Ryan Anderson | University Relations | 18 July 2008
After nine months of service and many gifts given to BYU-Hawaii, Stephen and Bette Gibson have returned to their home in Provo, Utah and positions at the BYU campus there. During their short time here, the Gibsons served as volunteers, instructors, mentors and, as always, entrepreneurs.
During their two semesters at BYUH, Brother Gibson, with the help of Sister Gibson, taught Business 383, entrepreneurship for non-business majors, while Sister Gibson, with the help of Brother Gibson, taught a Book of Mormon class in the Religion Department. Brother Gibson was also the Entrepreneur in Residence for the Willes Center for International Entrepreneurship (CIE), helping implement various programs in the School of Business and mentor a number of students for the Business Plan Competition as well as other various business ventures undertaken by BYUH students.