In addition to activities that support STEM educational initiatives, Broader Impacts can include activities that promote participation of underrepresented groups in STEM; enhance infrastructure for research and education; improve understanding in science and technology; and benefit society in general.
The goal of ARIS is to create a community of practice that fosters the development of sustainable and scalable institutional capacity and engagement in broader impacts activity. For information on ARIS workshops on campus or to obtain a copy of the presentations, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Broader Impact activities can also include involvement with BYU student clubs. The Student Connection and Leadership Center inspires BYU students to create lasting connections, foster an inclusive campus, cultivate skills and talents, and live with integrity.
Y-Serve's mission is to provide every student with a meaningful service opportunity, following our Guiding Principles of Safety, Respect, Meaning, Revelation, Selflessness and Reflection. In order to fulfill this mission, the Center offers over 70 community service programs.
Broader Impacts and Community Outreach at BYU
The BYU Museum of Paleontology was built in 1976 to prepare, display, and house the rock and dinosaur fossils collected by Dr. James A. Jensen and his crews.
The Royden G. Derrick planetarium at BYU is located on the 4th floor of the Eyring Science Center on campus and is used primarily for holding university classes.
Participate in real hands-on biochemistry and molecular biology experiments with close mentoring from BYU students and professors.
Five-day camp for middle school students and high school students. Math camp is run by Nathan Priddis, and classes will be taught by BYU faculty and students.
The Center for Undergraduate Research in Mathematics (CURM) provides funding for academic year undergraduate research groups throughout the United States.
Our next Discover STEM event is on Saturday, March 9, 2024 from 9 am to 12 noon at the Wilkinson Center on BYU campus.
We work to foster an environment of belonging, unity, and respect for all. Engineering is a creative, collaborative endeavor where a variety of perspectives and talents enhance innovative solutions.
The primary purpose of the program is to prepare men and women of sound character to teach technology and engineering in grades 6-12.
A three-day day camp for youth to experience hands-on science activities, especially related to the semiconductor (computer chip) industry
A week-long series of learning activities designed to introduce students to various cybersecurity topics. They aim to make each workshop interesting and interactive.
An interdisciplinary practice that aims to improve the quality of life of underserved communities worldwide through the design and delivery of technology-based solutions combined with building of local capacity.
Supports and facilitates foundational discovery research leading to the development of more effective methods to prevent, diagnose, treat, and cure cancer.
Provides students and faculty with the appropriate skills and meaningful opportunities to become engaged in their respective communities..
Research collections of vascular and non vascular plants, invertebrate and vertebrate animals are maintained and made available to research scientists and educators.
The neuroscience program provides excellent interdisciplinary training in the classroom as well as experience in laboratory research settings and internships for both graduate and undergraduate students.
Scientific progress is useful only when it contributes positively to the broader community. Work in the Kauwe Lab is focused on delivering the benefits of scientific progress in ways that help the lives of others.
The goal of the ARG is to provide students with a broad education in acoustics, vibration, and signal analysis that consists of both theoretical and experimental training.
The Museum of Peoples and Cultures exists to serve the academic mission of BYU and care for the anthropological, archaeological, and ethnographic collections in the custody of the University.
Promotes the study of the Intermountain West by sponsoring research, publication, teaching, and public programs in a variety of academic disciplines.
The CFSL is a teacher-training facility for BYU students majoring in Early Childhood Education or Family and Consumer Science Education. This allows us to offer a preschool taught by a licensed master teacher and 3-4 BYU students.
The Center for the Improvement of Teacher Education and Schooling is the operational unit for the BYU-Public School Partnership, facilitating its goals and objectives.
The mission of the BYU ARTS Partnership is to ensure that all children benefit from an education that provides for academic excellence, social confidence, and personal expression through experience with the arts.
We help students become active participants in solving the world’s most pressing social problems by matching students’ personal skills and interests with educational experiences that lead to a meaningful life of Doing Good. Better.
The Whitmore Global Business Center provides the global education and training necessary for BYU Marriott students to take on the global market.
If you have dreams of writing epic novels, beautiful poetry, gripping short stories, insightful blogs, or entertaining plays, sign up for one of BYU’s popular writing camps!
Jumpst(art) is an intensive art program for budding artists in grades K-12 hosted by the art education program at BYU
Exceptional faculty from BYU's Department of Dance, along with world-renowned guest instructors, direct and teach our BYU Dance Camps!
BYU offers three programs for talented musicians ages 14–18: BYU Musicians’ Institute followed by BYU Musicians’ SummerFestival.
ReMix is a one-of-a-kind vocal camp designed to teach and inspire talented singers to further reach their potential in contemporary vocal music.
Young Ambassadors' Singing Entertainers Workshop is a week of intense, high-energy musical dance training with the BYU Young Ambassadors.
Broadway Bootcamp helps students perfect their performance skills and practice auditioning and will provide an immersive theatre experience:
BYU Athletics is committed to a long tradition of hosting world-class sports camps that offer athletic excellence and wholesome fun. With over 100 different camps and clinics available, BYU offers more sport camp choices than any other university in the country.
The Center for Language Studies helps learners acquire the advanced language and cultural skills they need for their personal enrichment and for global careers in any of the University’s academic disciplines.
The mission of the CWO is to commercialize creative works developed at the University. The priorities of the office are five-fold: Service, Liability Protection, Intellectual Property, the Academic Mission of BYU, and Revenue
The HBLL aligns their strategies, resources, and programs to provide the best possible outcome for students and faculty, always in a manner that explicitly supports BYU’s unique mission to assist individuals in their quest for perfection and eternal life.
The structural and functional neuroimaging core is located at the BYU Magnetic Resonance Imaging Research Laboratory (MRIRF) in the McDonald Building
The primary purpose of the Electron Microscopy Facility is to provide educational opportunities and training for BYU students, faculty, and staff in the theory and operation of scanning and transmission electron microscopes.
The PML exists on the campus of BYU to provide product development, prototyping, design, fabrication, repair, 3D printing, machining and welding services to all departments within the BYU sphere.
Technology Transfer protects and commercializes technologies invented at BYU, and provides expertise in business relationships, negotiations, protection of intellectual property, marketing, license agreements, contracts, and entrepreneurship.
Provides extraordinary mentored-learning experiences for students learning the science and methods of family history research.
The Center for the Study of Elections and Democracy (CSED) at Brigham Young University is a nonpartisan academic research center seeking to increase knowledge about the practice of American democracy.