Fortitude and Faith: How a Rare Disease Brought a BYU Professor’s Family Together

Assistant teaching professor Scott Summers and his family have spent the past two years working to cure Koven (center) of a rare genetic disease. Each year, around twenty million people flock to Walt Disney World to experience the adrenaline rush that rides going at breakneck speeds provide, as well as the overall atmosphere of enjoymentContinue reading “Fortitude and Faith: How a Rare Disease Brought a BYU Professor’s Family Together”

Enhancement in Education, Part Six: Standing Room Only

This story is part of an ongoing series about the BYU College of Nursing’s Mary Jane Rawlinson Geertsen Nursing Learning Center and the College’s constant efforts to update it. Nursing student Sydney Wilson practices injecting a manikin in the Mary Jane Rawlinson Geertsen Nursing Learning Center. On November 11, any visitor to the Mary JaneContinue reading “Enhancement in Education, Part Six: Standing Room Only”