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BYU colleges honor 10 alumni during Homecoming 2011

Ten Brigham Young University graduates with significant professional accomplishments will be honored with College Alumni Awards during Homecoming 2011.

Nine of the recipients will give college lectures Thursday, Oct. 6, at 11 a.m. and one will present Tuesday,  Oct. 18, at 9:30 a.m.  Lectures include:

· M. David Merrill, David O. McKay School of Education, 115 MCKB, "First Principles of Instruction."
· Thomas R. Warne, Ira A. Fulton College of Engineering and Technology, 140 JSB, "Future Engineering — More Than Mathematics."
· Don H. Staheli, College of Family, Home and Social Sciences, 250 SWKT, "It’s the Principle of the Thing."
· David T. Warner, College of Fine Arts and Communications, Madsen Recital Hall, “More of Our Own Giants.”
· Lew W. Cramer, College of Humanities, B092 JFSB, "So How Did a Humanities Graduate End Up Putting Cell Phones Across the Former Soviet Union?"
· Elder Steven E. Snow, J. Reuben Clark Law School, Oct. 18, Moot Courtroom, “Musings of a Small Town Lawyer.”
· David P. Mindell, College of Life Sciences, 446 MARB, "Evolution in the Everyday World."
· Eric M. Varvel, Marriott School of Management, W408 TMRB, "Adapting to Change."
· Debra F. Hobbins, School of Nursing, B190 JFSB, "Deb’s Notes on Nursing: Lessons From a Rollercoaster Life."
· Michael D. Bahr, College of Physical and Mathematical Sciences, 1170 TMCB, "Actuarial Science in a Post Reform World."

For more information, visit homecoming.byu.edu.

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