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Faculty, staff, student registration now available for BYU Women's Conference April 30-May 1

Registration for Brigham Young University faculty, staff and students is now available for the 2009 BYU Women’s Conference, scheduled for Thursday and Friday, April 30–May 1. The discounted price for all current BYU ID cardholders is $15 for the full conference or $8 for either Thursday or Friday.

Registration may be completed online at http://ce.byu.edu/cw/womensconference/registration_e.cfm. You may also register by phone at ext. 2-8925. A BYU ID number is required to complete the online or phone registration.

Registration may also be completed in person with a BYU ID at the Harman Building lobby adjacent to the Conference Center weekdays from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Conference mailers are being sent to all who participated in the 2007 and 2008 conferences. A full conference program will be mailed to you after you register.

Name badges will be mailed after April 6 and will be issued only in the name of the BYU ID cardholder.

For more information, call ext. 2-7692 or visit http://womensconference.byu.edu.

Writer: Ann Herd

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