Highlights from BYU Colleges: Music students receive awards, three new assistant deans join college

College of Fine Arts and Communications https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wy7I8V9yDfw&ab_channel=BrookeBallard Brooke Ballard plays Mendelssohn’s Piano Concerto No. 1 in G Minor,...

Faculty say new PR lab will serve more students, but Y Digital transition creates controversy

BYU School of Communications is replacing Y Digital with a Public Relations Intelligence Lab and many Y Digital students and alumni are frustrated with the decision.

Highlights from BYU Colleges: New exhibit to be featured at Museum of Art, Topaz Internment Camp subject of English capstone

College of Fine Arts and Communications Vik Muniz's peanut butter and jelly Mona Lisa's are an example of...

BYU microbiology professor finds silver lining during COVID-19 pandemic

Many BYU research projects were halted or postponed because of restrictions or social distancing concerns when the COVID-19 pandemic hit. However, microbiology professor Brad Berges was able to make the most of a tough situation and even contribute to research on SARS-CoV-2.

Highlights from BYU Colleges: Engineering team makes world’s most efficient ADC, class teaches importance of inclusion

Ira A. Fulton College of Engineering Wood Chiang, BYU professor of electrical and computer engineering, works on the...

BYU professor’s award-winning film gets theatrical debut

BYU photography professor Robert Machoian Graham's film "The Killing of Two Lovers" was accepted into the Sundance Film Festival and is now in select theaters across the nation. The award-winning film was shot in only 12 days with limited budget and equipment and a crew of only students.
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