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Boise State women are helping lead the way in the classroom, the research lab, and in administration, and in the process they are playing a pivotal role in shaping the culture and goals of a university that is on the move in the 21st century. In this issue of FOCUS, we profile some of BSU’s outstanding women, who include, from left, Stacy Pearson, vice president of finance and administration; Cheryl Schrader, engineering dean; Sona Andrews, provost; and Diane Boothe, education dean. Cover photo by Carrie Quinney.

Record Group Number

UP 4.12

Publication Date

Spring 2006


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