Education Week Updates

The following changes and notices are for the BYU Education Week program held August 19–23, 2019.

Class Updates (already corrected in the mobile app):

  • Due to a scheduling conflict Brett Latimer is unavailable to teach his 3:10 classes on Tuesday and Thursday. The 3:10 series, A Tale of Two Americas: What Most Fundamentally Divides Us" has been moved to 4:30, and his two classes on Hollywood vs. Religion originally scheduled at 4:30 will be taught at 3:10 on Wednesday and Friday. The two Civic Participation classes have been cancelled. All classes remain in 151 Tanner Building (TNRB).
  • Scott Knecht is currently unable to travel so his Tuesday–Friday classes at 8:30 a.m. and 9:50 a.m. in 2254 CONF have been cancelled.
  • Kevin and Denise Miller taught their Monday classes but due to another assignment their Tuesday through Friday classes have been cancelled. While the classes were removed from the booklet prior to printing they were initially included in the Mobile App.
  • Janice Kapp Perry's Thursday and Friday classes at 3:10 p.m. in the de Jong Concert Hall have switched order. Thursday's class is "Marinating Our Families in Good Music" and Friday's class is "The Charm of Children's Music."
  • John W. Welch will be a co-presenter with Lynne Hilton Wilson for Wednesday through Friday classes at 11:10 a.m. in 146–156 Richard Building (for youth). The topic is "KnoWhy + Know How: New Scripture Study App on".

General Updates:

  • YFitness classes are available for FREE to Education Week participants. They are held each morning, Monday–Friday, from 6:30–7:20 a.m. and early sign-up through their website is strongly encouraged. See page 41 of the Education Week booklet or visit YFitness for details.
  • In addition to the department booths around the WSC Cougar Eat, we invite you to visit the booths that will be in the Garden Court Wednesday through Friday. They include BYU Health & Behavior, BYU Simmons Center for Cancer Research, BYU Catering, BYU Staff Employment, Special Services in the Priesthood & Family Department, and Family History Guide.
  • The BYU International Cinema will show three movies, one each evening, Tuesday–Thursday, beginning at 6:00 p.m. in 250 Spencer W. Kimball Tower (KMBL).
    • Tuesday—Mirai (Mamoru Hosada, 2018) Japanese. 98 min.
    • Wednesday—Balloon (Michael Bully Herbig, 2019) German. 125 min.
    • Thursday—Transit (Christian Petzold, 2018) German, French. 101min