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CPMS Assistant Dean to Address BYU Students

CPMS Assistant Dean to Address BYU Students

The College of Physical and Mathematical Sciences (CPMS) is pleased to announce that Dan Johnson will address the university on Tuesday, June 2 at 11:05 a.m in the Joseph Smith Building auditorium.

Johnson, an assistant dean at CPMS, will address students in BYU’s weekly forum, imparting the wisdom and knowledge gained from his lengthy academic and professional careers.

After spending 18 years in industry and working in various positions for several companies, Johnson joined BYU’s Computer Science department in 1983.

A Provo native, he has served in several roles in the community, including the planning committee and the board of adjustment. He currently serves as chair of the Provo Metropolitan Water Board.

Johnson has also held numerous Church callings, including bishop, high counselor, Sunday School teacher, stake missionary, and branch president at the Provo Missionary Training Center. He currently serves as his ward’s Sunday School president, as well as an ordinance worker in the Provo Temple.

Johnson received a bachelor’s degree in human resource development from BYU. He is married to Linda Payne, and they are the parents of six children and have 15 grandchildren.

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