Faculty and Staff—Community Outreach

The following are some examples.

Symposium on Books for Young Readers

Dance Camps

Museum Camp

Religious Freedom Annual Review

Writing Camps

Faculty and Staff—Professional Organizations

Professional organizations that they belong to or are associated with. The following are some examples.

National Student Steel Bridge Competition

Conferences and Workshops partnered with the College of Civil Engineering to host their 25th competition. 45 schools from the United States (Including Puerto Rico), Canada, Mexico and China came to Provo to compete. Bridges needed to pass four different phases of the competition. The teams assembled their bridges for display on Cougar Field. Each bridge was judged on appearance and design. After the design competition, a welcome reception was held at the Clyde Building. Saturday’s competition was held at the Utah Valley Convention Center. Following the competition, a banquet was held at the Convention center where École de technologie supérieure, from Canada, won the overall prize.

BioT Symposium

This annual event brings together multiple disciplines such as computer scientists, engineers, and researchers from biotechnology, bioinformatics, and the medical research community to showcase state-of-the-art research and development and to promote future interdisciplinary activity and research in these areas. This international symposium attracts contributions from all over the United States and foreign countries such as Japan, China, Saudi Arabia and Hong Kong.

HELM Conference

The annual gathering for Higher Education Legal Managers throughout the country, was sponsored by BYU’s Law School and held at Sundance. Participants, the general counsels of universities across the country (including Princeton, etc.) get together for training and to discuss common issues facing those departments. Included in the conference was a campus tour and special meal at The Skyroom.

Legal and Public Policy Conference

Conferences and Workshops was invited to support outreach efforts by the university in October 2016. BYU asked the Council for Christian Colleges and Universities (CCCU) to host their annual conference. Participants came from Christian colleges and universities to collaborate and discuss ways the maintenance of their rights as private schools. The conference was hosted by Steve Sandberg, Deputy General Counsel, and included participation by University President Kevin J. Worthen.


We have several alumni who use our services for their professional conferences. The following are some examples.

Academy of LDS Dentists

Three programs run concurrently—for clinicians, spouses, and youth. 2016 was their largest conference ever—they’ve outgrown the space available in 2258/2260 of the BYU Conference Center for their clinician program; we desperately need to move the Spouse Program to the Bean Museum in 2017. The 2017 conference is their 40th year and they anticipate record crowds! They appreciate and value their four decade relationship with BYU as host of the conference.

Grant Taggart Symposium

This event consists of outstanding presentations and focus sessions designed to expand the capabilities of both new and seasoned insurance and financial services advisors. It is the largest gathering of financial advisors in the Intermountain West and provides continuing education credits to industry professionals.

Non-profit Associations

The following are some examples.

Autism Translational Research Workshop