Exceptional Course Development

The History Department and the Center for Instructional Design received first place in the 2002 University Continuing Education Association’s competition for course development with its English paleography course prepared for the Department of Independent Study.

Global Understanding

BYU’s Model United Nations program received two honorable mention awards and placed in the top 30 of 200 teams from throughout the United States at the recent National Model UN Conference in New York City.

Wellness Program Honored

BYU’s Wellness Program has been awarded the Gold Plus Award by the Utah Governor’s Council on Health and Physical Fitness.

Employees Honored

In March BYU recognized outstanding employees with its top administrative and staff awards. John D. Lee, ’72, the director of academic support for the Department of Microbiology, received the Ben E. Lewis Management Award. Lee has served in the College of Biology and Agriculture for 30 years. He also serves as chair of the College Safety Committee.

Staff employee Irene Bell Fuja was awarded the Fred A. Schwendiman Performance Award for her professional secretarial work in the Political Science Department. Fuja develops budget-tracking systems, recruits and trains student secretaries, and has been cited for her excellent performance record.