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When Someone Believes in You

Not homelessness, not gangs, not childhood trauma—nothing could hold back new BYU law student Paris Thomas. Now Thomas seeks to honor the service of people who have helped him overcome his challenges by being active in his community.

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BYU joins three medical schools on $4 million NFL study for hamstring injuries

By Todd Hollingshead October 18, 2021 09:07 AM
Brigham Young University is one of four universities partnering on a new $4 million NFL grant to study the prevention and treatment of hamstring injuries among football players.


The secret ingredient of organizational long-term success? Adapt to public expectations, says new BYU research

By Tyler Stahle October 11, 2021 03:25 PM
When an organization’s mission or actions are out of line with what people who have a stake in that organization expect, the legitimacy of the organization is called into question. This lack of legitimacy causes an organization’s stakeholders to perceive it as self-centered and untrustworthy.

Playing the cards right: New game aims to help youth improve mental health

By Tyler Stahle September 21, 2021 09:07 PM
Data from the National Alliance on Mental Illness found that one in six U.S. youth aged 6–17 experience a mental health disorder each year, and nearly half of all mental illness begins by age 14. BYU clinical psychologist Jon Cox hopes to reverse these alarming trends.