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BYU colleges to honor 11 alumni with achievement awards

Eleven successful BYU graduates who have achieved in their chosen professions will be honored during BYU Homecoming Week with Alumni Achievement Awards from their respective colleges.

As part of that honor the recipients will each present a lecture on Thursday, October 16, at 11 a.m., a various locations throughout campus.*

Read about all of the award recipients

David O. McKay School of Education
Cindy W. Sutton: "The Power of Communication"
115 McKay Building 

Family Home and Social Sciences
Julie B. Beck: "What an Experience!"

250 Spencer W. Kimball Tower

College of Fine Arts and Communications
Brett L. Helquist, "Creative Process"

Madsen Recital Hall, Harris Fine Arts Center

College of Humanities
Sharon L. Eubank: "I Don’t Know How a Grown Girl Could Be So Stupid"

B092 Joseph F. Smith Building

Ira A. Fulton College of Engineering and Technology
Richard B. Brown: "Engineering in a Healthier World"

140 Joseph Smith Building

J. Reuben Clark Law School
David O. and Chelom E. Leavitt: "Privileged Service"

205 J. Reuben Clarck Building

College of Life Sciences
Nathan J. Cherrington: "Genes and Big Jeans: Obesity and the Need for Personalized Medicine"

2102 Life Sciences Building

Marriott School of Management
A. Kim Smith: "Life’s Lessons Learned"

710 N Tanner Building
*This lecture will be on Friday, October 17, at 11 a.m.

College of Nursing
Susie M. Kochevar: "The Job I Loved the Most!"

270 Spencer W. Kimball Tower

College of Physical and Mathematical Sciences
Gregory F. Hebertson: "Mastering Your Fate: A Few Insights From a Career in Science"

1170 Talmage Building

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