College of Agriculture and Life Sciences. “Continuing A Steady, Upward Course…” Fall Conference Meeting August 30, 2006. Welcome to a new semester at BYUI in the CALS!. Increase the quality of education. New Math! Serve more students Online Courses ! Lower the costs.
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College of Agriculture and Life Sciences
“Continuing A Steady, Upward Course…”
Fall Conference Meeting
August 30, 2006
1) Exemplify the highest L.D.S. standards by:
“Integrity is the quality or condition of being whole, complete, unbroken, and undivided.”
2) Are truly professional in all their work by:
3) Fully support BYU-Idaho by:
Where do we fit?
What innovative thinking can we do to fit?
Will you be part of the foundation?
“The image of the Church will improve in direct proportion to the degree to which we mirror the Master in our lives. No media effort can do as much good, over the sweep of time, as can believing, behaving and serving members of the Church.”
(President Gordon B. Hinckley)
Video PresentationThe Goal
Characteristic of the Master Teacher
They the Builders of the Nation
They, the builders of the nation,
Blazing trails along the way;
Stepping stones for generations
Were their deeds of every day.
Building new and firm foundations,
Pushing on the wild frontier,
Forging onward, every onward,
Blessed, honored Pioneer!
As an ensign to the nation,
They unfurled the flag of truth,
Pillar, guide, and inspiration
To the hosts of waiting youth.
Honor, praise, and veneration
To the founders we revere!
List our song of adoration,
Blessed, honored, Pioneer!
The Tower of Refuge
“The God of my rock, in him will I trust: he is my sheild, and the horn of my salvation, my high tower, and my refuge, my saviour, thou savest me from violence.” (2 Samual 22:3)