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In the last decade, multigenerational living—or residing in homes that include at least two generations of adults or homes that have grandparents living with grandchildren under age 25—has nearly quadrupled in the United States.
In an uncertain world, are you ready for the next curveball? The first in a series of articles to help you evaluate and improve your preparedness.
By the time they get to college, most students have gotten rid of their childhood toys. But in BYU Marriott’s Experience Design and Management (ExDM) program, professors encourage students to play with toys—in fact, it’s a requirement for one class.
BYU Marriott alumna Krislyn Powell has a knack for creating connections, whether as a yogi, an administrator, or a volunteer.
For the past three years, Elder Kim B. Clark has developed and taught a course on leadership and the gospel of Jesus Christ, titled Becoming a Disciple-Leader.
Less-than-rosy economic forecasts could mean changes on the horizon for how public pension systems are managed.
A purposeful approach to using your screen wisely.
Rebecca McCarron Greenhalgh is no stranger to smart wordsmithing, so it was unusual when she was suddenly speechless during an important Zoom meeting.
My wife, Amy, loves new experiences. In 2017 she convinced our family that we needed to travel five hours from Provo to eastern Idaho to see the full solar eclipse in person.
As the business world becomes increasingly data driven, professors in the MBA program at BYU Marriott want their students to graduate equipped with skills that will set them apart from their colleagues and give them a competitive edge in the workforce.
In 1822, linguist Jean-François Champollion translated portions of the inscription on the Rosetta Stone, a slab covered with hieroglyphics, characters, and Greek. His work helped decode an inaccessible language and popularize ancient Egyptian culture. Today translation continues to be essential for cross-cultural interaction.
Take a look at new NCAA name, image, and likeness guidelines and how BYU is coaching athletes to compete on the NIL playing field.
These tips for fostering mental health in the workplace can benefit both employees and employers.
Rewards or punishments? Both can put business leaders on a track toward corporate social responsibility (CSR).