College of Nursing
BYU assistant professor Bret Lyman and nursing students Michael Scott and Riley Mattson received the DAISY and DAISY in Training awards, respectively. The DAISY Foundation — an acronym for Diseases Attacking the Immune System — awards students and faculty twice a year, commending nurses for their kindness and service to their patients.
Lyman was nominated by his students who praised him for going above and beyond teaching and truly practicing the Healer’s art, looking to Christ as his inspiration. A former EMT and firefighter, Scott decided to join the nursing program after seeing the love nurses had toward their patients. Students nominated Scott for his compassion, willingness to serve and cheery demeanor. Mattson was nominated by her peers for her Christlike light, genuine interest in the needs of others and her contagious smile.
The BYU College of Nursing is proud to have such compassionate people in their program, whether they are pursuing nursing or currently practicing in the field.
Marriott School of Business
BYU and the BYU Marriott School of Business were awarded a $1.14 million grant from the U.S. Department of Education. This grant allows BYU to continue acting as one of only 15 Centers for the International Business Education and Research (CIBER), a program created by Congress to increase the nation’s international business relations and competitiveness. Not only will the grant go toward 70 initiatives highlighted in BYU’s CIBER proposal — including study abroad programs, national case competitions and international business conferences — but will fund research as well. The Marriott School of Business expressed gratitude to be apart of CIBER and hopes to further their dedication to international business and research.
David O. McKay School of Education
Four new displays have recently been completed to highlight the mission of the David O. McKay School of Education. The first display depicts David O. McKay’s three Cs — citizenship, conduct and character. The second focuses on the question, “Do I feel called to be a teacher?” by highlighting the role of educators as a calling to serve and help students grow intellectually. The third display promotes the David O. McKay School of Education’s history and the work they have done to improve. The fourth mural portrays the Savior, urging educators to teach like Christ by focusing on individual needs, asking inspired questions and speaking in terms their students will understand.
Harold B. Lee Library
The Harold B. Lee Library will be showing two more films this year as part of the Library Film Series. On Nov. 9, Cary Grant fans can enjoy “North by Northwest.”
The film series will finish with a screening of “It’s a Wonderful Life” on Dec. 7.
Admission is free and open to the public. The doors to the library auditorium open at 6 p.m. and the film starts at 7 p.m.
College of Family, Home and Social Sciences
Kaitlin Jewett, an outreach and recruitment analyst for the Fulbright Scholarship, will be speaking about the program in the Wilkinson Student Center on Wednesday, Nov. 7, at noon. The program awards grants for faculty, administrators and students to conduct research and teach English in over 125 countries. Both students and faculty are welcome to attend the presentation and learn how to submit winning applications for the program. There is also an opportunity for an one-on-one interview with the representative.
To RSVP for the event go to this link.
Ira A. Fulton College of Engineering
The new BYU Engineering Building opened its doors to the public on Sept. 4 after over two-and-a-half years of construction. On Oct. 29, the college released a time-lapse video of the building’s construction process. Watch it here:
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