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Elder Russell M. Nelson to speak at BYU Life Science Building Dedication on April 9

Date: Thursday, April 9

Time: 2 p.m.

Location: Life Sciences Building, BYU

Details: The dedication ceremony will feature remarks from Elder Russell M. Nelson, of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, and BYU President Kevin J Worthen. 

Due to space limitations, no broadcast cameras will be allowed in the dedication. A video feed of the ceremony can be provided upon request. Still photography will be permitted. 

After three years of construction, the building was completed last year and has been occupied since September 2014. The building includes 265,000 square feet of teaching and research space for the College of Life Sciences.

RSVP: Members of the media are invited to attend the dedication. Contact Emily Hellewell (emily_hellewell@byu.edu or 801.422.4377) to reserve your spot. 

 

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