Spring 2015

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Fortunate Enough to Give Back
Douglas C. Heiner never attended BYU, but he gives to it generously. Even though he was never a Cougar, he has shown the traits of a true blue Cougar throughout his life, having lived the motto “Enter to learn, go forth to serve.”
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Life Sciences Building Dedication
The Life Sciences Building was dedicated on April 9, 2015 by Elder Russell M. Nelson, of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. “This is a very happy day,” said Elder Nelson.
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The Value of Mentorship
Personalized mentoring provides a significant advantage to BYU students who are fortunate enough to receive it, propelling their careers in a way classroom learning never could.
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Dean's Message
As the Children of Israel

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The Scoop on Grants
Three students share their experiences of applying for and receiving grants
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The Intl Agriculture Fund
Providing opportunities for students to solve international problems
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N. Paul Johnston
Leaving behind a legacy of service to Brigham Young University
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Retirees
The College of Life Sciences bids farewell to some long-time friends
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