Campus Address: 102 MSRB
Hours: Monday-Friday, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Phone: (801) 422-5497
Mechanical Engineering Professor Spencer Magleby is an Associate Dean of Undergraduate Education and oversees the University Honors Program. He came to BYU in 1989 after 6 years in the military aircraft industry developing tools for advanced aircraft design and manufacture, concurrent engineering methods, and interdisciplinary design teams. At BYU he has pursued research in design of products that use new mechanism technologies, design tools and processes that bridge engineering and business, and engineering team formation and management. He has helped oversee more than 200 student design projects through his involvement with the Capstone and Interdisciplinary Product Development programs, making him an excellent choice to prepare our Honors students for the demands of the 21st century. Professor Magleby also has supervisory responsibility National Scholarships and Prestigious Fellowships, and the Cambridge Pembroke-King's Programme.
Julie oversees all Honors program curriculum, operations, budgets, scholarships, and communications. She is the liaison for teaching assistants, Alcuin Fellows, Honors Coordinators and faculty. She coordinates a variety of special events, seminars, and projects, including Late Summer Honors (LSH) and assessment. Julie is responsible for the Great Questions Essay Requirement and teaches the Great Questions essay tutorial course (HONRS 320).
Vika manages all aspects of student advisement for the Honors Program. She supervises the student-to-student advising and works directly with students through the steps they take to produce their Honors theses. She advises Honors Student Advisory Council (HSAC) and teaches the leadership class (HONRS 391R) that HSAC leaders take during their service. She also oversees the Experiential Learning Requirement.
Thalia advises students in the College of Fine Arts & Communications and Humanities.
Jenalyn advises students in the College of Engineering and Technology and Physical and Mathematical Sciences.
Amber advises students in the School of Education, Center for International Studies, and College of Life Sciences.
Paige advises students in the College of Family, Home, and Social Sciences and Marriott School of Management.
We are excited to talk with you. If you have any general questions, would like to talk about program requirements, plan out your schedule, or just talk then we are here for you! Honors student advisors are located in the Honors Advisement Center in 102 MSRB. They can be contacted by phone at (801) 422-5497, by email at firstname.lastname@example.org, or in person from 8–5 M–F (except during devotional hour). You can make an appointment or you can just stop by. Everyone is welcome!