Utah Construction/Utah International Symposium October 9-10, 2002 Weber State University
OCTOBER 9 WEDNESDAY
ALLRED THEATER, VAL A. BROWNING CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS
Ann Millner, WSU President
CONVERSATION WITH THE AUTHORS
WSU's Gene Sessions, professor of history, and Sterling Sessions, former business school dean and professor emeritus, discuss their new book, Utah International: A Biography of a Business.
Moderated by Richard W. Sadler, dean, WSU College of Social & Behavioral Sciences
SPECIAL COLLECTIONS, WSU STEWART LIBRARY
RECEPTION AND PHOTOGRAPHIC EXHIBITS
""Mining in the West""
""Building the Bingham and Garfield line""
- courtesy of Kennecott & Ogden Union Station (Both exhibits on display through fall semester.)
OCTOBER 10 THURSDAY 10 A.M.
SPECIAL COLLECTIONS, WSU STEWART LIBRARY WELCOME
Ann Millner, WSU President LECTURE
""Amazing Advocate: Senator Reed Smoot's Role in Establishing National Parks""
Thomas G. Alexander
Lemuel Hardison Redd Jr. Professor of Western American History, Brigham Young University
SUMMER 2002 RESEARCH FELLOWSHIP RECIPIENTS Funded by the William H. and Mattie Wattis Harris Foundation
Lori Aston • David Bingham • Timothy Eck Sydney Lott • Scott Lee
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