "I’m most looking forward to spending time this summer rafting the Payette River"

June 07, 2022
Cougar Queries are a series profiling BYU employees by asking them questions about their work, interests and life. Today, we meet Richard D. Osguthorpe, dean of the David O. McKay School of Education and incoming associate academic vice president for Undergraduate Studies. Read Full Story

BYU students build Mars rover, travel to Mars-like terrain, compete for Earth's top prize

By Emily Lambert June 06, 2022
BYU engineering students and undergrads from universities representing 10 countries traveled to the deserts near Hanksville, Utah, last weekend for the annual University Rover Challenge. There they tested their student-built rovers to the limits and the BYU team competed admirably with some of the finest student engineering minds in the world.


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BYU announces plans to construct new Arts Building

June 06, 2022
The building will house academic, gallery and performance spaces for three departments. Read Full Story

Cougar Query: "My favorite quote is 'your smile is your logo'"

June 01, 2022
Cougar Queries are a series profiling BYU employees by asking them questions about their work, interests and life. Today, we meet Corinne Priest, campus interior designer. Read Full Story

Drought in Utah, Year Three: A Q&A with a BYU water expert on managing the ongoing threat

May 31, 2022
BYU professor Rob Sowby has contributed to over 200 civil engineering projects throughout North America, including many addressing sustainable water supply. With the current drought crisis in the Mountain West, he’s refining his efforts to be most helpful to water suppliers, policy makers and residents here in Utah.
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BYU engineers travel to the Arctic, develop innovative radar method to detect polar bears

By Christie Allen May 25, 2022
BYU engineering students are testing radar to track polar bears aboveground. If successful, the team’s work would mark a significant step forward in scientists’ ability to track mother polar bears during winter, when they den and give birth to their cubs beneath dense snowpack. Locating and protecting bear dens is important for conservation efforts.
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Forum: It is a dangerous business, going into the laboratory

By Kailey Marshall May 24, 2022
Dr. Paul B. Savage, the recipient of the 2021 Karl G. Maeser Distinguished Faculty Lecturer Award and professor of chemistry and biochemistry, delivered the forum to campus on Tuesday. He discussed some of the adventures and experiences he has had as a professor and researcher, and the concept that Heavenly Father has a great academic adventure planned for all of us. Read Full Story