Girls have more educational and career opportunities than ever before, but that reality often becomes muddied by friends, communities and pop culture during the teenage years. On Thursday, Jennifer explores why Utah is dead last when it comes to women graduating from college and how to encourage young women in school and work.
- Irene Ota, Diversity Coordinator and Diversity Instructor for the College of Social Work at the University of Utah
- Barbara Kessel, PhD student in the department of Education, Culture & Society at the University of Utah
Occupy SLC set up camp in Pioneer Park last week. Who are the “99 Percent,” what do they want and how can they get it?
- William Rutledge
- Tara Marie Robbins
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