Are you looking for an event with fantastic presentations on a variety of genealogical subjects all in one spot? UGA’s 50th Summit of Excellence is coming up in just a couple of more weeks, and you don’t want to miss out!
The Summit of Excellence is the Utah Genealogical Association’s annual virtual conference that provides premier genealogical education.
Register for UGA’s 50th Summit of Excellence and come learn about “Finding Descendants in Your Family Tree” with me, under their methodology track, along with so many other fantastic, useful and interesting topics!
Distinguished genealogical speakers will be giving presentations on a wide range of topics given over a four-day event, from September 15-18, 2021.
On Wednesday, September 15th, they will have a "Getting Started Day". This day is FREE and will be on beginning genealogy; it will include such topics as introduction to record types, beginning research methods, tools for online research, and more.
Thursday, September 16th will include methodology, general records, and regional/ethnic specialties.
On Friday, September 17th, there will be presentations on DNA, legal records, regional/ethnic specialties, and professional topics.
Saturday, September 18th, topics will include technology, military records, and regional/ethnic specialties.
The best thing about a virtual conference is that you can still attend sessions that you’ve missed, and you will have access to the digital recordings of the sessions for several months after!
You won’t want to miss out, and still have time to register!
View the schedule here to see all the premier genealogical presentations being offered this year!: Summit of Excellence 2021 Conference Schedule
View the list of ALL the presentations being offered during the four-day event here!: Summit of Excellence 2021 Presentations
View the list of renowned speakers and read their bios here!: Summit of Excellence 2021 Presenters
Register here!: Summit of Excellence 2021 Registration
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