Welcome to the September edition of our eNewsletter. With school back in session and our students successfully engaged in their new classes, we have directed our efforts toward an exciting new project that will benefit an important subsection of our college family — you.
A few months ago, I used this space to tell you about our new college website and the many new tools it offers us to better communicate with our students, alumni and friends in the online realm. So far we have been very pleased with the effectiveness of the new site in both opening and maintaining a continuous dialogue between all of us here in Provo and our many friends around the world — but we want to take this digital progression one step further.
That’s why I am excited to announce a new portion of our website dedicated exclusively to our college alumni and friends. This interactive portal, which you can visit at
cpms-alumni.byu.edu, will help further our goal of forging tighter bonds and promoting greater communication within the CPMS community, regardless of the distances that may currently separate us.
By signing up with the Alumni & Friends section of our college website, you will be able to build a personal profile and connect with other members of the BYU family through a variety of innovative tools.
You will also be able to interact with and receive updates from various alumni organizations and clubs, as well as your respective departments.
Furthermore, we will begin distributing college and department information (including this eNewsletter) via the new alumni portal, and members will be able manage all of their subscriptions and select the updates they would like to receive in order to stay current on the latest news and events.
These exciting additions will help you use our website more effectively to interact with one another and with the college as we strive to keep you apprised of the exciting things happening here at CPMS.
I encourage you to register, create your profile and check out the many innovative features now available. Look for a follow up email from the CPMS Alumni Community containing your personal Activation ID, which will be used during the registration process.
As always, thank you for your continued support. We look forward to keeping in touch in new and exciting ways.
CHEMISTRY AND BIOCHEMISTRY
Farnsworth Encourages Spiritual Standards
Professor Wins Utah Award in Chemistry
Professor Uses Mathematical Models to Study Cancer
Statistics Increase Volleyball Victory
CVLC Takes a Trip to Hawaii
CPMS Professors Receive Awards
Giving to the College
CPMS on Facebook
CPMS on Twitter
Hands On in Dinosaur Land