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BYU honored alumni to give lectures Oct. 9

Each of Brigham Young University’s 11 colleges will recognize a distinguished alumnus or alumna with the College Honored Alumni Award at 11 a.m. Thursday, Oct. 9, in various locations. The recipients will give a lecture as part of the honor.

  • Kristen E. Cox will be recognized by the David O. McKay School of Education. Her lecture, titled "Thriving In Uncertainty: How Complexity, Discomfort, and the Unknown Can Work to Your Advantage," will be given in 115 MCKB.
  • Douglas C. Welling will be recognized by the Ira A. Fulton College of Engineering and Technology. His lecture, titled “Build it Strong Boys, Build it Strong!” will be given in 140 JSB.
  • John R. Jensen will be recognized by the College of Family, Home and Social Sciences. His lecture, titled “Advancements in Remote Sensing of the Earth from Airborne and Satellite Platforms,” will be given in 250 SWKT.
  • J. Stephen Rizley will be recognized by the College of Fine Arts and Communications. His lecture, titled “Galloping Along on the Creative Frontier,” will be given in the Pardoe Theater, HFAC.
  • Clayne R. Jensen will be recognized by the College of Health and Human Performance. His lecture, titled “Roots and Realization of the College Programs,” will be given in 267 RB.
  • E. Markham Bench will be recognized by the College of Humanities. His lecture, titled “English Major? How Do You Intend to Support Us?” will be given in B092/94/104 JFSB.
  • Stephen J. Dahl will be recognized by the J. Reuben Clark Law School. His lecture, titled “The Indispensable Lawyer,” will be given in 306 JRCB.
  • Craig L. Hanis will be recognized by the College of Life Sciences. His lecture, titled “The Accessible Genome: Individuality, Commonality and the Genetics of Complex Disease,” will be given in 1456 MARB.
  • Kevin B. Rollins will be recognized by the Marriott School of Management. His lecture, titled “Happiness,” will be given in 151 & 251 TNRB.
  • Dallas L. Earnshaw will be recognized by the College of Nursing. His lecture, titled “Live Your Vision,” will be given in W140 BNSN.
  • Michael J. Cannon will be recognized by the College of Physical and Mathematical Sciences. His lecture, titled “How Epidemiology Got Under My Skin and Now I’m Trying to Prevent the Worst Disease You’ve Never Heard Of,” will be given in 1170 TMCB.

Writer: Brady Toone

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