David M. Kennedy Center for International Studies, BYU
Education, the Church, and Globalization
Proceedings of the International Society 12th Annual Conference, 19-20 August 2001. Provo, Utah
David M. Kennedy Center for International Studies, Brigham Young University
Contemporary challenges and achievements in education in the international church. The articles are not listed separately in this bibligraphy, for they are very contemporary in nature, but they are nevertheless of interest to historians. They include the following: 'The Globalization of the Church Educational System,' by Elder Joe J. Christensen; 'Education, the Church, and Globalization,' by Elder John K. Carmack; 'CES Education and Provident Living in an Expanding Church,' by Bryan Weston; 'International Study Programs: Where Have We Been, Where Are We Going, and How Will We Get There?' by Rodney Boynton; 'The World is Our Campus,' by Wayne Lott; 'BYU-Hawaii: Its Unique Contributions to the Internationalization of the Church,' by Arapata Meha; 'The Tumultous 21st Century: Turbulence and Uncertainty,' by Elder Alexander B. Morrison; 'How Employment Resource Services Assists with Education,' by A. Terry Oakes; 'The Humanitarian Effort of the Church Continues to Reach Out,' by Garry R. Flake; 'International Missionary Training Centers,' by Richard I. Heaton; 'Private Education Initiatives by Latter-day Saints,' by E. Vance Randall and Chris Wilson; 'Church Literacy Effort--Role of the Relief Society,' by Mary Ellen Smoot; 'Church Literacy Effort--Role of the Relief Society,' by Elaine Harris; 'What Does it All Mean? Challenges of the Present and Prospects for the Future,' by Robert S. Patterson.