• Look to the mountains

    The stunning beauty of the mountains above campus is captured in a new video that explains how they are connected to the mission of Brigham Young University. Watch it here.  

James Porter named dean of Life Sciences

Beginning June 1, James Porter will be the dean of the College of Life Sciences. Porter is a professor of physiology and developmental biology and has taught at BYU since 1998. He replaces dean Rodney Brown, who will retire after serving as the dean since 2007.

Academic Vice President Brent Webb also announced the appointment of Professor Brad Neiger as an associate academic vice president of undergraduate studies. Read more

Vote for the future

For every BYU employee and student who takes Envision Utah's survey, $1 will be donated back to the university. Help shape Utah's future on 11 important issues. Take the survey and be sure to list Brigham Young University at the end.