Founded in 2007 at Brigham Young University, BYUAML is the student chapter of the Association for Mormon Letters (AML) and is dedicated to spreading awareness of Mormon letters on campus, engaging students in critical discussion, and providing a forum for students to develop their own work.
For more information, visit the AML website.
The English Society will create a venue for extracurricular social interaction and meaningful camaraderie for those individuals studying English at BYU. It also aims to supplement formal BYU English Department course instruction with additional intellectual interactions between interested students and faculty, helping all students to be more successful in their academic pursuits. Finally, the English Society desires to foster English-related service and educational activities that promote Christ-centered living for those studying English at BYU and for the community at large.
For more information, visit the English Society webpage.
The Future Scholars Program is a one-credit-hour course designed to help ambitious students of high aptitude prepare their applications for graduate school, especially for PhD programs in English. Admission to the course is by application only, and the size of the class ranges anywhere from 8-15 students. Applications are accepted in October; the course is held during winter semester only. For further information, contact Professor Matt Wickman (firstname.lastname@example.org).