When Latter-day Saint women ask, ‘Should I serve a mission?’ they’re looking at a transformative journey. Mission service refines their personal growth, broadens academic horizons, and cultivates professional skills.
Tag: Higher education
How would it change academic disciplines to draw upon gospel teachings as foundational? Professors at Brigham Young University would like to find out.
What keeps poverty persistent despite government aid? Looking under our welfare myths, we find inefficiencies in welfare programs, challenges faced by the poor, and poorly placed welfare distribution.
Are women of faith included in the celebration of Women’s Month? We should be. BYU-Pathway Worldwide continues a long tradition of helping educate women of faith.
I discuss President Biden’s recent student loan forgiveness policy with a good friend, Dallin Crump. We uncover the ins and outs of the policy, the implications it has, and other potential solutions to the deeper issue.
It’s a good thing to aspire for truth and “correct” thinking. But when the immediate aim of education is to ensure students think in the right way, it’s far too easy to begin infringing on the democratic ideals that make true education joyful and life-changing.
If the purpose of education is acquiring truth, then education must take seriously the question of what truth is.
Exploring the nature of a Classical Christian Liberal Arts Education, why the world needs it now more than ever, and how BYU can help.
Nietzsche once suggested Christianity is vulnerable to appropriation by lofty humanitarian aspirations. Are we falling into that tendency unawares?