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See what we see at this outdoor educational exhibition presented by Doctors Without Borders to raise public awareness about the experience of the world’s more than 65 million refugees and internally displaced people. With an experienced aid worker as your guide, learn about the many challenges people on the move encounter and the work Doctors Without Borders does to address their basic medical needs in a host of settings. Learn more . . .

Explore Internships

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Explore Internships

Are you curious about internships? Explore the opportunities available with the Washington Seminar and the Utah State Legislature internships.

Information Meetings

THU | 14 SEP, 11–NOON, 238
FRI | 15 SEP, NOON–1, 238 HRCB

All majors welcome.

World of Law: “Law and National Security”

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World of Law: “Law and National Security”

WED | 13 SEP, 303 JRCB, 4–5, pizza will be served

The World of Law series allows undergraduates to hear BYU law professors present monthly on a variety of law-related topics and to meet the dean and director of BYU Law Admissions.

Eric Talbot Jensen teaches and writes in the areas of public international law, criminal law, the law and armed conflict, international criminal law, and national security law. Prior to Joining BYU in 2011, Jensen spent two years teaching at Fordham Law School in New York City and twenty years in the U.S. Army as both a cavalry and a JAG officer.

Via San Diablo Churros Facebook

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Via San Diablo Churros Facebook

Be a game changer (like this Greek yogurt granola parfait churro at Peak Ventures’ Hoops Classic at Silicon Slopes’ Summer Bash), get college credit AND treat yourself to all-you-can-eat churros all semester! Calling all BYU Students (please tell any BYU undergrads you know): San Diablo has several student on-campus internship teams in multiple disciplines available this Fall (deadline Sept 12).

Teams of 5 will work on these diverse projects:

Graphic, Interior/Experience and Product/Packaging Design Projects for Innovative Food Business

Corporate Social Responsibility: Develop strategic plan for Co-Impact Sourcing of Corn from Mexico

HR/Organizational Behavior Strategy and System for Training and Development

Industrial/Equipment Design and Operational Improvements Project + New Scalable Churro-Party-in-a-Box

Innovative Video Library Content Creation for Social Media and Marketing Use

PR and Media Relations Strategy and Execution (Local and National)

Social Media Strategy for Developing Cult Following through Influencers and Customer Experience

Business Expansion Analysis and Strategy Recommendations

Event Planning: Annual Charity Event “Churros4Change” and Grand Opening Launch Fiesta/Mexican Wedding

Interested? Just sign up for one of the internships under Business Management 494R Sections 1, 2, 3 for fall semester 2017:  http://oci.byu.edu (deadline 12 September).

More questions? Shoot us a DM or join us for complimentary churros and an on-campus orientation Wednesday, 6 September, at either 12–1 p.m. or 4–5 p.m. at the TNRB.

New Life Challenge on Maternal Health

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New Life Challenge on Maternal Health

Join the New Life Challenge and collaborate with a global community to design solutions that support the diverse challenges of all mothers, babies, and those who care for them. We want to build innovative solutions that support access to fair and quality healthcare for all mothers and babies, especially those disadvantaged due to livelihood, socioeconomic status or chronic disease.

“How might we reimagine the new life experience by addressing the diverse challenges of all mothers, babies, and those who care for them?”

Now through 24 September we’ll begin accepting ideas that answer the Challenge question above. #NewLife http://ideo.to/Mc8X0j

This open innovation challenge enables people worldwide to use IDEO’s design thinking methodology to collaboratively develop, share, and refine solutions. Then, after a period of feedback and refinement for a shortlisted set of those ideas, our challenge partners, Sutter Health and UCB, will select and support a number of Top Ideas via $1–5k micro-grants and in person advising/design support alongside the innovation teams at both partnering organizations. Submissions can range from the seed of an innovation from an individual, to established ideas that providers or nonprofits are already testing in the field. All are welcome!

Whether a mother yourself, part of a new family, a healthcare provider, academic or community member, lack of quality health care and support for new, future, or expecting mothers is a global problem that influences all of us. If joining this challenge is of interest to you:

  1. Read the Challenge Brief and sign up to receive e-mail notifications about the challenge.
  2. Submit your idea.