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Utah Women in Higher Education to meet in April

The Utah Women in Higher Education Network (UWHEN) will host a conference April 6 in Salt Lake City that will focus on “Mapping, Managing, and Moving your Career.”

Speakers will include President Matthew Holland of Utah Valley University, President F. Ann Millner of Weber State University, and Christine Kearl, education director for Gov. Gary R. Herbert.

A panel on contributing inside and outside higher education, moderated by Susan Madsen, will include Cece Foxley, former Utah commissioner of higher education, and Ronda Menlove, a Utah representative and senior vice provost at Utah State University.

The conference will convene at 8:30 a.m. on April 6 on the Salt Lake Community College-Larry H. Miller Campus.

For more information and registration, call 801-863-8894 or go to the organization’s website: uwhen.org.

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