Why Not Me?

Robbyn  Scribner works within the areas of development and grant writing for the Utah Women in Leadership Project at Utah Valley University. She holds a Master’s degree in English with an emphasis in composition and rhetoric from Brigham Young University, and a Bachelor’s degree (also from BYU) in European Studies. Robbyn specializes in promoting excellence in writing; she has […]

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Heeding The Call of Law School

I have heard many law students describe their decision to come to law school as a “calling,” and because when you choose to follow a path you also choose its destination, a “calling” to the law as well. Students’ stories of this “call” illustrate a spiritual impetus that moved them here with a hunger to acquire […]

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Educated Woman of the Week, Volha Liudvikouskaya

Volha Liudvikouskaya Business Woman, Business Student Senior at Utah Valley University Briefly tell us about your academic/professional life: I am majoring in Business Management with an emphasis in International Business and with a minor in Digital Media Product Management and Russian studies. In addition to regular course work, I am a member of Phi Theta […]

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Educated Woman of the Week- Margaret Tarampi

Associate Instructor, Research Associate Ph.D. in Cognitive Psychology, University of Utah About: Margaret R. Tarampi, Ph.D. Assoc. AIA is a Research Associate in the Center for Spatial Studies at University of California Santa Barbara and a postdoctoral researcher working with Mary Hegarty in the UCSB Department of Psychological & Brain Sciences. Margaret is also an […]

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Educated Woman of the Week- Mica McGriggs

A PhD Candidate Counseling Psychology at BYU, her academic research is primarily in the area of multicultural competence in Psychotherapy. Her social justice interests are broadly defined, but can expressed through the term intersectional feminism. Mica enjoys community activism and is involved with several non-profits. She contributes to several blogs including The Huffington Post. She […]

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Educated Woman of the Week- Eve Patterson (Miller)

Eve Patterson (Miller) Director of Research, Franklin Covey Bio: Eve Miller is the director of research for FranklinCovey Education and an adjunct instructor at the University of Utah. Eve has a PhD. in cognitive neuroscience from the University of Utah and did most of her academic research on the environmental factors that play a role […]

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Educated Woman of the Week- Naomi Watkins

Where are you going to school and what do you study? B.A. in English Education at Brigham Young University, M.Ed. in Language and Literacy at Arizona State University, Ph.D. in Teaching & Learning: Literacy at University of Utah Tell us about your school/work life: I’m an educational leader, women’s advocate, and community builder. After graduating from […]

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Educated Woman of the Week- Becky Flinders

Becky Flinders Director of Healthcare Programs, Interdisciplinary Studies Major Where are you going to school and what do you study? Utah State University, Interdisciplinary Studies Tell us about your school/work life: I have worked at Mountainland Applied Technology College in Utah County for almost 12 years. Throughout my time there I have worked in a variety […]

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Educated Woman of the Week- Timi Joy Jorgensen

Timi Joy Jorgensen Financial Planner, Student Where did you go to school and what did you study? Utah Valley University & (soon to be) University of Georgia Personal Financial Planning Tell us about your school/work life: I have always loved school. I was a quintessential teachers pet as a kid, got good grades, always did […]

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Educated Woman of the Week- Heather Buzbee

Heather Buzbee Pediatric Nurse, Grad Student Where did you go to school and what did you study? BYU, University of Colorado-Anschutz Nursing, Pediatric Nursing Practice Tell us about your school/work life: I am studying to be a pediatric nurse practitioner. Besides the fact that working with kids can be great fun, I believe that if […]

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