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Faculty, staff, students can now register for BYU Women's Conference

$15 for full conference or $8 for Thursday or Friday

Registration for faculty, staff and students is now available for the 2007 BYU Women's Conference, scheduled for Thursday and Friday, May 3-4. 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://womensconference.byu.edu/byu07/. 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 weekdays from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Conference brochures have been mailed to all who participated in the 2006 and 2005 conferences. If you have not attended in the past two years, a conference brochure will be mailed to you. Name badges will be mailed after April 3 and will be issued only in the name of the BYU ID cardholder.

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

Writer: Caye Wycoff

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