Rebecca Nissen

Tips to optimize online learning

Here are tips and tricks Marshall B. Ketchum University and BYU faculty and staff have shared on how to improve study habits for online learning during COVID-19.

Former Broadway performer brings new perspectives and experiences to BYU dance...

Dyer has been a member of the BYU dance department for a year and hopes for many more. Having traveled from place to place from New York to Orlando to China, looking to make connections with others but here in Provo, UT Dyer has constructed a new space for gospel in the classroom while supporting and encouraging students to follow their dreams.

Spring Term study abroad programs canceled, still open for summer and...

Study abroad programs through the Kennedy Center have been cancelled for spring term but are still currently open for summer and fall.

Distinguished Faculty Lecturer highlights curiosity, helping others in research

Ramona Hopkins gave a speech highlighting the lessons she learned as a researcher in neuroscience. She was awarded the Karl G. Maeser Distinguished Faculty Lecturer Award for 2019-20.

BYU offers diversity and intersectionality class for all students

All BYU students now have the opportunity to take a new class that will help them build a foundation of understanding and respecting diversity.

Women’s Studies Colloquium focuses on gender disparities in STEM

Gender discrimination can influence how motivated women are to pursue careers in STEM, BYU family life professor Adam Rogers told students during the Global Women’s Studies Colloquium on Nov. 20.