COP Construction and Provo City have informed BYU that the west side of the intersection of University Parkway and 900 East will be closed Sunday, June 23, and will remain closed until June 29.
As a result, traffic to and from the Marriott Center for the 4 p.m. "The Work of Salvation" Missionary Broadcast will be routed around that area. Roads marked in yellow on the map here (click the map to enlarge it) will be passable, while areas marked in red will not. BYU will make sure that Heritage Drive is open to traffic and will have a police officer there to direct traffic.
Traffic on 1550 North will be limited to emergency vehicles only.
Data from the National Alliance on Mental Illness found that one in six U.S. youth aged 6–17 experience a mental health disorder each year, and nearly half of all mental illness begins by age 14. BYU clinical psychologist Jon Cox hopes to reverse these alarming trends.
According to a new study published in Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory, when a diverse organization has an ethical leader, the negative workplace dynamics that can surface are mitigated. Ethical leaders are those perceived to model integrity, honesty, trust, respect, and the ability to listen well.