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Two for the Money Two for the Money

Two for the Money

As more women nationwide earn a bigger slice of the family income, BYU couples adapt and thrive—regardless of who brings home the bacon.

The Power of Not Knowing

The Power of Not Knowing

Knowledge isn’t always power. That’s the theory alum Liz Wiseman, president of the Wiseman Group and author of Multipliers, put forth in a recent BYU forum address.

2016 Presidential Election Guide

2016 Presidential Election Guide

As the United States approaches an increasingly divisive election, prep before the polls open with our alumni-tailored guide to the political process.

Cerebral Security Cerebral Security

Cerebral Security

The key to hacker-proof data sits between your ears. By studying cerebral processes, Marriott School researchers are improving cybersecurity.

Telling Tales

Telling Tales

It’s in the ancient art of storytelling, says Marriott School research, that modern organizations can find more meaningful ways to transfer institutional knowledge.

He Said, She Said

He Said, She Said

Playing together could help couples stay together, according to a Marriott School study. Interestingly, what partners do for recreation affects marital satisfaction more than how much time is spent together.

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