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BYU Women's Services and Resources plans pair of lectures March 26

Brigham Young University’s Women’s Services and Resources will host a Lifelong Learning Workshop and an Infertility Forum Thursday, March 26.

All are welcome to attend the events.

• The Lifelong Learning Workshop, the final workshop of the “Workshops for Women” series, will feature a panel discussion at 11 a.m. in 3380 Wilkinson Student Center. The panel of four women, including a recent BYU grad, a graduate student, a single mom currently in school and a representative from the Princeton Review, will discuss lifelong learning. Those who attend the interactive workshop will also receive a free cookbook.

• Dr. Keith Willmore from the BYU Student Health Center will speak about infertility for BYU married students at 6:30 p.m. in 3252 WSC. The forum will provide support and information for married students who are struggling to become pregnant. Three women will speak about their struggles with infertility and how they have children through infertility treatments and adoption.

For more information, contact Women’s Services and Resources at (801) 422-4877, wsr@byu.edu, or stop by the office located at 3326 WSC.

Writer: Angela Fischer

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