DAISY Award Winner: Bret Lyman

Bret Lyman with award. Photo courtesy of Zak Gowans. By Quincey Taylor The DAISY Foundation is a non-profit organization, established in 1999, by the family of Patrick Barnes. Barnes passed away from complications of an autoimmune disease called Immune Thrombocytopenic Purpura at the age of 33. Before he passed, his family saw the dedicated serviceContinue reading “DAISY Award Winner: Bret Lyman”

A Mentored Learning Experience and You

The college begins a campaign to raise $2 million for mentored learning opportunities. At Brigham Young University, mentored learning is an initiative that encourages significant hands-on opportunities for undergraduate students to participate in faculty research or projects which contribute to the discipline. One-on-one or small group mentoring sessions with faculty members give undergraduates an educationalContinue reading “A Mentored Learning Experience and You”