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What will our world look like post-COVID-19? Rabbi Jonathan Sacks will address this and other questions as he discusses his latest book, Morality: Restoring the Common Good in Divided Times. Rabbi Sacks was the Chief Rabbi of the United Kingdom from 1991 to 2013 and is author of over thirty books. He was knighted by Her Majesty The Queen in 2005 and took his seat in the House of Lords in 2009.
Resources to help faculty transition to an online teaching style
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As an adjunct faculty member, you represent a powerful, skilled scholarly resource at Brigham Young University. Collectively, adjunct faculty members teach approximately 150 courses per academic year to our students. We encourage you to collaborate with your department chair and other faculty who have taught the class you are assigned.

On behalf of the university, thank you for your outstanding efforts and dedication to the education of our students. Whether this is your first semester as an adjunct faculty or you have served with us for many years, we hope that you will enjoy your experience!


Brad L. Neiger, Associate Academic VP - Faculty Relations

The Adjunct Faculty Excellence Award recognizes the contributions of adjunct faculty who have demonstrated excellence in teaching or in other professional responsibilities in service to the university and to students over a period of at least five years. It intends to acknowledge the important role adjunct faculty and other professionals play in the life of the university and in its ability to achieve the aims of a BYU education in the lives of students. The recipient receives a cash award of $2,000 and is recognized at the annual university conference in August of every year.