From the performance stages of the Harris Fine Arts Center to the playing floor of the Marriott Center, and many venues in between, BYU students, faculty and staff are showcasing their talents, skills and education in entertaining and intellectual ways. In addition, campus draws some of the best and brightest from all over the world in every field of study, truly making the 'world our campus.' Many events are free and the community is encouraged to attend.
BYU faculty can earn up to $120,000 through the Interdisciplinary Research Origination Awards, two-year grants that are meant to help faculty conduct research across disciplines that will lead to additional funding from external sources.
Last week was the 6th Annual BYU Golden Hashtags, an event where the best 2017-18 social media content posted from throughout the BYU campus is recognized and best practices are promoted.
Think Golden Globes, but for BYU social media.
Here's a rundown of this year's winning entries.
Excellence in Social Advertising: Best Campaign
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The BYU Department of Theatre and Media Arts explores a variety of styles, genres and stories in a dynamic new series of gripping dramas, theatre for young audiences, and a whimsical musical by Frank Wildhorn.
Grammy Award-winning and multiplatinum-selling singer-songwriter Colbie Caillat will be the featured guest for BYU Spectacular! She will be joined by singer-songwriter and American Idol standout David Archuleta.
L.M. Montgomery’s classic “Anne of Green Gables” inspires imagination through original music in BYU's new production
The 2018-19 season of BYU's BRAVO! Professional Performing Arts series includes a podcast, circus, international music ensembles, vocalists, and more.
Sisters Sharon Eubank and Reyna Aburto of the LDS General Relief Society Presidency discussed different ways to minister during the Thursday afternoon general session of BYU Women's Conference.
Brigham Young Unviersity President Kevin J Worthen opened the 2018 BYU Women’s Conference by sharing his thoughts about ministering by following the Spirit.
Worthen noted a pattern he has seen over the last fifteen years of Church teaching practice becoming more focused on revelation.
“The Lord has efficiently and effectively – though not always obviously – been preparing us, as a people, to be able to strengthen one another in the Lord in the new and holier way of ministering that was outlined in general conference,” said Worthen.
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