BYU Alumni Chapters offer services and activities to keep alumni active in the life of the university today and to connect you with your wealth of experiences from your time at BYU. There are Regional Chapters (based on where you live), College Chapters (aligned with your degree, college, or department at BYU) and Professional Chapters (associated with a group, industry, society or affiliation of grads). All Chapters have one purpose - to be True Blue.
They connect alumni with students (mentoring, internships, employment opportunities, replenishment grants).
They connect alumni with each other (networking, career and professional development, social activites).
They enlarge the Spirit of the Y (community recognition, service projects, newsletters).
You can donate to our chapter at https://give.byu.edu/lanorth
January 29, 2023
This year, Latter-day Saints will be studying the New Testament in Sunday school. Join Matthew Bowman, Howard W. Hunter Chair of Mormon Studies at Claremont Graduate University for a wide-ranging conversation about the various writings that make up the New Testament with Eric Huntsman, who holds a PhD in ancient history from the University of Pennsylvania and serves as a professor of ancient scripture at Brigham Young University. Matthew and Eric will talk about how the differences among the four gospels can illuminate the life of Jesus, what the apostle Paul was getting at in his letters, and what on earth is going on in the Book of Revelation, among other topics. Eric Huntsman was born in Albuquerque, New Mexico. He received B.A. in Classical Greek and Latin from Brigham Young University and a PhD in ancient history from the University of Pennsylvania in 1997. In 1997, he became an assistant professor of Classics and Ancient History at BYU and transferred to the College of Religious Education in 2003. He is the author of a number of books on the New Testament for Latter-day Saints, including God So Loved the World: The Final Days of the Savior¿s Life and Becoming the Beloved Disciple: Coming unto Christ through the Gospel of John, both published by Deseret Book. He currently serves as the academic director of the BYU Jerusalem Center. You can follow his experiences in Israel via Instagram at eric_huntsman. Join on Zoom using ID: 811 7322 7436 (no passcode required) https://cgu.zoom.us/j/81173227436 Join early... We can accommodate only 500 guests!
February 9, 2023
Secretary: Christene Corless
Treasurer: Chris Hart
Replenishment Grant Rep: Tom Corless
New Student Send-off: Lisa Marriott, Melissa Walch
Special Events: Kendall Hales
Fireside Committee: Christie Frandsen
Special Events: Brent Ballard
Management Society Rep: Chase Parry
Law Society Rep: David Blood
Special Events: Heyward Kjelstrom