Faculty, students needed in Nauvoo

Volunteers are needed at BYU Semester at Nauvoo to serve as faculty members, especially in the fields of U.S. history and English, preferably in American literature, said Larry E. Dahl, director.

There is also room for more students to join the BYU Semester at Nauvoo. Although the program is sponsored by BYU, students and volunteers from other colleges and universities, and the Church Educational System, are warmly welcomed. To be accepted, students must have a high school graduation (and preferably at least one semester of college), a 2.5 GPA, ecclesiastical endorsement and be committed to complete the academic expectations of the program. Applications for winter semester will be accepted through December.

The BYU Semester at Nauvoo faculty now includes two missionary couples, Dr. Milton V. and Sharon Backman, and Dr. Kenneth W. and Audrey M. Godfrey. Other volunteer faculty members include Paul C. Toone and his wife, Janene; Ted J. and Doris S. Warner; John B. Harris and his wife, Sonia; and Keith W. Perkins and his wife, Vella.

For more information, please contact Debbie Bennion, at BYU Travel Studies, 801-378-2048, or Larry E. Dahl, director, BYU Semester at Nauvoo, P.O. Box 215, Nauvoo, Il 62354, or call at 217-453-2860, ext. 400, or 217-453-2853.