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Economics professor Olga Stoddard conducted real-world experiments with a major financial firm that tripled the amount of racial minority applicants.
By August 01, 2019
Researchers at BYU examined the sediment content of Utah Lake and its connection to toxic cyanobacteria Read Full Story
By July 31, 2019
Paul Barton has been named the new director of residence life at Brigham Young University effective Aug. 1, 2019. Read Full Story
By Kaylee EsplinJuly 30, 2019
Spencer Fluhman, executive director of the Neal A. Maxwell Institute for Religious Scholarship and an associate professor of history, delivered Tuesday’s Devotional address in the de Jong Concert Hall about the unique role of education at Brigham Young University and the perspective it provides. Read Full Story
By July 29, 2019
In the 2015-16 academic year, students received $28 billion in Federal Pell Grants. The monetary assistance helps students who display exceptional financial need pay for their tuition. But more than the dollar amount is how that aid helps college students shape the rest of their lives. Read Full Story
By Kaylee EsplinJuly 26, 2019
Cougar Queries is a series profiling BYU employees by asking them questions about their work, interests and life. Today, we meet Spencer Fluhman, executive director of the Neal A. Maxwell Institute for Religious Scholarship. Read Full Story
By July 24, 2019
The estimate of lives that could be saved by further reduction of air pollution levels is more than thirty thousand, which is similar to the number of deaths from car accidents each year. Read Full Story
By Kaylee EsplinJuly 16, 2019
Christine Hurt, associate dean and professor at BYU Law, delivered Tuesday’s forum address in the de Jong Concert Hall about capital markets and human flourishing. Read Full Story
By July 16, 2019
Researchers from BYU and the Netherlands’ Delft University of Technology may have figured out a secret to get people to buy more fresh produce: dress veggies up in black. Read Full Story