This Thursday at noon please join the BYU Management Society and J. Reuben Clark Law Society for a special luncheon – In Search of Nephi’s Bountiful. Scott Gubler will be sharing his experiences and findings from archeological campaigns at Khor Kharfot, Oman and how they compare to Nephi’s writings in the Book of Mormon.
About this event
Please join us for our next BYU Management Society/BYU J. Reuben Clark Law Society luncheon on Thursday, February 15th at noon at the Marriott Courtyard. Our speaker will be Scott Gubler, J.D., President, CEO, and Founder of Deseret Laboratories Incorporated.
About Our Speaker:
Scott A. Gubler, President, CEO and Founder of Deseret Laboratories Incorporated. Received Associate of Science Degree from Dixie College. Graduated from Brigham Young University with a Bachelor’s in Business Administration. Received a Juris Doctorate from J. Rueben Clark Law School in 1980. One of the Founding Directors for BYU Management group here in St. George. Past President and board member for the Zion’s National Parks, advisory council (Zion Forever Project). Served on Dixie State University National Advisory Council, and is a member of the President’s Volunteer Leadership Council for the College of Physical and Mathematical Sciences at Brigham Young University.
Principal organizer along with Mark Gubler, of Archeological Research campaigns in Oman and Assistant Director, Archeological Research Institute Logistics, Research Development, Supervision, and training of dig site teams during campaigns at Khor Kharfot, Oman
Both Scott and Mark Gubler are working directly with UT Tech University to establish an archaeology program.
The BYU Management Society and the BYU J. Reuben Clark Law Society are global Societies supported by Brigham Young University. We welcome all who would be interested in attending the luncheons whether a BYU graduate or not. There is no annual membership fee to attend the lunches.