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Taught by Daris Howard
|Friday, August 2||11 a.m.||Taylor 276|
Daris Howard received his associate’s degree from Ricks College in 1984, his Bachelor of Science in Mathematics from BYU 1986, and his Master of Science in Mathematics from Utah State University 1988.
Brother Howard went to Peru with a team of faculty, each researching specific fields in order to share knowledge while on their trip. Daris' key area of research involved the archeology work of Thor Heyerdahl and some related writings of Hugh Nibley. The work of these men, along with others, are the basis for his presentation.
Brother Howard is the father of ten children, with eight girls and two boys. He also has five grandchildren.
Brother Howard is a nationally, weekly syndicated columnist of short stories. He is the author of ten published books, ten plays and two musicals. He has also won many writing awards.